La saga de los Drácula (1972)

Spain,
92m
35mm film, Eastmancolor
mono, Spanish

A Spanish horror film directed by Leon Klimovsky.

Plot Summary

Count 's pregnant granddaughter Berta arrives at his castle with her mortal husband, Hans. As the birth of her child approaches Hans begins affairs with the Count's brides.

Credits

Crew
Directed by: Leon Klimovsky
Registered M-23738-1972
Profilmes S.A.
Executive Producers: Ricardo Muñoz Suay, José Antonio Perez Giner
Head of Production: Modesto Perez Redondo
Story and Screenplay: Lazarus Kaplan
Photography and Colour Effects: Francisco Sanchez
Editor: Antonio Ramirez
Music by: J. Sebastian Bach [real name: Johann Sebastian Bach]
Mood Music and Organ: Daniel J. White and A. Ramirez Angel
Sound Technician: José Maria San Mateo
Wardrobe: Cornejo
Makeup: Miguel Sese
Hairdresser: Paquito Guillot
Special Effects: Amobac
Set Designer: Gumersindo Andres

Cast
Tina Sainz (Berta)
Tony Isbert (Hans)
Helga Liné (Munia)
Maria Kosti (Xenia)
J.J. Paladino (Gaber)
Henry Gregor (Dr Karl)
Mimi Muñoz
Betsabe Ruiz
Luis Ciges
Elsa Zabala
Javier de Rivera
Fernando Villena
Ramon Centenero
Pepe Riesgo
Ingrid Rabel
Manuel Barrera
Cristina Suriani
Narciso Ibañez Menta (Count Drácula)

Alternative Titles

Death, Death, Death – US title
The Dracula Saga – USA title
Dracula: The Bloodline Continues
Draculas blodige saga – Danish title
The Saga of Dracula – US title
Saga of the Draculas
L'ultimo vampire – Italian title

References

Books

  • The Aurum Film Encyclopedia: Horror by Phil Hardy (ed.) p.266
  • Cinematic by John L. Flynn pp.195
  • Dracula in Visual Media: Film, Television, Comic Book and Electronic Game Appearances, 1921-2010 by John Edgar Browning and Caroline Joan (Kay) Picart p.150
  • Euro Gothic: Classics of Continental Horror Cinema by Jonathan Rigby pp.262-64, 267
  • Horror and Science Fiction Films II by Donald C. Willis p.110
  • by Walt Lee p.412 – credits
  • Vampire Films of the 1970s: Dracula to Blacula and Every Fang Between by Gary A. Smith pp.120-121; 209  – review; credits