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The Vampire El Vampiro Collection DVD 1957 German Robles Coffin
The Vampire El Vampiro Collection DVD 1957


 
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DVD created * ON DEMAND * Using 2 Top Quality DVD R Discs - No Artwork or DVD Case included

100% 1:1 Digital DVD Transfer - A/V Quality 10/10 - Best Available Transfer for this film!

Full Studio DVD Release With Menus & LOADED With EXTRAS on a 2 DVD R Set!

Features:
Bi-lingual Menus
Audio Commentary in English & Spanish
Photo Essay: Fear a la Mexicana! Mexican Horror Cinema, 1953 to 1965
The original U.S. theatrical release radio spots
Abel Salazar's 1995 Obituary from the Boston Globe
Exclusive CasaNegra Loteria Game Card
Cast Biographies
Extensive Stills & Poster Galleries
DVD ROM: Complete 1976 French Photo Novel of The Vampire's Coffin
Video:
Standard 1.33:1 B&W

DVD Contains Full Menus, Chapters & Features Of The Studio Release unless otherwise stated. This DVD is a High Quality BACKUP of the studio release on DVD+R. This title is very rare, out of print and has NO FUTURE RELEASE DATE pending.

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The Vampire El Vampiro Collection DVD 1957


DVD Synopsis and information:
El Vampiro and El Ataud Del Vampiro

The Vampire Collection DVD remains a terrific Mexican vampire movie set and a classic for horror cinema lovers. Masterfully crafted, brilliantly atmospheric and as powerfully chilling as the day they were released, these Gothic tales of undead, bloodthirsty Count Karol de Lavud (German Robles) upped the impact of Hollywood horror and set the template for countless fright-films for years to come - made both in Mexico and the world over.

Described as Dracula on a hacienda," The Vampire chronicles the journey of young Marta (Ariadna Welter) who learns that her family is under the demonic control of Count Lavud (German Robles). As he feeds on the blood of the locals and aims to raise his brother from the dead, Marta and the mysterious Dr. Enrique (Abel Salazar) threaten the Count. El Vampiro DVD and
El Ataud Del Vampiro DVD are two terrific Mexican gothic vampire films and it's east to see their influence in later gothic horror and vampire movies.

You can't keep a wicked bloodsucker down, as proven in The Vampire's Coffin, the follow-up to The Vampire. Marta (Ariadna Welter) and Dr. Enrique (Abel Salazar) battle Count Lavud (German Robles) anew, after he has turned the grave-robbers who accidentally resurrected him into zombie servants. Bent on vengeance and clamoring for the blood of beautiful women, Count Lavud proves to be one of horror's most indelible villains, and The Vampire's Coffin is a spooky, thrilling classic every bit on par with its renowned predecessor. The Vampire Collection DVD includes The Vampire DVD 1957 and The Vampire's Coffin DVD 1958.

Cast & Crew
Actors: Ariadne Welter, Yerye Beirute, Carmen Montejo, German Robles, Alicia Montoya, Abel Salazar
Writers: Ramon Obon, Raul Zenteno
Producers: Abel Salazar
Directors: Fernando Mendez
Features:
Bi-lingual Menus
Audio Commentary in English & Spanish
Photo Essay: Fear a la Mexicana! Mexican Horror Cinema, 1953 to 1965
The original U.S. theatrical release radio spots
Abel Salazar's 1995 Obituary from the Boston Globe
Exclusive CasaNegra Loteria Game Card
Cast Biographies
Extensive Stills & Poster Galleries
DVD ROM: Complete 1976 French Photo Novel of The Vampire's Coffin
Video: Fullscreen, Standard 1.33:1 B&W
Audio: SPANISH & English dubbed: Dolby Digital Mono
Subtitles: English
Studio: Synapse Films
Production Year: 1957
Release Date: 10/31/2006
Length: 168 mins
Rating: NR
Includes: Audio Commentary
The Vampire 1957 Trailer
El Ataud Del Vampiro Teaser

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