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Posted 09 October 2017 - 03:13 PM

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Movie or Video Name: Scars Of Dracula (1970)
Category: [HORROR] 1970's - 1990's
Category Link: [HORROR] 1970's - 1990's
Date Added: 09 October 2017 - 03:13 PM
Submitter: WWRHG
Short Description: Scars of Dracula is a 1970 British horror film directed by Roy Ward Baker for Hammer Studios.
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Scars of Dracula is a 1970 British horror film directed by Roy Ward Baker for Hammer Studios.


It stars Christopher Lee as Count Dracula, along with Dennis Waterman, Jenny Hanley, Patrick Troughton, and Michael Gwynn. Although disparaged by some critics, the film does restore a few elements of Bram Stoker's original character: the Count is introduced as an "icily charming host;" he has command over nature; and he is seen scaling the walls of his castle. It also gives Lee more to do and say than any other Hammer Dracula film except its first, 1958's Dracula.


This film breaks the continuity maintained through the previous entries in the Hammer Dracula series: whereas at the end of the preceding film, Taste the Blood of Dracula, the Count met his end in a disused church near London, this film opens with a resurrection scene set in Dracula's castle in Transylvania, with no explanation of how his ashes got there. The British Film group EMI took over distribution of the film after Warner Bros. and other American studios refused to distribute it in the U.S. It was also the first of several Hammer films to get an 'R' rating.




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