Fearless Vampire Killers

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MGM UA Released 1967

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Director:
Roman Polanski
Released:
1967
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Fearless Vampire Killers is the 1967 supernatural comedy classic from acclaimed writer-director Roman Polanski (Chinatown, Rosemary's Baby, The Tenant, Repulsion), also known as Pardon Me But, Your Teeth Are in My Neck. Alfred (Polanski) is assistant to Professor Abronsius (Jack MacGowran), a vampire 'killer' (before 'slayer' came into vogue). They arrive in an isolated Slovianian village, having been informed of a presence of a bloodsucking cult. After meeting the voluptuous Sarah (Sharon Tate), the daughter of the innkeeper (Alfie Bass), the young assistant is smitten, and becomes mildly obsessed and voyeuristic. While on their hunt, Alfred witnesses Jewish vampire Count von Krolock (Ferdy Mayne) attack the comely maiden in her bubble bath, and whisk her away to his castle. Alfred and Abronsius pursue him, and in an elaborate attempt to rescue Sarah from being initiated into the cult, they pose as members during a sort of 'dawn of the dead' ball with a wonderful mirror sequence. To complicate matters, the count's gay son, Herbert (Iain Quarrier) develops a crush on the young Alfred.moreless

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Roman Polanski

Roman Polanski

Alfred, Abronsius' Assistant

Ferdy Mayne

Ferdy Mayne

Count von Krolock

Jack MacGowran

Jack MacGowran

Professor Abronsius

Alfie Bass

Alfie Bass

Shagal, the Inn-Keeper

Sharon Tate

Sharon Tate

Sarah Shagal

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Comedy, Drama, Horror, Suspense

Themes

Classics, Zombies,Vampires & Monsters, Cult