From The Grindhouse Cinema Database
Blacula (1972, USA) is a Blaxploitation-Horror film directed by William Crain. It is followed by Scream Blacula Scream
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- Included in: The Baadasssss Blaxploitation Top 20 | Fanged Fiends: 10 Vampire Classics
- Featured on: TCM Underground
- Featured in: Afros, Macks & Zodiacs | American Grindhouse | BaadAsssss Cinema
- Released in 1972
- Running Time: 93 Min.
- Production Co: American International Pictures (AIP) | Power Productions
- Distribution Co: American International Pictures (AIP) (1972) (USA) (theatrical) | Columbia-Warner Distributors (1973) (UK) (theatrical) | Warner Bros. (1973) (Japan) (theatrical)
- Directed by William Crain
- Written by Raymond Koenig, Joan Torres
- Starring: William Marshall, Vonetta McGee, Denise Nicholas, Thalmus Rasulala
- Produced by Samuel Z. Arkoff, Norman T. Herman, Joseph T. Naar
- Original Music by Gene Page
- Cinematography by John M. Stephens
- Film Editing by Allan Jacobs
- An ancient African prince, turned into a vampire by Dracula himself, finds himself in modern Los Angeles.
- Rising From the Echoing Corridors of Hell, An Awesome Being of the Supernatural - With Satanic Power of Sheer Dread. Chained Forever to a Slavery More Vile Than Any Before Endured...
- He's black! he's beautiful! he's Blacula!
- Warm, young bodies will feed his hunger, and hot, fresh blood his awful thirst!
- His bite was outta sight!
- Bloodsucker! - Deadlier than Dracula!