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Transylvania 6-5000 (8-Nov-1985)

Director: Rudy De Luca

Writer: Rudy De Luca

Keywords: Horror/Comedy, Frankenstein, Vampire

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Ed Begley, Jr.
Actor
16-Sep-1949   Meet the Applegates
Joseph Bologna
Actor
30-Dec-1934   Blame it on Rio
John Byner
Comic
28-Jun-1938   Voice of The Aardvark cartoon
Geena Davis
Actor
21-Jan-1956   Earth Girls Are Easy
Norman Fell
Actor
24-Mar-1924 14-Dec-1998 Mr. Roper on Three's Company
Teresa Ganzel
Actor
23-Mar-1957   Character actress
Jeff Goldblum
Actor
22-Oct-1952   The Fly
Jeffrey Jones
Actor
28-Sep-1946   Ferris Bueller's principal
Carol Kane
Actor
18-Jun-1952   Simka on Taxi
Michael Richards
Actor
24-Jul-1949   Cosmo Kramer on Seinfeld

REVIEWS

Review by Seadrift-ing on the Gulf (posted on 1-Jun-2007)

Though not for everyone, this film ranks high among the truest of horror spoof movies. I am sure when the crew put this gem together they had little idea of the slide they would cause in American film making; thinking of the ultimate Transylvania 6-5000 knockoffs like Scary Movie... Among my family and friends lines from the movie have become daily use items such as, "I helpa yjoo!" and "Lupe you don't cut anything"... along with others. But then I do confess to having weird offspring who also force this movie on their freinds as everyone has a personal copy. If you are looking for a kooky movie that is kid safe (13 and up) that may wind up infiltrating your family dialog and cause years of laughs... this is a strong pick.


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