|Billy the Kid vs. Dracula 1966 TV, 95 min.|
Genre: Western / Horror
Director: William Beaudine
Cast: Chuck Courtney, John Carradine, Melinda Plowman, Virginia Christine, Walter Janovitz, Bing Russell, Harry Carey Jr., Olive Carey, Roy Barcroft, Hannie Landman, William Forrest, Richard Reeves, Marjorie Bennett, Leonard P. Geer, George Cisar
Count Dracula (John Carradine) is traveling by stagecoach through America's Western territory when he meets Double Bar B ranch owner James Underhill (William Forrest) who is subsequently killed in an Indian raid. Dracula takes on Underhill's identity and goes to the ranch where he tells Underhill's niece Elizabeth (Melinda Plowman) that he is her long-lost uncle. He makes moves on Elizabeth, but the ranch foreman, a reformed Billy the Kid (Chuck Courtney), becomes suspicious and steps in to stop Dracula before he can drink Elizabeth's blood.
|Santee 1973 PG, 93 min.|
Director: Gary Nelson
Cast: Glenn Ford, Dana Wynter, Michael Burns, Jay Silverheels, Harry Townes, John Larch, Robert J. Wilke, Robert Donner, Taylor Lacher, John Bailey, X. Brands, Lindsay Crosby, Chuck Courtney, Boyd "Red" Morgan, John Hart
After killing Jody's (Michael Burns) father, bounty hunter Santee (Glenn Ford) takes in the boy and tries to establish a loving relationship with him. Jody, however, vows to avenge his father's death. When the sheriff is shot, Jody blames Santee, but the real killers are a gang of outlaws–the same ones who had earlier killed Santee's father. Santee wants to prove his innocence, and Jody goes along with Santee to track down the outlaw gang. They find the gang but suffer tragedy in the process.
|1. Billy the Kid vs. Dracula (1966)|
2. Santee (1973)
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