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Taste the Blood of Dracula (1970) Poster

Goofs

Jump to: Anachronisms (1) | Continuity (3) | Factual errors (1) | Revealing mistakes (4)

Anachronisms 

Lucy's front door has a Yale lock.
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Continuity 

Secker tears a piece of wood from a church pew to make a crude wooden stake. The end of the stake is ragged and splintered. As the camera cuts to a close-up of the stake over the heart of the vampire, the end of the stake has suddenly become clean and sharply-pointed.
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During the prologue Weller hears a series of earsplitting, bloodcurdling screams, which lead him to witness Dracula's demise. However, whilst impaled on the cross during Dracula Has Risen From The Grave, the Count makes little in the way of noise - gasps rather than ear-piercing shrieks capable of pervading through the dead of night.
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The amount of blood in the goblets changes between shots.
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Factual errors 

When Hargood has forbidden Alice to go out and sends her to her room, he goes back to his newspaper and reads it upside down. (about 9'30" after beginning)
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Revealing mistakes 

When Paul carries Lucy's dead body from the lake, her arm reaches out to prevent her from falling.
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Ralph Bates is supposed to wear the actual Dracula's cloak. The one he is wearing is far shorter than the one Dracula is wearing in the film.
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When Paxton and Secker push the slab from the "stone" sarcophagus, the whole structure shakes, betraying its fake, lightweight nature.
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During the prologue, Weller trips and falls upon a bed of large, heavy-looking (but evidently fake) "rocks", which wobble all too easily.
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