From The Art and Popular Culture Encyclopedia
Vampyros Lesbos is a 1971 film directed by Jesus Franco. It is an erotic horror tale inspired by Bram Stoker's novel Dracula. The main character, Linda Westinghouse (played by Ewa Strömberg), is a young lawyer who travels on a job assignment to an island where she meets the mysterious young and beautiful countess Carody (Soledad Miranda).
The film is considered by many to be one of Franco's best and a cult classic of European exploitation film.
The film's score, composed by Manfred Hübler and Siegfried Schwab (a.k.a. The Vampires' Sound Incorporation), gained a cult following when it was rereleased. The score of the heavily cut Spanish version (entitled Las Vampiras) was composed by Franco under the name David Khune.