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Scars of Dracula
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Sex & Nudity

A man and woman people are shown in bed, post coitus, talking about if the sex was "the best ever". The man leaves and the woman chases after him while covering her front with the sheets. Her bare butt is shown a few times as she runs throughout the house.

A man and woman make out, he takes off her dress (no nudity).

Violence & Gore

The villagers burn down Dracula's castle.

A few people are scene post-fight with lots of scars and blood on their faces.

Dracula is shown stabbing a woman in the chest.

A man is tortured by having a hot sword, straight from the fire, placed on his back.

A man's face is torn apart by a bat. Lots of blood and gore.

Dracula is struck by lighting and melts and burns before falling off the castle wall.

Profanity

Some light beer drinking.

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Certification:
Australia:M / Finland:K-15 (2008) / Finland:(Banned) (1971) / Netherlands:16 (DVD rating) (2007) / Norway:16 / Sweden:15 / UK:15 / UK:X (original rating) / USA:R

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