|Directed by||Peter Sasdy|
|Produced by||Alexander Paal|
|Written by||Jeremy Paul|
|Music by||Harry Robertson|
|Editing by||Henry Richardson|
|Distributed by||Hammer Film Productions
|Release date(s)||January 31, 1971|
|Running time||93 minutes|
Countess Dracula is a 1971 Hammer horror movie. It is based on Countess Elisabeth Bathory-Nadasdy and her alleged crimes in late 16th and early 17th century Hungary. In it she kills young women to look young again by bathing in their blood. Countess Nadasdy is played by Ingrid Pitt in the movie. Other characters include her lover and henchman Captain Dobi, Captain Imre Toth a soldier for her late husband who she tries to seduce by pretending to be her daughter, and Fabio, her court historian who begins to suspect her and Dobi.
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- "Countess Dracula". Rotten Tomatoes. Retrieved 1 May 2012.