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Dracula has never been so funny and dashing - to say nothing of being an awesome disco dancer - as in this "delightful movie with a bang-up cast" (The New York Times) led by the epitome of suave, George Hamilton, and featuring first-rate performances from Susan Saint James, Richard Benjamin, Dick Shawn, Arte Johnson, Sherman Hemsley and Isabel Sanford! Evicted from Transylvania, Dracula (Hamilton) goes to New York to make Cindy (Saint James), a model with an old soul, his eternal bride. To his delight, she quickly falls for his necking style. But when her would-be boyfriend (Benjamin), a descendant of the vampire-killing Van Helsings, meets his romantic rival, he's determined to put a stake in the count's plans!
I first saw this movie when it was in its first theatrical release. I still find the satire extremely funny and am glad I now have my own copy!!Published 1 month ago by Ronald Lovvorn
didn't have the "I love the nightlife song". But cd in very good conditionPublished 1 month ago by annette washington
unknown to me the music was changed due to some issues and I was very disapointedPublished 3 months ago by Laura Fonseca-Poppel
This is classic spoof of Dracula and George Hamilton does spoofs amazingly. He is romantic and comedic at the same time. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Carolyn Quinn
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|"I Love the Nightlife" on "Love at First Bite"||
Thank you, as well as all the others, who revealed the missing song. (They probably couldn't get the rights from the artist to include it in the DVD.) Because of this omission I won't be buying this movie. When I think of this movie, I hear that song and I'm 20 again!
Feb 28, 2007 by Seldom Comments | See all 6 posts
|For the purists and true fans...a 30th Anniversary offering!||
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Mar 12, 2009 by Ric Hunter | See all 8 posts
|Unusually brilliantly done late 70's comedy is this!||
yeah goott'a love it just way it is, except of course the removal/replacement of original-disco-hit song by Alicia Bidges "I love the Night Life". But it is a great comedy.
Jan 11, 2008 by Mark Twain | See all 2 posts