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Vampire Night

Vampire Night Woof! 2000

Pretty Peggy (Metcalfe) runs off to Hollywood with stars in her eyes and winds up with an agent, Vezrech (Ryan), whose main talent is supplying fresh blood to his stable of vampire babes. Peggy's brother, Carl (Jerman), gets worried and comes to the big, bad city to find his sis. How can a movie with vampire babes be so dull? 76m/ C VHS, DVD . Jimmy Jerman, Heather Metcalfe, Robert Michael Ryan, Pat Downey, Eden Rae; D: John Robert Stephens; W: John Robert Stephens; C: Dennis Devine; M: Jonathan Price.

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