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Dracula: Fact or Fiction?
1992, regia di Steve Michelson
Scheda: Nazione: USA - Produzione: Steve Michelson Productions, Worldvision - Distribuzione: Lions Gate - Soggetto: Joan Villa - Sceneggiatura: Joan Villa - Fotografia: Richard Westlein - Musiche: Tom Disher, Philippe Mallen - Formato: Color, documentario - Durata: 40'.
Warren Weageant, Raymond McNally, Donald Reed, Jean Youngston.
Plot Summary, Synopsis, Review: allmovie.com - movies.nytimes.com - ovguide.com - sagesunicorn.wordpress.com - books.google.it - amazon.com - facebook.com - vampyres-online.com: «Of all the creatures conjured up from the shadows of the human mind, none exerts such a terrifying grip on our imagination as the immortal night-stalker, Dracula. But did this fiend actually exist? Are there such things as living vampires? Now, in this startling expose of the vampire legend, you'll meet the scholar who traveled Transylvania's eerie landscapes to unearth the real-life Count Dracula: the ghoulish 15th-century Romanian prince known and feared as "Vlad the impaler". You'll also discover verified cases of vampirism, from the 15th-century princess who slayed 600 young girls, to chilling contemporary accounts of those who consume human blood in the pursuit of immortality. You'll witness moviedom's fascination with "The Count", and learn ancient techniques for protecting yourself from the "living dead" among us! From medieval folk-tales and legends, to stories of modern-day vampires, Dracula: Fact or Fiction? explores every aspect of the fascinating myths, mysteries and realities of Dracula and his vampire kin».