Talk:Elizabeth Báthory in popular culture
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Countess Dracula Film
Ingrid Pitt is credited at the end of the Film Countess Dracula as Countess Elizabeth. The surname of her character does not appear in the end credits although the surname is mentioned in the film during the scene where Countess Elizabeth's late husband's will is being read. The name is Nádasdy, NOT Nodosheen which makes NO sense! In Hungarian Nádasdy is pronounced NAH-dosh-dee. This was the name of Elizabeth Bathory's husband, Ferenc Nádasdy. The producer and director of this film were Hungarians who were well aware of this and thus used the name in the film along with other Hungarian names such as that of Imre Toth the protagonist and Captain Balogh. Someone referenced the Internet Movie Data Base (IMDB) as the source for the name Nodosheen. IMDB has it WRONG! — Preceding unsigned comment added by Gyula (talk • contribs) 00:36, 17 June 2013 (UTC)
Elizabeth Bartley Carmilla
Could anyone clarify when in the 1999 video game adaptation of Vampire Hunter D that Carmilla addresses herself as Elizabeth Bathory? I'd like to locate it. I'm not sure who added this tidbit, but a supporting reference could be useful. All I could come across is this thing. It mentions she addresses herself, but if it's not from the movie then it must be from in-game clips. Is it during a battle? Ranze (talk) 05:40, 28 July 2013 (UTC)