Atom Age Vampire

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Released 1960

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Director:
Anton Giulio Majano
Released:
1960
Rating:
R
Atom Age Vampire is an Italian black-and-white film that was produced in 1963. Singer Jeanette Moreneau (Susanne Loret) becomes tragically disfigured in a horrible car accident and the only way to restore her outer beauty is to use Professor Alberto Levin's (Alberto Lupo) new, extreme medical treatment. While treating his patient, Levin falls in love with her, and will do anything to save her. In order to do this, he must inject "Derma 25," which he found in living tissue from dead citizens of Hiroshima, Japan. He improved his chemical into "Derma 28" and uses all of it to try and save Jeanette. However, that is not enough to save her, and he decides to go out and kill women to be able to extract the chemicals out of their bodies. There are no vampires in this movie, but Levin is called a vampire as the markings that happen after he extracts the glands from his victims look like a vampire bite. Police question Levin about the crime, but he has creative excuses to try and get out of trouble.moreless

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Sergio Fantoni

Sergio Fantoni

Pierre Mornet

Alberto Lupo

Alberto Lupo

Professor Alberto Levin

Susanne Loret

Susanne Loret

Jeanette Moreneau

Franca Parisi

Franca Parisi

Monique Riviere

Andrea Scotti

Andrea Scotti

Il giardiniere

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Zombies,Vampires & Monsters, Classics, Cult, B-Movie Horror