Films: Blood for Dracula (1974)
Location: Civilized area
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: Dracula has had his role in the spotlight for some time, now. But who's to say a vampire can enjoy having to kill to survive? Not even the great vampire prince is immune to this treatment.
History: Dracula is in a bind. He's ailing and frail, and the virgin blood he needs is horribly scarce. But hey, perhaps in the hyper-religious city of Italy, he'll find what he needs! Unfortunately, his chosen company is a big guessing game for Dracula, as he cannot figure out who's the virgin in the family he's after and who’s not.
Notable Kills: His killing of a not-virgin sends him into a convulsing mess, causing him to vomit blood.
Final Fate: After finally getting the blood of a virgin and converting others into vampires, Dracula is hacked apart via axe and stabbed via stake.
Powers/Abilities: Standard vampire abilities.
Weakness: Standard vampire weaknesses, the blood of non-virgins will severely weaken him.
Scariness Factor: 4-There's something deeply unsettling about Dracula looking this emancipated and young. Not to mention that he doesn't have an evil bone in his body now. Seeing him in great pain and all bloody makes him both pitiful and terrifying. With that said, his accent is kind of funny to hear.
Trivia: -Despite Andy Warhol's name being plastered onto this film at times, much like a previous endeavor with Frankenstein, only the famed artist's compatriots worked on it. Warhol's response to the question on how he helps? "I go to the parties".
-Dracula was played by Udo Kier, an actor from Germany who has starred in over 200 films in his entire career.