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1978 (USA) See more »
This Time the Count is Not Just Going for Throat!
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Jamie Gillis ... Dracula

Annette Haven ... Mina

John Leslie ... Dr. Arthur Seward

Serena ... Lucy Webster

Reggie Nalder ... Dr. Van Helsing (as Detlef van Berg)

Kay Parker ... Dr. Sybil Seward

John Holmes ... Dr. John Stoker
Mike Ranger ... Dr. Peter Bradley

Paul Thomas ... Jonathan Harker
Richard Bulik ... Richard Renfield
Pat Manning ... Irene Renfield
David Lee Bynum ... Jarvis

Seka ... Nurse Betty Lawson
Martin L. Dorf ... Martin
Irene Best ... Maid
George Lee ... Singing Cowboy
Renee Andre ... Hand Maiden
Slavica ... Hand Maiden
Kurt Sjoberg ... Hitler
Ken Yontz ... Patient (as Ken Michaels)
Nancy Hoffman ... Patient
Mitch Morrill ... Patient

William Margold ... Henry

Directed by
Phillip Marshak  (as Philip Marshak)
Writing credits
Darryl Marshak (screenplay) (as Darryl A. Marshak) &
David Kern (screenplay) (as David J. Kern)

Bram Stoker (novel "Dracula")

William Margold (writer: additional scenes) &
Mitch Morrill (writer: additional scenes)

T. Bell (additional dialogue)

Produced by
Scott Brody .... production executive
David E. Emerich .... executive producer
David Kern .... associate producer
Darryl Marshak .... producer (as Darryl A. Marshak)
Nettie Peña .... associate producer
Original Music by
Lionel Thomas 
Cinematography by
Hanania Baer (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Nettie Peña 
Set Decoration by
Richard King 
Makeup Department
Rhavan Briggs .... makeup artist (as Rahavan B. Briggs)
Martin L. Dorf .... hairdresser
Martin L. Dorf .... makeup artist
Phillis Ellis .... makeup artist
Priscilla Morales .... assistant to hairdresser
Priscilla Morales .... makeup artist
Production Management
Roy Karchner .... unit manager
Bruce Markoe .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Jamie Gillis .... third unit director
David Kern .... assistant director (as David J. Kern)
John Leslie .... third unit director
Darryl Marshak .... third unit director
Norman Thaddeus Vane .... second unit director
Art Department
Martin L. Dorf .... head prop man
Robert Furst .... carpenter
Nancy Villagran .... key art
Sound Department
Terry Lynn Allen .... sound effects (as Terry Allen)
Michel Billot .... boom man
Jon Clay .... sound mixer
Bruce Markoe .... sound effects
Paul Martin .... re-recording engineer
David M. Weishaar .... re-recording engineer
Hiroaki 'Zom' Yamamoto .... re-recording engineer (as Zom Yamamoto)
Special Effects by
Richard King .... special effects
I. Broke Leg .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Lawrence Dean .... head grip
Robert Furst .... gaffer
Bob Gordon .... still photographer
Moshe Levin .... first assistant camera (as Moshe Levine)
Bruce Markoe .... director of photography: second unit
Shane Marshak .... assistant best boy
Titus Moede .... camera operator: third unit (as Titus Moody)
Ken Wolf .... best boy
Yossi Youri .... second assistant camera
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Barbara S. Edelstein .... costumes (as Barbara Edelstein)
Priscilla Morales .... costumes
Editorial Department
David Kern .... first assistant editor (as David J. Kern)
Music Department
Terry Lynn Allen .... music cutter (as Terry Allen)
Tony Autore .... music mixer
John De Gomez .... composer: cocaine song
Chad Hardin .... musician: piano
Bruce Markoe .... music cutter
Garey Mielke .... musician: synthesizer
Joel Moss .... music mixer (as Joel W. Moss)
John Sloan .... composer: cocaine song
Lionel Thomas .... conductor: original music
Transportation Department
Sol Danhi .... transportation
Other crew
C. Barrett .... copy writer
Martin L. Dorf .... assistant: Philip Marshak
E.J.R. .... consultant
Ann Esterson .... caterer
Ann Esterson .... filmic foods
Frank Ghan .... publicist
Batia Grafka .... technical assistant
Al Herman .... security
G. Malone .... assistant to the producers
Pat Manning .... production assistant
B.R.H. .... special thanks to
Debbie .... special thanks to
Dudley .... special thanks to
David E. Emerich .... special thanks to
Fran .... special thanks to
Brillo Head .... special special thanks to (as 'Brillo Head')
Stephanie Kern .... special thanks to: sorry for the late nights
Kurz .... special thanks to (as Dr. Kurz)
Marshak .... special thanks to (as Mrs. Bernard Marshak)
Bernard Marshak .... special thanks to (as Mr. Bernard Marshak)
Pam Marshak .... special thanks to
Tracy Marshak-Nash .... special thanks to (as Tracy Marshak)
Ralph Mordenti .... special thanks to: Philip Marshak's friend
Mitch Morrill .... dedicatee
O.D. .... special thanks to
Doug Oswell .... special thanks to: Dracula's great teeth (as Dr. Doug Oswell)
Sandy Paddock .... special thanks to
Victor Paddock .... special thanks to
R.D. .... special thanks to
S.D. .... special thanks to
Karyn Schein .... special special thanks to
Seymour .... special thanks to

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Dracula's Bride" - (X-rated version)
"Draculax" - USA (alternative title)
"Lust at First Bite" - USA (alternative title)
"The Coming of Dracula's Bride" - USA (alternative title)
"This Vampire Sucks" - UK (video title)
"American Dragula" - India (Hindi title) (censored version)
"Desejos à Primeira Mordida" - Brazil (imdb display title)
"Drácula chupa" - Spain (imdb display title)
"Dracula... ti succhio" - Italy
"Drakoulas, o sexomanis" - Greece (video title)
"Kaftes erotikes nyhtes tou Drakoula" - Greece (transliterated ISO-LATIN-1 title)
"La novia de Drácula" - Venezuela
"Liebling, du beißt so gut" - West Germany
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95 min (original version)
Color (Metrocolor)
Aspect Ratio:
1.37 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Australia:R18+ | Canada:18+ (Québec) | Iceland:16 | UK:X (original rating) (cut) | UK:18 (video rating) (cut) | USA:X | USA:R (cut)

Did You Know?

Feature adult-film debut of Seka.See more »
Professor Van Helsing:Shalom!
[points a cross at Count Dracula]
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Movie Connections:
Swing LowSee more »


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