Mama Dracula

Mama Dracula is a 1980 Belgian film directed by Boris Szulzinger. The story relates how Mama Dracula, a character based on the true story of Countess Bathory, an enthusiast of rejuvenation baths consisting of the blood of young virgins, must come to terms with a shortage of such blood in the modern era.

Mama Dracula
Directed byBoris Szulzinger
Produced byBoris Szulzinger
Written byPierre Sterckx
Boris Szulzinger
Marc-Henri Wajnberg
StarringLouise Fletcher
Maria Schneider
Music byRoy Budd
CinematographyRufus Bohez and Willy Kurant
Edited byClaude Cohen
Release date
  • 19 November 1980 (1980-11-19)
Running time
90 minutes
CountryBelgium, France
LanguageFrench, English


  • Louise Fletcher as Mama Dracula
  • Maria Schneider as Nancy Hawaï
  • Marc-Henri Wajnberg as Vladimir
  • Alexander Wajnberg as Ladislas
  • Jimmy Shuman as Professor Van Bloed
  • Jess Hahn as The Detective
  • Michel Israel as Rosa
  • Suzy Falk as The Nanny
  • Vincent Grass as Fiancé
  • Marie-Françoise Manuel as Virginie
  • José Gral as The Innkeeper
  • William Del Visco as The psychiatrist


The CD soundtrack composed by Roy Budd is available on Music Box Records label.[1]


  1. "MAMA DRACULA". Retrieved January 18, 2015.
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