During the following years, the fragile beauty appeared in numerous comedies, dramas, B-movies, and horror films, mostly in Spain over thirty films altogether from 1960 to 1970.
Daughters is loosely based on the Bathory saga, and features Delphine Seyrig as the immortal Countess travelling with a beautiful female companion Andrea Rau to a deserted off-season hotel in Ostend.
Lust for a Vampire 1971 Remember this is not a Top 10 of the Most Intelligent Movies Of All Time and, yes, that final song is embarrassing, but when you immerse yourself in a movie marathon with scores of films featuring beautifully shot — but often slow moving — dream scenes, then every once in a while you need a stupid but entertaining Hammer production to keep you awake.
Rather than sport the usual fangs they do so by cutting their arms open with a knife.
Charles Busch lightly spoofed them in the downtown stage play Vampire Lesbians of Sodom.
Her remarkable beauty and her tragic untimely death make her story the stuff of legend.