Billy the Kid vs. Dracula/Fun Facts

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< Billy the Kid vs. Dracula
  • This film, and its companion piece, Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter (1966), were the final films for William Beaudine. This marked the end of a career that included approximately 250 (known) films beginning in the silent period.
  • Shot in eight days.
  • Jack Lewis actually wrote the script for "Billy the Kid versus Dracula" (1966), but sold all rights to credited screenwriter Carl K. Hittleman for $250.
  • Despite the film's title, Carradine doesn't play Dracula. He plays a nameless American vampire in the old west, 1880 or so. The name "Dracula" is never mentioned in this movie.
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