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Countess Dracula (31-Jan-1971)

Director: Peter Sasdy

Writers: Gabriel Ronay; Peter Sasdy; Alexander Paal; Jeremy Paul

Based on a book: The Bloody Countess by Valentine Penrose

Music Composed by: Harry Robinson

Producer: Alexander Paal

Keywords: Horror, Vampire

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Lesley-Anne Down
17-Mar-1954   The Bold and the Beautiful
Nigel Green
15-Oct-1924 15-May-1972 The Ipcress File
Ingrid Pitt
21-Nov-1937 23-Nov-2010 Countess Dracula


Ingrid Pitt   ...   Countess Elisabeth
Nigel Green   ...   Capt. Dobi
Sandor Elès   ...   Imre Toth
Also Starring
Maurice Denham   ...   Master Fabio
Lesley-Anne Down   ...   Ilona
Patience Collier   ...   Julie
Peter Jeffrey   ...   Capt. Balogh
Leon Lissek   ...   Sergeant of Bailiffs
Jessie Evans   ...   Rosa
Andrea Lawrence   ...   Ziza
Susan Brodrick   ...   Teri
Ian Trigger   ...   Clown
Nike Arrighi   ...   Gypsy Girl
Peter May   ...   Janco
John Moore   ...   Priest
Joan Haythorne   ...   Second Cook
Marianne Stone   ...   Kitchen Maid
Charles Farrell   ...   The Seller
Sally Adcock   ...   Bertha
Anne Stallybrass   ...   Pregnant Woman
Paddy Ryan   ...   Man
Michael Cadman   ...   Young Man
Hulya Babus   ...   Belly Dancer
Lesley Anderson   ...   Gypsy Dancer
Biddy Hearne   ...   Gypsy Dancer
Diana Sawday   ...   Gypsy Dancer
Andrew Burleigh   ...   1st Boy
Gary Rich   ...   2nd Boy
Albert Wilkinson   ...   Circus Midget
Ismed Hassan   ...   Circus Midget


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