Jess Franco’s Count Dracula (1970)

 


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Count Dracula (German: Nachts, wenn Dracula erwacht / At Night When Dracula Awakes) released in Italy as Il conte Dracula, in Spain as El Conde Drácula and in France as Les Nuits de Dracula, is a 1969 Spanish-Italian-German horror film (released in 1970), directed by Jesús Franco and starring Christopher Lee, Herbert Lom and Klaus Kinski. It was based on the novel Dracula by Bram Stoker.

Although Count Dracula stars Christopher Lee in the title role, it is not a Hammer production like his other Dracula films, being produced instead by Harry Alan Towers. Klaus Kinski, who would play Dracula himself nine years later in Nosferatu the Vampyre, is also featured in the film as Renfield. Count Dracula was advertised as the most faithful adaptation of Bram Stoker’s novel. Among other details, it was the first film version of the novel in which Dracula begins as an old man and becomes younger as he feeds upon fresh blood.

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    Curse of the Crimson Altar (1968)

     

    Curse of the Crimson Altar is a 1968 British horror film directed by Vernon Sewell and starring Christopher Lee, Boris Karloff, Barbara Steele and Mark Eden. The film was produced by Lewis M. Heyward for Tigon British Film Productions. The film was released as The Crimson Cult in the United States.


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      I, Monster (1971)

       

      I, Monster is a 1971 British horror film directed by Stephen Weeks for Amicus Productions. It is an adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson’s The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, with the main characters’ names changed to Dr. Charles Marlowe and Mr. Edward Blake.

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        The Silent Flute (1978)

         

        The Silent Flute aka Circle of Iron is a 1978 martial arts and fantasy film co-written by Bruce Lee, who intended to star in the film himself, but he died before production.. After Lee’s death in 1973, Silliphant and Stanley Mann completed the screenplay, and Lee’s part was given to the Kung Fu television star, David Carradine. Many other well known character actors also had small roles in the film, including Roddy McDowall, Eli Wallach, and Christopher Lee.

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          The Three Musketeers (1974) – Short Movie Clip

           

          The Three Musketeers is a 1973 film based on the novel by Alexandre Dumas, père. It was directed by Richard Lester and written by George MacDonald Fraser. It was originally proposed in the 1960s as a vehicle for The Beatles, whom Lester had directed in two other films. It was intended to run for three hours, but later it was split into two, the second part becoming 1974s The Four Musketeers. In 1989, the cast and crew returned to film The Return of the Musketeers, loosely based on Dumas Twenty Years After.

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            Shaka Zulu (1986)

             

            Shaka Zulu was a 1986 television serial directed by William C. Faure and written by Joshua Sinclair for the South African Broadcasting Corporation. It is based on the story of Shaka, king of the Zulu nation from 1816 to 1828, and the writings of the British traders who dealt with him. Below you”ll find part one try veehd for the rest.

            Shaka Zulu Part One:1986 [nYx64] from nYx on Veehd.

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              The Castle of Fu Manchu (1969)

               

              The Castle of Fu Manchu (1969) also known by its German title Die Folterkammer des Dr. Fu Man Chu, is the fifth and final Fu Manchu film with Christopher Lee portraying the title character. The spy/crime film was filmed on location in Spain and Istanbul and originally released in West Germany in 1969. It was directed by Jesus Franco and also stars Richard Greene as Nayland Smith and Howard Marion-Crawford as Dr. Petrie.

              The Castle of Fu Manchu 1969 from FuManChu on Veehd.

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                Horror Express (1972-1973)

                 

                Horror Express, also known as Pánico en el Transiberiano in Spain where this horror flick was shot in 1972. It was directed by Eugenio Martin, written by Arnaud d’Usseau and Julian Zimet, and starring an all-star cast: Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing and Telly Savalas.

                Horror Express, also known as Pánico en el Transiberiano in Spain where this horror flick was shot in 1972. It was directed by Eugenio Martin, written by Arnaud d’Usseau and Julian Zimet, and starring an all-star cast: Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing and Telly Savalas.

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                  Satanic Rites of Dracula (1973)

                   

                  The Satanic Rites of Dracula is a 1974 Hammer Horror film directed by Alan Gibson, and starring Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee.

                  The film is the eighth Hammer film featuring Dracula in the title, and the seventh film to star Lee in the title role, and a sequel to Dracula AD 1972, with action which follows up on the previous Hammer Dracula film without being dependent on it.

                  The original score was composed by television composer John Cacavas. In the United States, the film was distributed as Count Dracula and His Vampire Bride. It is also marketed with the tagline “Evil begets evil on the Sabbath of the undead!”

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                    Taste The Blood of Dracula (1970)

                     

                    Taste the Blood of Dracula is a British horror film produced by Hammer Film Productions and released in 1970. It stars Christopher Lee as Count Dracula, and was directed by Peter Sasdy. The film is marketed with the tagline “They taste his blood and the horror begins!”

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                      Dracula: Prince of Darkness (1966)

                       

                      Dracula: Prince of Darkness (1966)

                      Two couples traveling in eastern Europe decide to visit Carlstad despite dire local warnings. Left outside the village by a coachman terrified at the approach of night, they find themselves in the local castle and are surprised at the hospitality extended by the sinister Klove. It turns out the owner, Count Dracula, dead for ten years, has been hoping for such a visit. Written by Jeremy Perkins – jwp@aber.ac.uk

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