History Film / TheFearlessVampireKillers

6th Apr '18 1:02:50 AM Morgenthaler
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* VampiresSleepInCoffins: Count von Krolocks and his son sleep in wooden coffins while the rest of the vampires sleep in stone crypts.
31st Mar '18 12:05:15 PM marcoasalazarm
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* OurVampiresAreDifferent: They can be warded off with religious symbols (but only the symbols of the religion that they believe in -- Alfred tries a cross on one, but he turns out to be Jewish and he just snickers in response).
31st Mar '18 12:01:37 PM eroock
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* OurVampiresAreDifferent: Actually, they've got every one of the classic traits. Vampires sleep in coffins, only go out at night, and do not appear in mirrors. They can be warded off with garlic and religious symbols (apparently only the religious symbols they believe in). Theoretically, at least, they can be killed with a stake through the heart, but the protagonists never get a chance to test that idea.
20th Mar '18 7:48:29 PM Mdumas43073
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Sometime in the 19th century, eminent ([[SmallNameBigEgo in his own mind, at least]]) vampire expert Professor Abronsius (Jack [=MacGowran=]) and his bumbling assistant Alfred (Polanski) arrive at a small Transylvanian village in the dead of winter, seeking to track down and kill a nest of vampires that they believe are lurking nearby. Stopping to rest at a local inn, they become convinced that they are on the right track, both by the presence of garlic adorning every available surface, and by the reluctance of the innkeeper Shagal (Alfie Bass) and the rest of the locals to discuss the whereabouts of the nearby castle.

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Sometime in the 19th century, eminent ([[SmallNameBigEgo in his own mind, at least]]) vampire expert Professor Abronsius (Jack [=MacGowran=]) and his bumbling young assistant Alfred (Polanski) arrive at a small Transylvanian village in the dead of winter, seeking to track down and kill a nest of vampires that they believe are lurking nearby. Stopping to rest at a local inn, they become convinced that they are on the right track, both by the presence of garlic adorning every available surface, and by the reluctance of the innkeeper Shagal (Alfie Bass) and the rest of the locals to discuss the whereabouts of the nearby castle.
20th Mar '18 7:47:23 PM Mdumas43073
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Sometime in the 19th century, eminent ([[SmallNameBigEgo in his own mind, at least]]) vampire expert Professor Abronsius (Jack [=MacGowran=]) and his bumbling assistant Alfred (Polanski) arrive in the dead of winter at a small Transylvanian village, seeking to track down and kill a nest of vampires that they believe are lurking nearby. Stopping to rest at a local inn, they become convinced that they are on the right track, both by the presence of garlic adorning every available surface, and by the reluctance of the innkeeper Shagal (Alfie Bass) and the rest of the locals to discuss the whereabouts of the nearby castle.

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Sometime in the 19th century, eminent ([[SmallNameBigEgo in his own mind, at least]]) vampire expert Professor Abronsius (Jack [=MacGowran=]) and his bumbling assistant Alfred (Polanski) arrive in the dead of winter at a small Transylvanian village, village in the dead of winter, seeking to track down and kill a nest of vampires that they believe are lurking nearby. Stopping to rest at a local inn, they become convinced that they are on the right track, both by the presence of garlic adorning every available surface, and by the reluctance of the innkeeper Shagal (Alfie Bass) and the rest of the locals to discuss the whereabouts of the nearby castle.
19th Mar '18 11:19:10 PM Mdumas43073
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''The Fearless Vampire Killers, [[EitherOrTitle or: Pardon Me, But Your Teeth Are in My Neck]]'' (universally known in countries outside America as ''Dance of the Vampires'' apart from Italy, where it's known as ''Per Favore, Non Mordermi Sul Collo'' (Please Don't Bite Me On The Neck)) is a 1967 horror comedy film from director Creator/RomanPolanski (who also starred and cowrote the screenplay), which gives a good-natured ribbing to the vampire genre. It is today perhaps best known as the inspiration for ''Theatre/TanzDerVampire'', a ScreenToStageAdaptation that is extremely popular in Europe, as well as for being the film which introduced Polanski to his future wife, Sharon Tate.

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''The Fearless Vampire Killers, [[EitherOrTitle or: Pardon Me, But Your Teeth Are in My Neck]]'' (universally known in countries outside America as ''Dance of the Vampires'' apart from outside of the U.S. except for Italy, where it's known as ''Per Favore, Non Mordermi Sul Collo'' (Please Collo''[[labelnote:*]]Please Don't Bite Me On The Neck)) on the Neck[[/labelnote]]) is a 1967 horror comedy film from director Creator/RomanPolanski (who also starred and cowrote the screenplay), which gives a good-natured ribbing to the vampire genre. It is today perhaps best known as the inspiration for ''Theatre/TanzDerVampire'', a ScreenToStageAdaptation that is extremely popular in Europe, as well as for being the film which introduced Polanski to his future wife, Sharon Tate.
19th Mar '18 11:13:23 PM Mdumas43073
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2nd Mar '18 11:17:01 AM PersonalPOV
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''The Fearless Vampire Killers, [[EitherOrTitle or: Pardon Me, But Your Teeth Are in My Neck]]'' (universally known in countries outside America as ''Dance of the Vampires'') is a 1967 horror comedy film from director Creator/RomanPolanski (who also starred and cowrote the screenplay), which gives a good-natured ribbing to the vampire genre. It is today perhaps best known as the inspiration for ''Theatre/TanzDerVampire'', a ScreenToStageAdaptation that is extremely popular in Europe, as well as for being the film which introduced Polanski to his future wife, Sharon Tate.

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''The Fearless Vampire Killers, [[EitherOrTitle or: Pardon Me, But Your Teeth Are in My Neck]]'' (universally known in countries outside America as ''Dance of the Vampires'') Vampires'' apart from Italy, where it's known as ''Per Favore, Non Mordermi Sul Collo'' (Please Don't Bite Me On The Neck)) is a 1967 horror comedy film from director Creator/RomanPolanski (who also starred and cowrote the screenplay), which gives a good-natured ribbing to the vampire genre. It is today perhaps best known as the inspiration for ''Theatre/TanzDerVampire'', a ScreenToStageAdaptation that is extremely popular in Europe, as well as for being the film which introduced Polanski to his future wife, Sharon Tate.
6th Feb '18 2:13:41 AM eroock
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* AndThenJohnWasAZombie: Sarah transforms into a vampire at the end.

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* AndThenJohnWasAZombie: Sarah transforms into a vampire at the end.end and also infect Alfred.
28th Jan '18 12:49:22 PM nombretomado
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* LogoJoke / ArtisticTitle: Leo the {{M|etroGoldwynMayer}}GM lion morphs into an animated [[LooksLikeOrlok Orlokian vampire]], whose fangs drip blood that trickles down past the scrolling credits.

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* LogoJoke / ArtisticTitle: Leo the {{M|etroGoldwynMayer}}GM Creator/{{MGM}} lion morphs into an animated [[LooksLikeOrlok Orlokian vampire]], whose fangs drip blood that trickles down past the scrolling credits.
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