The Gist: Members of a ballet troop preparing for a performance seek refuge in a castle inhabited by a vampire countess and her servant.
Clarification: Your stereotypical vampire film of that time with every cliche you can imagine. Basically a guy and two women get lost and seek refuge at a spooky abandoned castle during a storm just to find it's inhabited by a beautiful countess and her servant. The servant takes a liking to the women while the countess takes a liking to the guy and it's revealed that both are vampires and the servant controls the countess by allowing her to only feed on him.
Selling Point: A number of sexy dance numbers throughout the film.
Female Vampire Factor: The countess is played by Maria Luisa Rolando
The only other female vampire of the film is a peasant girl who is attacked by the servent early on prior to their official introduction in the film. The town doctor passes her affliction off as just passing out and scratching herself on plants that happen to look like a bite and that she'd be fine in a couple of weeks. Obviously this wasn't the case and she wakes up at her own funeral.
Not a terrible movie but does give a little bit too much screen time to the ballet dancing portion of the story which slows the plot to a crawl. I give the film a Vampire Beauty Rating of 3 out of 5. For a similar movie with more T&A check out "The Playgirls and the Vampire"