Cav. Costante Nicosia demoniaco, ovvero: Dracula in Brianza, Il

Italy 1975

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Dracula in the Provinces / O Drakoulas dagonei ponira / O Drakoulas dagonei... sta malaka / Erotiaris vrykolakas / The Demonic Womanizer Costante Nicosia, or: Dracula in Brianza / Young Dracula
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Directed by Lucio Fulci

A boorish, snobish toothpaste factory owner, Constantino Nicosia, gives his wife and everyone a hard time, having let success and wealth go to his head. But after the superstitious Nicosia has an encounter with an elderly gypsy aunt, and a business trip to Romania results in an encounter with a suave vampire, Nicosia returns home with blood-sucking like qualities, which makes him re-examine his life and existence.

a.k.a. Dracula in the Provinces / O Drakoulas dagonei ponira / O Drakoulas dagonei... sta malaka / Erotiaris vrykolakas / The Demonic Womanizer Costante Nicosia, or: Dracula in Brianza / Young Dracula


Cast:
Lando Buzzanca as Costante Nicosia
Rossano Brazzi as Dr. Paluzzi
Sylva Koscina as Mariu Nicosia
Moira Orfei as Bestia Assatanata
Christa Linder as Liu
John Steiner as Count Dragulescu
Francesca Romana Coluzzi as Wanda Torsello

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