Home Video Hovel: Scars of Dracula, by Craig Schroeder

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  1. FictionIsntReal says:

    “While Hammer’s Dracula films may never reach the same apex as Tod Browning’s 1931 masterpiece, Lee’s Dracula (he played the Count in ten different films for Hammer) is the one that has affixed itself to the culture’s subconscious. Christopher Lee is the people’s Dracula.”
    Not for me. I hadn’t seen any Hammer films until a couple years ago, but I was a disappointed to find that in films other than The Devil Rides Out they didn’t seem to trust Lee with dialogue. I only saw two of his Dracula films, Horror of Dracula and A.D 1972, so it’s possible he got to talk more in others, but I was unwilling to investigate further to find out.

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