El ataúd del Vampiro (1958)

Mexico,
80m
35mm film, black and white, 1.37:1
mono, Spanish

A Mexican horror film directed by Fernando Mendez.

Plot Summary

Graverobbers accidentally release a vampire from its tomb and her turns hem into his vampire slaves.

Credits

Crew
Directed by: Fernando Mendez
Cinematografica A.B.S.A. present
Produced by: Abel Salazar
Story: Raul Zenteno
Adaptation: Ramon Obon
Director of Photography: Victor Herrera
Editor: Alfredo Rosas Priego
Music: Gustavo C. Carrion
Sound Supervisor: James L. Fields
Music and Re-recording: Galdino Samperio “Crucy”
Dialogue Recording: Javier Mateos
Make-up: Ana Guerrero
Haidresser: Juana Lepe
Special Effects: Juan Muñoz Ravelo
Art Director: Gunther Gerszo

Cast
Abel Salazar (Dr Enrique Saldívar)
Ariadna Welter 1A psedonym for Ariadne Welter] (Marta González)
Germán Robles (Count Karol de Lavud)
Yeire Beirute [real name: Yerye Beirute] (Barraza)
Alicia Montoya (María Teresa)
Guillermo Orea (Doctor Mendoza)
Carlos Ancira (Gerente museo)
Antonio Raxel (director hospital)

Alternative Titles

El ataud del muerto – Mexican title
O Ataúde do Vampiro – Brazilian title
La bara del vampire – Italian title
Le Retour du vampire – French television title
El returno del vampire – alternative title
Der Sarg des Vampiro – Austrian/West German title
The Vampire's Coffin

Sequel to
El vampiro (1957)

Extracts included in
Horrible Horror (1986)
Shiver & Shudder Show (2002)

References

Books

  • American International Pictures: A Comprehensive Filmography by Rob Craig pp.390-391
  • The Aurum Film Encyclopedia: Horror by Phil Hardy (ed.) p.106
  • Cinematic by John L. Flynn p.146
  • Dracula in Visual Media: Film, Television, Comic Book and Electronic Game Appearances, 1921-2010 by John Edgar Browning and Caroline Joan (Kay) Picart pp.23-24
  • Faster and Furiouser: The Revised and Fattened Fable of American International Pictures by Mark Thomas McGee p.327
  • Fright Night on Channel 9 by James Arena p.123
  • by Walt Lee p.518; 519 – credits; still
  • Sixties Shockers by Mark Clark and Bryan Senn pp.405-406