"Great Performances: Count Dracula"
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"Great Performances" Count Dracula (1977)

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Sex & Nudity

A womam comment that why that she shoud'nt marry two man.

A mental patient kiss a woman on the lip.

Violence & Gore

A man drivea a wooden stake to vampire woman at the heart. After that an older man later stuff the garlic into her mouth and cut off her head, off-screen.

An older man drive a wooden stake into three famale vampire into their heart, one by one.

Men shooting with rifle during chase the carriage.

A woman save her husband by shooting a man who tried to kill him.

An older man drive a wooden stake into Dracula heart.

A vampire cut his chest to let a woman drink his blood.

A insane man broke a guard arms and cause him to bleed.

A man is kill by a vampire, it is off-screen. But later seen him bloody.

A old woman had heart attack when she saw a wolf.

Renfied eats an insect.

Renfied is seen having insect in his jars.

Harker accidentally cut his neck while shaving, leaving a small cut.

Dracula's brides feed on an baby (you only saw the baby once, and later you see the Brides have blood on their mouth).

A woman who becoming a vampire attempt to bite her fiancee's in the neck, but Van Helsing pulse him away.

Profanity

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Certification:
Finland:K-13 (2008)

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