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Drácula contra Frankenstein (1972)

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Dracula kills another innocent victim and Dr. Seward decides it's time to wipe him off the face of the earth. Armed with a hammer and a wooden stake, he arrives at Castle Dracula and duly ... See full summary »

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Doctor Frankenstein
Howard Vernon ...
Paca Gabaldón ...
María (as Mary Francis)
Alberto Dalbés ...
Doctor Jonathan Seward (as Alberto Dalbes)
Britt Nichols ...
Chica vampira
Geneviève Robert ...
Amira - la gitana (as Genevieve Deloir)
Anne Libert ...
Primera víctima de Drácula
Luis Barboo ...
Morpho (as Luis Bar Boo)
Brandy ...
El Hombre Lobo
Fernando Bilbao ...
Josyane Gibert ...
Estela - la cantante de cabaret (as Josiane Gibert)
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Dracula kills another innocent victim and Dr. Seward decides it's time to wipe him off the face of the earth. Armed with a hammer and a wooden stake, he arrives at Castle Dracula and duly dispatches the vampire Count. Next day, however, Dr. Frankenstein arrives with his assistant, Morpho, and a large crate containing the monster. Using the blood of a pub singer who has been abducted by his creation, the doctor brings Dracula back to life and uses him for his own ends. The Count and a female vampire continue to terrorise the town, so Dr Seward once again sets out for Castle Dracula. Unfortunately, he is attacked by the Frankenstein monster and left for dead. Amira, a gypsy, rescues him and summons up a werewolf to do battle with the forces of evil... Written by A Franco fan

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They have awakened... and they are the sound of terror!

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17 October 1972 (France)  »

Also Known As:

Dracula: Prisoner of Frankenstein  »

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ESP 18,550,818 (Spain)
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2.35 : 1
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In the German version Dr. Frankenstein is called Dr. Exorzio and Dracula is Count Satana. See more »

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Followed by The Erotic Rites of Frankenstein (1972) See more »

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this film is excellent! every fan of this genre should own it
3 October 2007 | by (Germany) – See all my reviews

if you - like me - love trashy horror movies, then i can safely say, this film is excellent! every fan of this genre should own it (even if its in a unfathomable language - it all adds to the effect). the first time i saw this film i cried with laughter from beginning to end. fabulous! its a total masterpiece of its genre, yet sadly its practically unknown. as with all of jess francos brilliant films, it is unintentionally funny and highly entertaining. it delivers all the usual franco trademarks: sex, blood, death, nudity, more blood, tits, violence and great overacting. for sure, mr Tarantino would have loved to have made this film. he certainly couldn't have made it anymore over the top. i love the way the overdubbed clip-clops of the horses, sound exactly like someone clicking two pieces of metal together (or they obviously went to great lengths to recorded two-legged horses). visually, it has some really creative camera-work too, indeed, its like watching a movie after eating one of my reeders digestive biscuits! franco guaranteed everyone would be happy. any film that contains Dracula, frankenstein AND wolfman all in one movie, certainly wanted to make sure no fan would be left to freeze in the crypt. its entertaining in every way, even the original poster artwork is so wonderful it could almost be mistaken for a modern replica. if this film is available - anywhere, buy it. i guarantee you will not be disappointed. whatever, i loved it.


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