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|Scream Blacula Scream|
|Title:||Scream Blacula Scream|
|Directed by:||Bob Kelljan|
|Written by:||Joan Torres; Raymond Koenig; Maurice Jules|
|Produced by:||Samuel Z. Arkoff; Joseph T. Naar|
|Music by:||Bill Marx|
|Edited by:||Fabien Tordjmann|
|Distributed by:||American International Pictures|
|Released:||June 27th, 1973|
|Running time:||96 min.|
Scream Blacula Scream is an American horror film of the vampire genre. It is also an example of "blaxploitation" cinema. It is the sequel to the 1972 film Blacula. The movie was directed by Bob Kelljan and written by Joan Torres, Raymond Koenig and Maurice Jules. It was produced by Samuel Z. Arkoff and American International Pictures and released theatrically in the United States on June 27th, 1973. The film stars William Marshall reprising his role as the African vampire Mamuwalde, aka "Blacula", who finds himself resurrected by way of a voodoo ritual. Also starring in the film is Pam Grier as Lisa Fortier, Don Mitchell as Justin Carter, Richard Lawson as Willis Daniels and Michael Conrad as Sheriff Harley Dunlop.
|William Marshall||Blacula/Prince Mamuwalde|
|Don Mitchell||Justin Carter|
|Pam Grier||Lisa Fortier|
|Michael Conrad||Sheriff Harley Dunlop|
|Richard Lawson||Willis Daniels|
|Van Kirksey||Professor Walston|
|Bob Minor||Pimp #1|
|Al Jones||Pimp #2|
|Don Blackman||Doll man|
|Craig T. Nelson||Sarge|
|Richard Washington||Cop #1|
|Robert F. Hoy||Cop #2|
|James Kingsley||Sergeant Williams|
|Adolph Caesar||Narrator of theatrical trailer|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- This is the first horror film acting work for Nicholas Worth.
- Vonetta McGee appears in archival footage in this film only.
- Actress Sybil Scotford is also known for playing a character named Judy in the 1970 film, Count Yorga, Vampire.