When his castle is exorcised, Dracula plots his revenge against the Monsignor who performed the rites by attempting to make the holy man's young niece his bride. Written by
Inflamed with his Vampire thirst for blood and evil and beautiful girls. [Australia]
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The scene in which Zena is walking along the road at nighttime, just before the coach chases her: as the scene fades in, there is an audible "click" and the light suddenly changes (probably due to the cameraman adjusting the day-for-night filter). Alternatively this could be because dissolves at this time were done by creating a new, double-exposure clip that would be edited into the film. Since this clip would be one further generation removed from the negative, going in and out of dissolves would often include a noticeable change in picture quality, which is what the change in light is here-you can see the same change in light at the *start* of the same dissolve, in the previous shot. There is a click (or more accurately a clunk) on the soundtrack when this dissolve ends, at the moment it cuts out of the dissolve and the light changes, but it seems to be coincidental. If using a filter to help achieve day-for-night, it's highly unlikely that anyone would be putting it on or adjusting it in the middle of a take, or that the sound of it happening would make it onto the film's soundtrack. See more
You have failed me. You must be punished.
Referenced in Lake of Dracula
Students' Beer Song
Written by Tony Colton and Philip Martell See more