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Kiss of the Vampire


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The feature film starring
Clifford Evans , Noel Willman
Edward de Souza, Jennifer Daniel 1910. When their car runs out of petrol in a Bavarian forest, honeymooners Gerald and Marianne Harcourt repair to the local inn. There they receive an invitation to dinner from Dr Ravna, the owner of a nearby castle. But all is not as it seems within the castle walls in this stylish Hammer variation on the Dracula tale.
Screenplay by John ELDER Produced by ANTHONY HINDS
DirectorDON SHARP . Films: page 10


Unknown: Clifford Evans
Unknown: Noel Willman
Unknown: Jennifer Daniel
Unknown: Marianne Harcourt
Play By: John Elder
Produced By: Anthony Hinds
Director: Don Sharp
Professor Zimmer: Clifford Evans
Ravna: Noel Willman
Gerald Harcourt: Edward de Souza
Marianne: Jennifer Daniel
Carl: Barry Warren
Sabena: Jacquie Wallis
Tania: Isobel Black

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