Gerald and Marianne Harcourt are traveling by car when the car breaks down and they have to spend a few days in a small, remote village. It doesn't take long before they are invited to Dr. Ravna's castle. Without their knowledge, Dr. Ravna is the leader of a vampire cult, and he has become astonished by Marianne's beauty... Written by
Shocking! - Horrifying! - Macabre!
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The car used in the movie is an original 1903 De Dion Bouton model Q, loaned to Hammer by the National Motor Museum. See more
The car used in the film was built in 1903. Dialogue during the movie clearly implies that the car is new, suggesting that the events take place in the first half of the first decade of the 20th century. However, the car clearly has a AA (British Automobile Association) badge mounted on the front, of a type first used in 1911 and phased out by 1924. See more
[referring to Marianne
I will not say that she has not changed in any way., Mr. Harcourt. She has, as you may put it, grown up - tasted the more sophisticated, more erotic fruits of... life.
[realizing that she has been initiated into vampirism
Oh, my God!
God is hardly involved, Mr. Harcourt.
Spoofed in Dance of the Vampires
Performed by James Bernard See more