Cassandra Peterson as Elvira, Mistress of the Dark / Lady Elura Hellsubus
Elvira, Mistress of the Dark (1988)
Director: James Signorelli
Cast: Cassandra Peterson, W. Morgan Sheppard, Daniel Greene, Jeff Conaway, Susan Kellerman, Edie McClurg
Elvira busts out in her outrageously funny feature film debut. Wise-cracking vamp, Elvira, wants to put on a show in Las Vegas but she's short $50,000, so when she learns that her wealthy Aunt Morgana has just died, she rushes off to old-fashioned, conservative Falwell, Massachusetts, for the reading of the will. In typical Elvira fashion, she can't help but stir things up when she makes her appearance in Falwell. Cassandra Peterson stars in this sexy comedy hit, filled with wild wisecracks, campy chaos and scary movie spoofs, all poured into the lowest-cut black gown in horror movie history!
Elvira's Haunted Hills (2001)
Director: Sam Irvin
Cast: Cassandra Peterson, Richard O'Brien, Mary Scheer
Carpathia, 1851: Elvira and her maidservant Zou Zou (Mary Jo Smith), are on their way to a can-can revue in Paris, when they get kicked out of an inn for a slight monetary discrepancy. After making their way out of the village they are rescued by a Dr. Bradley Bradley (Scott Atkinson), who takes her to stay at the castle in the hills high above the village. While there she meets the residents and discovers she happens to resemble the count's (Richard O'Brien) former deceased wife.
Elvira's Movie Macabre
Starring: Cassandra Peterson
Elvira's Movie Macabre (or sometimes simply Movie Macabre) is an American comedy television show that airs B grade horror movies, occasionally interrupted by comments from the hostess, Elvira (played by Cassandra Peterson). In some episodes during intermission, Elvira would get an unexpected phone call from a character called "The Breather" (played by John Paragon) who would only call and tell Elvira weird jokes.
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