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An American Vampire Story (1997)

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A group of friends go on a vacation with some new friends that turn out to be vampires, they hire a famous vampire killer to help them.

Director: Luis Esteban

Release Date: 1997-01-24
Status: Released
Run time: 99 min / 1:39
Production Country: United States of America
Release Date: 1997-01-24
Status: Released
Run time: 99 min / 1:39

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Trevor Lissauer
as Frankie
Johnny Venocur
as Moondoggie
Adam West
as The Big Kahuna
Sydney Lassick
as Bruno
Carmen Electra
as Sulka
Debra K. Beatty
as Katrina (as Deborah Xavier)
Daisy Tormé
as Dee Dee
Brent Jasmer
as Disco Rick
Billy 'Sly' Williams
as Pets R Us Guy
Nicole Gian
as Dream Vampire Girl #1


Directing Luis Esteban Director
Writing Rollin Jarrett Writer
Production Grant S. Staley Producer

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