Count Yorga, Vampire

Overview

Centuries old Count Yorga Robert Quarry is a vampire that is given a ride to his gloomy mansion in the woods by Paul Michael Murphy and Donna Judith Lang in their Volkswagon van. On the way out of the woods, the vehicle becomes stuck in the mud, but the duo refuses to return to the creepy house. After the two make love, Donna is bitten by the Count. Paul becomes suspicious when she starts to devour cats and a seance reveals some uneasy feelings about the Count. Donna is examined by Dr. Hayes Roger Perry, and the ...
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Overview

Centuries old Count Yorga Robert Quarry is a vampire that is given a ride to his gloomy mansion in the woods by Paul Michael Murphy and Donna Judith Lang in their Volkswagon van. On the way out of the woods, the vehicle becomes stuck in the mud, but the duo refuses to return to the creepy house. After the two make love, Donna is bitten by the Count. Paul becomes suspicious when she starts to devour cats and a seance reveals some uneasy feelings about the Count. Donna is examined by Dr. Hayes Roger Perry, and the dedicated physician brings wooden stakes to the Volkswagon. While the demented demon looks on and shrieks with delight, a bevy of vampire beauties eats the doctor alive after he falls into the Count's trap. Unnecessary narration is employed to explain the action.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/28/2001
  • UPC: 883904126522
  • Original Release: 1970
  • Source: Mgm (Video & Dvd)
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Robert Quarry Count Yorga
Roger Perry Dr. Hayes
Michael Murphy Paul
Michael Macready Michael
Judith Lang Erica
Edward Walsh Brudah
Julie Conners Cleo
Paul Hansen Peter
Sybil Scotford Judy
Marsha Jordan Mother
Deborah Darnell Vampire
Erica Macready Nurse
George Macready Voice Only
Donna Anders Donna
Technical Credits
Bob Kelljan Director, Screenwriter
Arch Archambault Cinematographer
Vince Cresciman Production Designer
Tony de Zarraga Editor
Michael Macready Producer
Bill Marx Score Composer
Neil Roach Cinematographer
James Tanenbaum Special Effects
Bob Wilder Art Director
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Greatest vampire movie of all time

    I saw this movie when I was a teenager and thought it was the scariest movie ever..I couldn't sleep for weeks. No other vampire movie has come close to scariest. Loved it.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Charming Count or BLOODTHIRSTY VAMPIRE?

    Robert Quarry stars as Count Yorga,who holds a seance at his mansion.When a girl is bitten by the Count,her boyfriend starts to believe that he is a vampire. Bob Kelljan directs this chilling vampire film,which is set in modern day Los Angeles.His father,George Kelljan,does the narration. Robert Quarry later reprised his role in The Return of Count Yorga.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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