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DYNASTY OF DRACULA (1980) starring '50s pop singer Fabian
DYNASTY OF DRACULA (1980) starring \'50s pop singer Fabian

American '50s Pop Singer Fabian Stars As Dracula
in this Legendary Mexican Horror Flick

director: Alfredo B. Crevenna
starring: Fabian Silvia Manriquez Magda Guzman Ruben Rojo Roberto Nelson Erika Carlsson

Pop star Fabian (Forte) enjoyed numerous Top Ten hits in the early '60s, including TIGER, HOUND DOG MAN and (his biggest) TURN ME LOOSE before parlaying his success into an acting career. Throughout the sixties and early seventies, Fabian starred in numerous films (NORTH TO ALASKA, LONGEST DAY and a variety of Beach and Biker movies) before running out of steam. He attempted - unsuccessfully - to kickstart his career by appearing nude in a '73 issue of PLAYGIRL magazine. In 1980, Mexican director Alfredo Crevenna persuaded him to take the role of Dracula for this south-of-the-border horror production.

Lord Duke Orloff, a Satanist and vampire, is sentenced to death by the Holy Inquisition in 1595. Orloff's female disciple, makes a pact with Satan to reunite them in three centuries. Now, three hundred years later, wealthy Madame Kostoff arrives in Mexico with with her belongings (which include a mysterious coffin). She rents a large mansion in the countryside where she and Dracula (yes, from the forementioned coffin) set about their objective of resurrecting Duke Orloff.

A Mexian film; fullscreen format, totally uncut version (88 min.), in Spanish language with optional English subtitles, DVD encoded for ALL REGION NTSC WORLD FORMAT, playable on any American machine. Extras include trailers.

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