Dracula's Daughter (1936)

Prof. Van Helsing is in danger of prosecution for the murder of Dracula...until a hypnotic woman steals the Count's body and cremates it. Bloodless corpses start appearing in London again, and Hungarian countess Marya Zaleska seeks the aid of Jeffrey Garth, psychiatrist, in freeing herself of a mysterious evil influence. The scene changes from foggy London back to that eerie road to the Borgo Pass...

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While not having any overt Lesbianism, this movie DOES have one of my favorite scenes between women ever filmed. A young woman who comes up to the Countess' pad as a model, comes under the spell of the Countess' seductive gaze. The moment is priceless & one of the most sensual scenes I have ever encountered in the movies. Gives me goosebumps, every time. Of course, I am a die-hard romantic at heart & do believe that less is more & subtlety is everything. They say more with their eyes than most actors can with a whole book's worth of dialogue. Beautifully filmed & very short.

Jennifish (email: varlavamp@aol.com)