"Son of Dracula" (starring Harry Nilsson as the Son of Dracula and Ringo Starr as Merlin)
Scottsdale, Arizona. Item #023210
A leaflet [measuring 5 1/2" X 9") advertising the remake of "Son of Dracula" with Harry Nilsson as the son of Dracula and Ringo Starr as Merlin. This film was shown in the newly opened Camelview Twin One (before it became Camelview Five). Besides music by the two stars, it included music by George Harrison, Keith Moon, John Bonham, an uncredited Leon Russell and Klaus Voorman (who was associated with the Beatles from the Hamburg days to the most recent documentaries). While the promotional broadside leaflet proclaims the title as Bite It; the first rock and roll Dracula movie, it became an underground classic and escaped censorship by avoiding sex and obtaining a PG rating. In those early days, Dwight "Red" Harkins would often play the organ before performances.