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Dugo ng Vampira

1969, regia di Emmanuel H. Borlaza


Scheda: Nazione: Filippine - Produzione: L/P Pictures - Distribuzione: L/P Pictures - Soggetto: Rico Bello Omagap - Sceneggiatura: Emmanuel H. Borlaza - Fotografia: Felipe S. Santiago - Montaggio: Marcelino Navarro - Musiche: Danny Holmsen - Effetti speciali: Ricardo “Mang Andoy” Marcelino, Pete Carreon - Formato: Color.

Cast: Gina Pareño, Edgar Salcedo, Myrna Delgado, Tito Galla, Charlie Davao, Bella Flores, Venchito Galvez, Ven Medina, Nenita Jana, Linda Martin, Aring Bautista, Glenn Bernardo.



Plot Summary, Synopsis, Review: IMDb - - - - - - - «...Dugo Ng Vampira’s hand-scribed credits flash over an opening that’s vintage Universal horror: the town’s landed gentleman and unrepentant vampire Angustia (Charlie Davao) has just feasted on a young female victim (Bella Flores) and is now pursued by an angry mob of torch-carrying villagers. Cornered in the grounds of his villa, Angustia is staked through the heart with a sharpened cross and left to die alone in agony. With the sound of a howling wolf in the distance, he is tended to by his distraught sweetheart (Myrna Delgado), who removes the cross and buries him underneath it. Being mortal, she is also carrying the vampire’s children – twins, one good and one inherently evil – and after her mother is thrown down her stairs by an unseen force (linked to the cobra curled around the vampire’s grave marker!), she leaves one of the babies, flees the village with the other child, and heads in a trance directly. ...».


Conosciuto anche con il titolo: Blood of the Vampire.




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