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  1. The Return of the Vampire is a horror film released in by Columbia Pictures. The film presents an Englishwoman's two encounters with a vampire. The first encounter takes place during World War I, and the second during World War II. The film stars Bela Lugosi as the vampire Armand Tesla. The Return of the Vampire is not an official sequel to Lugosi's Universal Studios film Dracula Budget: $75,
  2. The The Return of the Vampire is too derivative and poorly written to be considered a top-drawer genre classic. But for horror fans, the presence of Lugosi and the cozily familiar, fog-laden atmosphere are enough to ensure repeated viewings, and the extras will offer fascinating insight into the movie.
  3. The Return of the Vampire () cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.
  4. Return of the Vampire Leaving his lair He's out for blood and it's yours He will share There's only one way you can Stop him You gotta trace the Vampire to His lair, oh yeah And then you gotta.
  5. The Return of the Vampire was Nina Foch's first feature. After toiling away at Columbia, including starring in Cry of the Werewolf, she transitioned to TV work but still occasionally appeared in movies, including a handful of major ones: An American in Paris (), The Ten Commandments (), and Spartacus () among her good parts.
  6. This double feature contains COUNT YORGA () a movie about a modern-day vampire (Richard Quarry) who moves to Los Angeles and begins recruiting attractive females to join his coven. The vampire faces a problem when two of his apprentices (Donna .
  7. Mar 31,  · Modestly made, The Return of the Vampire follows the traditional vampire movie formula, but adds a few new twists that separate it from previous efforts. First of all, the decision to have a female lead and hero that’s not in distress is remarkably refreshing not only for ’s cinema but for the genre in general.
  8. ‘The Return of the Vampire’ () was the last time Bela Lugosi was top-billed in a feature film from a major Hollywood studio, and the last time Lugosi played a vampire in a serious film. (‘Mother Riley Meets the Vampire’ doesn’t count).Reviews:
  9. Dracula (Lugosi) returns from being staked in the end of the last film, which really isn't supposed to be able to happen, but the writers wanted to make a sequel, so ta-da! The story is stupid and 75%.

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