Andy Warhol's Dracula Movie Review 1974

Information and Film Reviews for Andy Warhol's Dracula the Movie

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Sex and camp humor, as well as a large dose of blood, highlight Warhol's treatment of the tale. As Dracula can only subsist on the blood of pure, untouched maidens ("were-gins"), gardener Dallesandro rises to the occasion in order to make as many women as he can ineligible for Drac's purposes. Very reminiscent of Warhol's "Frankenstein," but with a bit more spoofery. Look for Roman Polanski in a cameo peek as a pub patron. Available in R and unrated versions.

Distribution

Movies Unlimited, 3015 Darnell Rd., Philadelphia, PA 19154, Phone: (215)637-4444, Toll-free: 800-668-4344, Fax: (215)637-2350, Email: movies@moviesunlimited.com, URL: http://www.moviesunlimited.com

Available on VHS, DVD
Running time 106 minutes.
Originally from Italian, French.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Horror Comedy, Satire & Parody, Vampire Spoof, Sexcapades
Screenplay
Paul Morrissey
Cast
Udo Kier, Arno Juerging, Maxine McKendry, Joe Dallesandro, Vittorio De Sica, Milena Vukotic, Dominique Darel, Stefania Casini, Silvia Dionisio
Cinematography
Luigi Kuveiller
Director
Paul Morrissey, Anthony M. Dawson
Music
Claudio Gizzi
Other
Roman Polanski
Producer
Bryanston Pictures

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