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It's got a corniness factor to it, but it's easy(for me anyhow) to just go with it.
If the entire film (or even most of it) had even approached the standard this scene sets it would have been close to being a classic.
I am a huge Hammer fanatic and this film is in my top five of all time favorite movies from that studio.
Love Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee, but John Alucard stole the show!Published 3 months ago by Derek Cooke
C Lee is good, but the movie itself is to short and generally not good.Published 6 months ago by vincent callender
1972. Hippies, pot busts, rock and roll, Dracula? At least it's over in a quick 96 minutes. This is best for completion purposes. Read morePublished 7 months ago by doctor67
I love old hammer films ! Chris Lee is my fav Dracula . This is not his best by far but peter Cushing and Christopher lee together I could not pass up ! Read morePublished 7 months ago by Sadcelticlady
Corny. There was no real mystery. They jumped from 1872 to 1972. This was one hundred years latter and yet Dracula's grave sight was found with no means to know how it was found... Read morePublished 7 months ago by flash
Apparently this was a flop for Hammer and one of the last gasps of that studio in its first incarnation, but I found it to be one of the better Hammer Draculas. Read morePublished 10 months ago by El Mattador
Based to much on modern time. Was not like the old films. It was to
much focus on other people.