A vampire in modern-day Los Angeles uses a seance to lure new victims in Count Yorga, Vampire (1970).
Dr. Hayes' (Roger Perry) emergency boyfriend-to-girlfriend transfusion from Paul (Michael Murphy) to the suddenly anemic Erica (Judy Lang) leads to unusual conversation in Count Yorga, Vampire, 1970.
Paul (Michael Murphy) is both annoyed and amused when Erica (Judy Lang) asks a silly question after their microbus gets stuck leaving the Count's mansion in Count Yorga, Vampire, 1970.
Eric (Michael Murphy) and Michael (Michael Macready) think the doctor (Roger Perry) is nuts when he suggests a vampire might be on the wing in Count Yorga, Vampire, 1970.
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