Mentioned in a magazine article.
Film advertisement is shown in a newspaper.
Subject of a $1,000 clue in the category "L-M-N"
also directed by Ken Russell
Clips seen and discussed
A 4-minute scene where Liszt reminisces about his new life with Marie shows Roger Daltrey dressed as Chaplin in a cabin with no dialogue. The film is also slightly overcranked to mimic the framerate of silent-era Chaplin movies.
Wagner has a Hammer-esque laboratory to animate an assembled Viking monster. Also Wagner himself is resurrected as a Hitlerian monster.
Wagner is a Hammer-esque vampire who lives in a secluded castle when Liszt is tasked with exorcising him.