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Scars of Dracula (1970)

Cast: Christopher Lee, Dennis Waterman, Jenny Hanley, more...
Director: Roy Ward Baker
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Rating:
Studio: Anchor Bay
Genre: Cult, Foreign, Horror, Vampires, Studios, Hammer, UK
Languages: English
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Synopsis
One of a handful of Hammer "Dracula" films starring Christopher Lee, The Scars of Dracula begins as Count Dracula (Lee) rises from the grave once again. Buckets of blood and vats of violence will delight fans of horror. A young man and his girlfriend find themselves in Dracula's castle where Dracula sinks his teeth into five victims and tortures a servant in a graphically violent scene. A priest is attacked by a bat and meets his maker much earlier than anticipated. Naturally, the girl is soon coveted by Dracula, and the heroic young man must come to her rescue. There are typical scenes of religious defilement, arson, and the requisite wooden cross that wards off the evil bloodsucker. Dracula meets his fiery demise (yeah, right) when the foreboding castle is torched. No matter how he meets his end, rest assured Dracula will rise once again from any grave he finds himself in at the end of every film. ~ Dan Pavlides, All Movie Guide

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Scars of Dracula (1970)
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Scars of Dracula (Bonus Disc: The Many Faces of Christopher Lee) (1970)
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Hammer (UK) Horror
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Hammer Time!! Gothic Horror in Technicolor
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From the 1950's - 1970's, Hammer Films was the king of Gothic Horror movies. Dracula, Frankenstein and The Mummy were brought to life in "Terrifying Technicolor", along with some of the era's best Sci-Fi/Fantasy films. Here's a list of all Hammer DVDs.
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