Countess Dracula

UK 1971

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Countess Dracula
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Directed by Peter Sasdy

In medieval Europe aging Countess Elisabeth rules harshly with the help of lover Captain Dobi. Finding that washing in the blood of young girls makes her young again she gets Dobi to start abducting likely candidates. The Countess - pretending to be her own daughter - starts dallying with a younger man, much to Dobi's annoyance. The disappearances cause mounting terror locally, and when she finds out that only the blood of a virgin does the job, Dobi is sent out again with a more difficult task

a.k.a. Countess Dracula

Ingrid Pitt as Countess Elisabeth Nodosheen
Nigel Green as Capt. Dobi the Castle Steward
Sandor Elès as Lt. Imre Toth
Maurice Denham as Master Fabio, Castle Historian
Patience Collier as Julie Sentash the Nurse
Peter Jeffrey as Capt. Balogh, Chief Bailiff
Lesley-Anne Down as Ilona Nodosheen, Elisabeth's Daughter
Leon Lissek as Sergeant of Bailiffs
Jessie Evans as Rosa, Teri's Mother
Andrea Lawrence as Ziza, Shepherd's Inn Whore
Susan Brodrick as Teri the Countess Chambermaid
Ian Trigger as Clown at the Sheperd's Inn
Nike Arrighi as Fortune Telling Gypsy Girl
Peter May as Janco the Mute Gamekeeper
John Moore as Priest

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