Countess Dracula DVD (1971)
A film about Hungarian Countess Elizabeth Bathory - who is reported to have murdered over 600 young girls. Bathory discovers that bathing in the blood of virgins keeps her looking youthful and arranges for the kidnapping of her own daughter, Ilona (Lesley-Anne Down), in order to use her blood. She takes on Ilona's identity and seduces a young man but the supply of blood needs constant topping up otherwise Bathory will age vigorously. A cult horror classic.
Viewer Quote: "A wonderfully atmospheric version of Erzsebet Bathory's story, a lasciviously sadistic young beauty from 16th century Hungary. The scenery, costumes and photography are gorgeous and quite sexy in Hammer's romantic Gothic style. This is the best of many other movie versions."
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The DVD is encoded NTSC REGION 0 (playable worldwide).
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