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The Return of Count Yorga (The Abominable Count Yorga) (1971)

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Lonely vampire Count Yorga and his bloodthirsty cohorts begin living in a ramshackle mansion located near an orphanage. This slightly fang-in-cheek horror film chronicles what happens when the Count falls in love with a toothsome young woman and tries to make her his bride.

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Cast

Robert Quarry
as Count Yorga
Yvonne Wilder
as Jennifer
Tom Toner
as Rev. Thomas
Rudy De Luca
as Lt. Madden
George Macready
as Prof. Rightstat
Walter Brooke
as Bill Nelson
Ed Walsh
as Brudah
Craig Nelson
as Sgt. O'Connor
Craig T. Nelson
as Detective
Helen Baron
as Mrs. Nelson
Jesse Wells
as Mitzi Carthay
Allen Joseph
as Michael Farmer
Peg Shirley
as Claret Farmer
Liz Rogers
as Laurie Greggs
Paul Hansen
as Jonathan Greggs
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Critic Reviews for The Return of Count Yorga (The Abominable Count Yorga)

All Critics (2)

The unusual setting (an orphanage) is a nice touch, but too many narrative and stylistic choices echo those from the first picture.

Full Review… | November 4, 2015
Creative Loafing

This sequel to Count Yorga, Vampire benefits from a slightly bigger budget and a considerably glossier look to the cinematography.

Full Review… | July 4, 2008

Audience Reviews for The Return of Count Yorga (The Abominable Count Yorga)

"One never knows when one might encounter some of the more usual truths that exist in our world."-Count Yorga (Robert Quarry) I looked online for the significance of the boy's ball, but found nothing. If anyone knows or has a theory, please leave a comment. "At a time like this, even Jesus Christ would fabricate his intentions."-Rev. Thomas Westwood (Tom Toner)

FilmGrinder Stone
FilmGrinder Stone

It seems like Count Yorga has been pretty much forgotten, but I think the two movies are pretty good. As for 70s vampire movies, Yorga(Robert Quarry) is a refreshing change from Christopher Lee's charmless and invariably cruel Dracula. However I dont think Quarry had the same lean, hungry look Lee had, but still Quarry makes a fine, blue blood-looking vampire.

Brandon Stocks
Brandon Stocks

one of the few sequels that is better than the first because of a bigger budget and a considerably glosser look.

Greg Wood
Greg Wood

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