Count Dracula's Great Love
From The Grindhouse Cinema Database
Count Dracula's Great Love (1973, Spain) is a Vampire film directed by Javier Aguirre
- Released in 1973
- Running time: 85 minutes (USA) | 72 minutes (USA cut version)
- Production Co: Janus Films
- Distribution Co: Castilla Films (1972) (Spain) (theatrical) | International Amusements Corp. (1974) (USA) (theatrical) (dubbed) | Cinépix Film Properties (CFP) (1976) (Canada) (theatrical) (dubbed) | Mid-America Releasing (1979) (USA) (theatrical) (re-release) (USA: Midwest) (dubbed) (as 'Cemetery Girls') | Motion Picture Marketing (MPM) (1979) (USA) (theatrical) (re-release) (dubbed) (as 'Cemetery Girls') | Creswin Distribution (1980) (Canada) (theatrical) (re-release) (dubbed)
- Directed by Javier Aguirre
- Produced by Francisco Lara Polop (producer)
- Written by Javier Aguirre, Alberto S. Insúa, Paul Naschy (story and screenplay)
- Starring Paul Naschy, Rosanna Yanni, Haydée Politoff, Mirta Miller
- Music by Carmelo A. Bernaola
- Cinematography by Raúl Pérez Cubero
- Edited by Petra de Nieva
Also Known As
- (original title) El gran amor del conde Drácula
- Cemetery Tramps
- Count Dracula's Greatest Love
- Canada (English title) Dracula's Virgin Lovers
- Finland - Draculan suuri rakkaus
- France - Le grand amour du comte Dracula
- Italy - I diabolici amori di nosferatu
- USA (reissue title) Cemetery Girls
- USA - Count Dracula's Great Love
- USA (promotional title) Dracula's Great Love
- World-wide (English title) The Great Love of Count Dracula
- She's the Kind of a Girl You Can Sink Your Teeth Into.
- They Rise At Night For More Than A Bite.
- Crazed Women Desperate For Satisfaction.
- Sharing his hunger for female flesh was his thirst for human blood...