Written by Frank Ray Perilli and directed by Albert Band, Dracula's Dog (released as
Zoltan, Hound of Dracula in the United Kingdom) is one of the dozens of
vampire B-movies riding on the coattails of Dracula's
fame that only remotely involves Dracula (Brides of Dracula is another that
immediately comes to mind).
Released in 1978, three years before Stephen King's Cujo was published,
Dracula's Dog was bad in a way that only a movie about vampire dogs can be
After Russian soldiers remove a stake from a grave in Romania, Dracula's
Dog and a servant of Dracula, Veidt-Smit, are released. These two travel to Los
Angeles, America to find Dracula's last living
Carl Morrison II
Internet Movie Database (for cast and release year)
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