Blacula (1972) - But Enough About Death
Mamuwalde's (William Marshall, a.k.a. Blacula) quick mastery of the L.A. nightclub scene earns him a welcome from Tina (Vonetta McGee), Michelle (Denise Nicholas) and Gordon (Thalmus Rasulala) in Blacula, 1972.
Blacula - (Original Trailer)
An African prince (William Marshall) bitten by Dracula stalks the Los Angeles night as Blacula (1972).
Blacula (1972) - A Wild, Gnawing Animal Hunger
Count Dracula (Charles McCauley) insults Mamuwalde (William Marshall) and his wife Luva (Vonetta McGee) then unleashes his goons and inflicts an eternal curse in an introductory scene from Blacula, 1972.
Blacula (1972) - Where's That Big Dude With The Cape?
Nightclub hostess and photographer Nancy (Emily Yancy) seems to catch on to Mamuwalde's (William Marshall) intentions just a moment too late in the memorable dark-room scene from Blacula, 1972.
Blacula (1972) - I've Never Met A Vampire
Antiquers Bobby (Ted Harris) and Billy (Rick Metzler) gleefully hustle the Transylvanian real estate man (Eric Brotherson) and send their spoils back to L.A. via Greek cargo ship in Blacula, 1972.
Blacula (1972) - -- Luva
Mamuwalde's (William Marshall) old-world charm overcomes mundane surroundings and Tina's (Vonetta McGee) skepticism in Blacula, 1972.
Count Yorga, Vampire - Narration
Narration by Count Yorga (Robert Quarry) in Count Yorga, Vampire 1970, accompanies the very same coffin-delivery shots that would appear in the American International release Blacula in 1973.