Doctor Ravna (Noel Willman) , the leader of the vampire cult, appears in The Kiss of the Vampire, a 1963 British vampire film made by the film studio Hammer Film Productions. The film was directed by Don Sharp and it was written by producer Anthony Hinds credited under writing pseudonym John Elder.
Gerald (Edward de Souza) and Marianne Harcourt (Jennifer Daniel), are a honeymooning couple in early 20th-century Bavaria who become caught up in a vampire cult led by Dr. Ravna (Noel Willman) and his two children Carl (Barry Warren) and Sabena (Jacquie Wallis). The cult, including teenaged vampire initate Tania (Isobel Black), abducts Marianne. Harcourt gets help from alcoholic Professor Zimmer (Clifford Evans) who finally destroys the vampires releasing a swarm of bats from hell.