Ingrid Pitt as Countess Elizabeth Bathory - Countess Dracula

Ingrid Pitt as Countess Elizabeth Bathory - Countess Dracula

Countess Dracula is a 1971 Hammer horror film based on the legends surrounding the “Blood Countess” Elizabeth Báthory. It is in many ways atypical of Hammer’s canon, but can be considered related to that studio’s Karnstein Trilogy attempting to broaden Hammer’s output from Dracula and Frankenstein sequels.

In 17th century Hungary, Countess Elisabeth Nádasdy discovers that her youthful appearance and libido can be temporarily restored if she bathes in the blood of young women. She enlists her steward and lover, Captain Dobi, to help with the kidnap and murder of countless local girls, whilst pursuing further sexual conquests with the likes of Lt. Imre Toth. As a cover for her crimes while in her rejuvenated state, she takes the identity of her own daughter; a plan that spirals out of control when her actual daughter, Ilona, returns home.

Ingrid Pitt As Countess Dracula Bust

Titan Merchandise continues their line of limited edition Hammer Horror mini-busts. This beautifully-detailed 8" mini-bust lovingly recreates every curve of Polish movie siren Ingrid Pitt's signature role as the immortally voluptuous Countess Elizabeth Bathory from Hammer Films' 1971 epic Countess Dracula. Restored to eternal beauty by the blood of her slaughtered virgin handmaidens, every detail of the Countess's chest-heaving evil beauty is captured in this astonishingly detailed three-quarter length sculpt, limited to 1,000 pieces.

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