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Vampire Count Alucard (Vince Kelly) - Dracula spelled backwards as the
credits point out - wakes up in his coffin situated in a cave in the blue
mountains and wants women, so he orders a real estate agent, Michael
(Billy Whitton) to his place and turns him into Jackal-man - man by day,
jackal by night - who is to do his bidding and bring him girls.
Soon enough, Jackal-man has brought Alucard quite a number of women,
whom Alucard keeps tied to a cross in the nude in his cave to have some
fun with them (this is a vampire that not only bites). Then though,
Alucard forces Jackal-man to bring him his girlfriend Ann (Ann Hollis),
and after Alucard has stripped her too, he and Jackal-man - who still has
feelings for her despite being a jackal - get into a fight, giving naked
Ann an opportunity to escape. After Alucard has defeated Jackal-man, he
goes after the naked girl - but has overlooked the fact that it's already
sunrise, and so the vampire dissolves to dust. Jackal-man turns to Michael
again, and he and Ann realize they've never done it in a cave - and
there's no time like the present ...
By and large this is a typical late-1960's softcore sex flick: The plot
is nothing short of silly and only a feeble excuse to show naked women,
the production values are low and the direction and camerawork are at best
functional. What makes this film special is its dubbing. Allegedly the
film was shot with sound, but the sound and/or dialogue was so bad it was
decided to redub the whole thing - and the new dialogue (though it as good
as never matches the actors' lip movements at all) is priceless, a great
collection of utter nonsense, jokes too stupid to be true and quite
obvious self-parody. This all does not make this film a masterpiece, but
it's definitely worth a look.