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Uploaded on Mar 2, 2010
An obsure horror/comedy released in 1974, 'Blood for Dracula' is a film directed by Paul Morrissey and produced by Andy Warhol and Andrew Braunsberg starring Udo Kier, a German actor, known primarily for his work in horror and exploitation movies.
A sickly and dying Count Dracula (Kier), who must drink virgin blood to survive, travels from Transylvania to Italy, thinking he will be more likely to find a virgin in a Catholic country.
Blood for Dracula was initially released to theaters in a 103-minute version that was given an X rating by the MPAA due to its violent and sexual elements; it was later cut to 94 minutes and reclassified with an R rating for re-release. The original uncut version has been released to DVD several times, though it is now unrated.