|Directed by:||Paul Aratow|
|Written by:||Paul Aratow|
Samuel M. Sherman
|Produced by:||Edward H. Margolin|
|Edited by:||Michael Bockman|
David Webb Peoples
|Distributed by:||Rafael Film Associates|
Independent International Pictures; Image Entertainment
|Running time:||88 min.|
Doctor Dracula is an American independent film of the horror genre. It is loosely based on the character of Dracula as first seen in the 1891 novel Dracula by author Bram Stoker. The film was directed by Paul Aratow and Al Adamson and produced by Rafael Film Associates. It was distributed to limited theatrical release by Independent International Pictures. The movie premiered in March, 1978 and stars John Carradine as Hadley Radcliff, Donald Barry as Elliot, Larry Hankin as Wainwright, Geoffrey Land as Gregorio, Susie Ewing as Susan McIver and Regina Carrol as Valerie.
|John Carradine||Hadley Radcliffe|
|Donald Barry||Steven Elliot|
|Larry Hankin||John Wainwright|
|Geoffrey Land||Dracula / Anatole Gregorio|
|Susan McIver||Stephanie Elliot|
|Norman Pierce||Sir Steven|
|Susan Catherine||Party girl|
|Kathy Spencer||Party girl|
|Laurie Gross||Magician's assistant|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- Doctor Dracula was released to DVD as a double feature with Horror of the Blood Monsters (also directed by Al Adamson) on July 9th, 2002.
- Actress Clair Dia is credited as Emily Smith in this film. There is another actress named Emily Smith who appeared in The Purge: Election Year.
- Actor Paul Thomas is credited as Philip Toubus in this film. Ya getting the impression that not a lot of people want their real names attached to this flick?
- Actor Robert W. Carr is credited as Robert Carr in this film. Well, at least Rob used his actual name, eh?
- Nike Zachmanoglou is the most awesome name ever. Just sayin'. He also appeared in the 1980 movie Alligator. Bet ya didn't know that. Bet ya didn't care.
- Actress Noel Welch was likely a professional dancer as well. In addition to playing a dancer in this film, she also played a butterfly dancer in Lucifer's Women in 1974.
- Blood of Dracula's Castle
- Blood of Ghastly Horror
- Dracula vs. Frankenstein
- Lucifer's Women
- Satan's Sadists
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This article relates to the works of exploitation film director Al Adamson.