Batman Dracula

Batman Dracula is an underground experimental film by Andy Warhol. He was shot in July 1964 in Warhol's studio The Factory in 16- mm format. The premiere took place at the Film-Makers ' Cinematheque (125 West 41st Street, Manhattan) on 17 April 1966.


The black and white silent film shows a length of 54 minutes Naomi Levine, who plays the sleeping beauty in bed. It is played by the avant-garde filmmaker Jack Smith, chosen by Dracula, as a victim. Starring the bedposts are David Bourdon, the art dealer Sam Green, Mario Montez and Gregory Battcock.