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 Blood of Dracula
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Blood of Dracula (1957)

She Will GIVE YOU Nightmares…FOR EVER!

Under hypnosis, a young woman turns into a vampire.

Blood of Dracula (U.K. title: Blood Is My Heritage) is a 1957 black-and-white horror film directed by Herbert L. Strock and starring Sandra Harrison, Louise Lewis and Gail Ganley. Released by American International Pictures (AIP) in November 1957, it is one of two follow-up films to AIP’s box office hit I Was a Teenage Werewolf.

The film was released theatrically in 1957 on a double feature with I Was a Teenage Frankenstein.


  • Sandra Harrison as Nancy Perkins
  • Louise Lewis as Miss Branding, chemistry teacher
  • Gail Ganley as Myra
  • Jerry Blaine as Tab
  • Heather Ames as Nola
  • Mary Adams as Mrs. Thorndyke
  • Edna Holland as Miss Rivers, art teacher
  • Thomas B. Henry as Mr. Paul Perkins
  • Jeanne Dean as Mrs. Doris Perkins
  • Don Devlin as Eddie
  • Malcolm Atterbury as Lt. Dunlap
  • Richard Devon as Det. Sgt. Stewart
  • Craig Duncan as police officer
  • Carlyle Mitchell as Stanley Mayther
  • Voltaire Perkins as Dr. Lawson
  • Paul Maxwell as Mike, the young doctor
  • Shirley De Lancey as Terry
  • Michael Hall as Glenn
  • Barbara Wilson as Ann
  • Jimmy Hayes as Joe
  • Lynn Alden as Linda
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