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The Devil’s Wedding Night

The Devil’s Wedding Night

Dark desires unleash the legions of lucifer!Mar. 14, 197383 Min.
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Synopsis

The 1800s: scholarly Karl Schiller believes he’s found the ring of the Nibelungen, which holds great power. It’s at Castle Dracula. His twin, Franz, a gambler, asks if vampires frighten Karl; Karl shows him an Egyptian amulet, which may protect him. Franz takes the amulet and sets out ahead of his brother, arriving at the castle first. There he finds a countess who invites him to dine. Later that night, Karl arrives. Coincidently, it’s the Night of the Virgin Moon, a night that falls every fifty years and draws five virgins from the surrounding village to the castle not be heard from again. Can Karl protect his brother, find the ring, and rescue any of the women?

Original title Il plenilunio delle vergini
IMDb Rating 5.3
TMDb Rating 5.3 25 votes

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Cast

Mark Damon isKarl Schiller/Franz Schiller
Karl Schiller/Franz Schiller
Rosalba Neri isLa Contessa Dolingen de Vries (as Sara Bay)
La Contessa Dolingen de Vries (as Sara Bay)
Esmeralda Barros isLara the Zombie
Lara the Zombie
Xiro Papas isThe Vampire Monster (as Ciro Papas)
The Vampire Monster (as Ciro Papas)
Gengher Gatti isThe Mysterious Man (as Alexander Getty)
The Mysterious Man (as Alexander Getty)
Enza Sbordone isTanya the Innkeeper's Daughter (as Francesca Romana Davila)
Tanya the Innkeeper's Daughter (as Francesca Romana Davila)
Carlo Gentili isThe Innkeeper (as Mort Baxter)
The Innkeeper (as Mort Baxter)
Giorgio Dolfin isFirst Villager at Inn (as George Dolfin)
First Villager at Inn (as George Dolfin)
Stefano Oppedisano isSecond Villager at Inn (as Stephen Hopper)
Second Villager at Inn (as Stephen Hopper)

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