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Billy the Kid vs. Dracula

Billy the Kid vs. Dracula Poster
Directed by William Beaudine
Produced by Carol Case
Written by Story:
  Carl K. Hittleman
  Carl K. Hittleman
Starring John Carradine
Chuck Courtney
Music by Raoul Kraushaar
Cinematography Lothrop B. Worth
Editing by Roy V. Livingston
Distributed by Sam Manners
Release date(s) 1966
Running time 73 min.
Country United States
Language English

Billy the Kid vs. Dracula is a 1966 American low-budget horror/western film directed by William Beaudine. It was released as a part of a set, along with Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter.



The film centers on Dracula's plot to convert Billy the Kid's fiancee, Betty Bentley, into his vampire wife. Dracula impersonates Bentley's uncle and schemes to make her his vampiric bride.

Fortunately for Betty, a German immigrant couple come to work for her and warn Bentley that her "uncle" is a vampire. While Bentley does not believe them, their concerns confirm Billy's suspicions that something is not quite right with Betty's uncle.

Eventually, the Count kidnaps Betty and takes her to an abandoned silver mine. Billy confronts the Count but soon finds that bullets are no match for a vampire. The Count subdues the notorious outlaw and sets out to transform Betty into his vampire mate. Just then, the town sheriff and a country doctor arrive. The doctor hands Billy a scalpel telling him he must drive it through the vampire's heart. Billy throws his gun at the vampire and knocks him senseless, making him easy pickings for a staking. With the count destroyed, Betty is saved and Billy takes her away, presumably to live happily ever after.


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