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341 JONATHAN (1969) Hitler-Inspired Vampire Tale
341 JONATHAN (1969) Hitler-Inspired Vampire Tale

A 'Hitler' Vampire Wrecks Havoc in a remote German Village

Original German title: JONATHAN: VAMPIREN STERBEN NICHT [Jonathan: The Vampire Won't Die]

director: Hans W Geissendoerfer
starring: Juergen Jung Paul Albert Krumm Hertha von Walter Oscar von Schab Eleonore Schminke

Promoted as an anti-fascist vampire movie, this is a free adaptation of Bram Stoker's novel with neo-nazi overtones. The Count (played by Paul Albert Krumm) is a Hitler lookalike - sans the mustache - who terrorizes a peasant village on the North Sea coast. He and his troupe of blackshirted bloodsuckers have taken control of the area but meet resistance when a local student, Jonathan, organizes an uprising.

This was the debut project for Hans Geissendoerfer. It's controversy proved too much for him and he soon drifted to television work. In the early '80s, he founded his own TV production company for the sole purpose of developing the first German soap opera. It was called Lindenstrobe, premiering in 1985. Now, after 900+ episodes, it is still going strong.

A German film with English subtitles; fullscreen format (4:3), fully uncut (97 minutes), DVD encoded for ALL REGION NTSC WORLD FORMAT. Extras include trailers.

Violence/Sexual Themes/Nudity/Bondage
for Mature Audiences

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