Blacula

  • 1972
  • Movie
  • PG
  • Horror

If BLACKENSTEIN was one of the worst blaxploitation films ever made, BLACULA is easily one of the best. Respected stage actor Marshall is outstanding in this subtle tongue-in-cheek version of the vampire legend. Action begins in the 18th century, when an African prince (Marshall) is visiting Transylvania There he is attacked by Count Dracula (McCauley),...read more

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Blacula - Official Trailer
01:55 — Campy blaxploitation flick about an African vampire prince who targets modern-day Los Angeles. Better than it sounds!
Blacula
02:33 — Campy blaxploitation flick about an African vampire prince who targets modern-day Los Angeles. Better than it sounds!
Blacula - Trailer
00:54 — Campy blaxploitation flick about an African vampire prince who targets modern-day Los Angeles. Better than it sounds!
(Movie Clip) Dracula
Count Dracula (Charles McCauley) insults Mamuwalde (William Marshall) and his wife Luva (Vonetta McGee) then unleashes his goons and inflicts an etern (more…)
(Movie Clip) Nancy
Nightclub hostess and photographer Nancy (Emily Yancy) seems to catch on to Mamuwalde's (William Marshall) intentions just a moment too late in the me (more…)
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Mamuwalde's (William Marshall) old-world charm overcomes mundane surroundings and Tina's (Vonetta McGee) skepticism in Blacula, 1972.
(Movie Clip) Night Club
Mamuwalde's (William Marshall, a.k.a. Blacula) quick mastery of the L.A. nightclub scene earns him a welcome from Tina (Vonetta McGee), Michelle (Deni (more…)
(Movie Clip) Juanita Jones
Dr. Gordon Thomas (Thalmus Rasulala) and Lt. Peters (Gordon Pinsent) observe the transformed personality of the deceased cabbie Juanita Jones (Ketty L (more…)
(Movie Clip) Bobby & Billy
Antiquers Bobby (Ted Harris) and Billy (Rick Metzler) gleefully hustle the Transylvanian real estate man (Eric Brotherson) and send their spoils back (more…)
(Movie Clip) Credits
The animated opening title sequence featuring tiny bats and victims from the blaxploitation horror hit Blacula, 1972 starring William Marshall and Von (more…)

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  • Released: 1972
  • Rating: PG
  • Review: If BLACKENSTEIN was one of the worst blaxploitation films ever made, BLACULA is easily one of the best. Respected stage actor Marshall is outstanding in this subtle tongue-in-cheek version of the vampire legend. Action begins in the 18th century, when an A… (more)

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