Fille de Dracula, La

France 1972

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A Filha de Dracula / Daughter of Dracula / Dracula's Daughter / La Hija de Drácula / De Vloek van Dracula
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Directed by Jesus Franco

A young woman visits her gravely ill grandmother at the family estate. On her death bed, the old woman reveals to her granddaughter the family curse: they're all vampires. The young woman decides to move into the estate with her uncle and her cousin, and soon finds herself falling victim to the curse

a.k.a. A Filha de Dracula / Daughter of Dracula / Dracula's Daughter / La Hija de Drácula / De Vloek van Dracula

Britt Nichols as Luisa Karlstein
Anne Libert as Karine
Alberto Dalbés as Inspector Ptuschko
Howard Vernon as Count Karlstein (Dracula)
Daniel White as Count Max Karlstein
Jesus Franco as Cyril Jefferson
Luis Barboo
Fernando Bilbao as Charlie, the reporter
Carmen Carbonell as Baroness Karlstein
Lina Romay
Yelena Samarina as Ana Kramer

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The Bat in NatureIndigenous to Central and South America, vampire bats live in a very strong social culture. The develop bonds with other bats in the colony, and learn to recognize each other through sound and scent. Vampire bats tend to live in caves, trees, or buildings. Their colonies can reach numbers of up to 2000 bats, but most colonies tend to house approximately 100 bats.
Blood has been a symbol of life since very ancient times. The blood in our veins has always been iconic of our continuing life. To lose too much blood is to lose consciousness, breath, and eventually, our very lives. If a person or animal is already dead and is cut open, blood does not flow. Only the living have blood that flows. Blood has been used throughout the ages as a ceremonial sacrifice.

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