Dracula (The Dirty Old Man) (1969)

USA, 1969
80m
35mm film, colour, 1.85:1
mono, English
Reviewed at The EOFFTV Review

An American comedy horror film directed by William Edwards.

Plot Summary

Dracula transforms Dr Irving Jekyll into a jackal-man and uses him to lure unwitting young women to his Los Angeles hideaway.

Credits

Crew
Directed: William Edwards
© [not given on screen]
Whit Boyd presents
Produced: William Edwards
Assistant Producer: Clifton Bowen
Written: William Edwards
Script Supervisor: Rachel Edwards
Cameraman: William Troiano
Assistant Cameraman: Burke Reynolds
Gaffer: Gary Lawrence
Editor: Ludwig Moner
Make-up: Tony Tierney
Art: X.O. Vangam
Reproduction Manager: Chuck Alford
Locations: Bronson Caves, Bronson Canyon, Griffith Park, Los Angeles, California, USA; Dallas, Texas, USA; Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

Cast
Vince Kelley (Alucard (Dracula spelled backwards))
Ann Hollis (Ann)
Libby Caculus (Jackalman) [These credits are mixed up on screen – Libby Caculus plays Marge and Bill Whitton plays Jackalman]
Joan Pickett (Joan)
Billy Whitton (Marge) [These credits are mixed up on screen – Libby Caculus plays Marge and Bill Whitton plays Jackalman]
Sue Allen (Carol)
Adarainne (Susan)
Ron Scott (Bob)
Bob Whitton (station attendant)
Rebecca Reynolds (stranded girl)
Ron Scott (narration)

Extracts included in
Extra Weird (2003)

See also
The Mummy and the Curse of the Jackals (1969)

References

Books

  • Cinematic Vampires by John L. Flynn p.164
  • Feature Films, 1960-1969: A Filmography of English-language and Major Foreign-language United States Releases by Harris M. Lentz III p.117
  • Reference Guide to Fantastic Films by Walt Lee p.113 – credits
  • Vampire Films of the 1970s: Dracula to Blacula and Every Fang Between by Gary A. Smith p.151 – note 
  • The Werewolf Filmography by Bryan Senn pp.81-82