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Blood For Dracula

Blood for Dracula is a 1974 Andy Warhol film directed by Paul Morrissey, starring Udo Kier, Joe Dallesandro, Maxime McKendry and Arno Juerging. Roman Polanski and Vittorio de Sica appear in cameo roles. The film was shot on locations in Italy and was partly improvised as the filming of Flesh for Frankenstein by the same team had been quicker and less costly than expected. A sickly and dying Count Dracula must drink virgin blood to survive travels from Transylvania to Italy. With a shortage of virgins in Romania and thinking he will more be more likely to find a virgin in a Catholic country, Dracula befriends Marchese di Fiori (played by de Sica), an impecunious Italian landowner with a lavish estate falling into decline, who wants to marry off his daughters to a wealthy aristocrat. Of di Fiori's four daughters, two regularly enjoy the sexual services of Mario, the estate handyman (played by Dallesandro), a bemuscled Marxist with a hammer and sickle painted on his bedroom wall. The...This information was automatically generated from Freebase article Blood For Dracula. You should replace/update it...