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(I) (1972)

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Herbert Lom shot his cameo in half a day, he was booked for a day.
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Peter Cushing filmed his part in two days.
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Richard Todd has stated in interviews that he regrets making this film.
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Vermicelli was used for the robots' insides.
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Arthur Grant was booked as director of photography but three weeks before shooting discovered he was terminally Ill and had to reluctantly drop out. Denys N. Coop stepped in at short notice.
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Shot in 24 days.
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The movie started shooting in early April of 1972 and was playing in West End cinemas 15 weeks later.
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Geoffrey Bayldon was cast at the 11th hour to replace Spike Milligan who dropped out before shooting began.
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Appropriately enough, the story "The Weird Tailor" had first been published in the magazine "Weird Tales".
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Peter Cushing (Smith) and Herbert Lom (Byron) both played Professor Van Helsing in films starring Christopher Lee as Count Dracula: Cushing in Horror of Dracula (1958), Dracula A.D. 1972 (1972) and The Satanic Rites of Dracula (1973) and Lom in Count Dracula (1970). Cushing also played the role in The Brides of Dracula (1960) and The Legend of the 7 Golden Vampires (1974), in which Lee did not appear.
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