Count Yorga, Vampire

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Time Out says

This low-budget modern-day vampire movie is primitive but not unimaginative. Robert Quarry is the Count, a new arrival in California who knows a superstitious state when he sees it. He soon enlists a series of genuinely disgusting vampire brides (one of them tucks into her pet cat), despite the efforts of their mortal husbands. The flip humour and gruesome effects have lost the novelty value that appealed to cult audiences in 1970, but Yorga remains an intriguing off-shoot to the vampire family tree.
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Release details

UK release:

1970

Duration:

90 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Bob Kelljan

Cast:

Judith Lang, Donna Anders, Michael Macready, Michael Murphy, Roger Perry, Robert Quarry, Edward Walsh

Music:

William Marx

Art Director:

Bob Wilder

Editor:

Tony De Zarraga

Cinematography:

Arch Archambault

Screenwriter:

Bob Kelljan

Producer:

Michael Macready

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