|Los Angeles County|
|Country:||United States of America|
|Points of interest:||Beverly Hills; Burbank; Long Beach; Los Angeles; Malibu; Pasadena|
Los Angeles County is a county located in the U.S. state of California. The city of Los Angeles is the county seat of Los Angeles County. It was first incorporated on February 18th, 1850 and dominates the entire region of Southern California.
Nearly all of the events of the 1970 horror film Count Yorga, Vampire takes place in the city of Los Angeles. Major points of interest include Count Yorga's castle mansion as well as the Port of Los Angeles. Bulgarian vampire, Count Yorga, came to the United States and used a mansion in L.A. in order to cultivate a growing coven of vampire brides. Through his machinations, he managed to vampirize the mother of a woman named Donna as well as a brunette girl named Erica Landers. Donna's friend, Michael Thompson and the physician, James Hayes, came to their rescue. Although they was unable to save either woman, they did succeed in destroying Yorga, his brutish valet, Brudah as well as Donna's mother. Hayes did not survive this encounter.
Cities located in Los Angeles County Edit
Films that take place in Los Angeles County Edit
Characters from Los Angeles County Edit
Note: The following is a list of characters known to reside in Los Angeles County. It does not necessarily mean that they were born there.
External Links Edit
- Los Angeles County at Wikipedia
- Los Angeles County at the Holosuite
- Los Angeles County at the Horror House
- Los Angeles County at the TV Database