Starring: George Hamilton, Arte Johnson
Plot: Dracula is forced out of the castle and decides to move to New York and find the woman of his dreams; a hip New York model.
This film has some of the funniest one liners like "I'm not even a bat anymore just a big black chicken"
Arte Johnson does an impression of Dwight Frye's laugh from his version of Renfield to perfection.
This is one of those movies that is rooted in the generation and decade it was made in, there is no mistaking this as anything but a 1970's film. There are cameos from cast members of the old television show The Jeffersons, and much of the jokes reference the disco era.
What do I think I learned from this film?
No matter how famous you might be, at the end of the night you have to be able to just be you. And you have to know for sure if you're dealing with a vampire or a werewolf otherwise don't bring the silver bullets to the club.