VELVET VAMPIRE

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THE VELVET VAMPIRE

Stephanie Rothman
USA, 1971
Fiction, 80min, OF

THE VELVET VAMPIRE

Stephanie Rothman
USA, 1971
Fiction, 80min, OF

Cast: 
Michael Blodgett
Lee Ritter
Sherry Miles
Susan Ritter
Celeste Yarnall
Diane Le Fanu
Paul Prokop
Cliff
Gene Shane
Carl Stoker
Jerry Danniels
Juan
Screenplay: 
Stephanie Rothman
Maurice Jules
Charles S. Swartz
Sound: 
Bob McCord
Camera: 
Daniel Lacambre
Editor: 
Stephen Judson Barry Simon
Composer: 
Roger Dollarhide
Clancy B. Grass
Decoration: 
Teddi Peterson
Costume: 
Keith Hodges

Production: 
New World Pictures
World Sales: 
New Horizons Picture Corp. 11600 San Vicente Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90049, USA T 310 820 6733 germaines@concorde-newhorizons.com
Format: 
35 mm
Color

Diane, glamorous and wealthy denizen of nightclubs, lusted after by men and women, is a vampire. With the aid of dark glasses and wide-brimmed hats, she can venture out even in the daytime. She drains a horde of victims, including a biker, a mechanic and the mechanic's girlfriend, before she lures Lee and his wife Susan to her mansion in the desert. Lee, who at first succumbs to her charms, panics when he finds the servant drained of blood, and tries to persuade Susan to leave with him. She is under the vampire's spell at the time, though, and refuses to leave. When Susan finds her husband's dry corpse, however, she does try to escape. The Velvet Vampire, while not as commercially successful as The Student Nurses, has become a cult hit. (Clarke Fountain)