Countess Dracula (1970) Movie Review Summary

Actors: Ingrid Pitt, Nigel Green, Maurice Denham, Patience Collier, Lesley-Anne Down, Andrea Lawrence, Sandor Eles.

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The aged Countess Elisabeth (Ingrid Pitt) has discovered that bathing in a young girl's blood can restore her youth and sexuality. Enamored by a handsome army officer (Sandor Eles), the countess arranges for the kidnapping of her own daughter (Lesley-Anne Down). Posing as her daughter, she seduces the young man. Her transformations, however, prove to be short-lived. She needs more blood. Her steward (Nigel Green) entices a prostitute (Andrea Lawrence) to the castle, but her blood proves ineffective. The countess seeks advice from a scholar (Maurice Denham).
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Plot & Themes

Composition of Book Actual chase scenes or violence 10%Planning/preparing, gather info, debate puzzle 40%Feelings, relationships, character bio/development 50% **Fantasy or Science Fiction?**    -   fantasy story on another world/distant past magical being/mental/magical powers    -   Yes kind of powers:    -   vampires

Main Character

Identity:    -   Female Profession/status:    -   Prince/Nobleman/King Age:    -   60's-90's Has special powers?    -   Yes Magical/mental powers of main character:    -   can change shapes Ethnicity/Nationality    -   Eastern European Unusual characteristics:    -   Extremely cynical or arrogant


Earth setting:    -   middle ages Takes place on Earth?    -   Yes Misc settings    -   fort/castle

Writing Style

Accounts of torture and death?    -   explicit references to deaths Tone of movie    -   fearful Sex/nudity in movie?    -   Yes What kind of sex:    -   seeing breasts Kinds of F/X    -   nasty human transformations

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