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The Revenge of Dracula (1958)

Returning to life, Count Dracula (played by Don Glut) locates and revives the Frankenstein monster (played by Charles Martinka).

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Played by Don Glut, Count Dracula is revived. He sets about to locate and revive the Frankenstein monster (played by Charles Martinka). Dracula is in need of nourishment, so leaves the safety of the castle and locates a victim to satisfy his blood lust. Two of the victim's friends, seek revenge and track Dracula to his lair, and are attacked by the monster. An electrical fuse causes a fire in the castle, while the morning dawn sun destroys Dracula, leaving just his skeletal remains. Written by Paul Gerard Kennedy

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This movie was inspired by Christopher Lee's debut performance as the Count in The Horror of Dracula. See more »

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More Fun from Director Glut
3 September 2011 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

Revenge of Dracula, The (1958)

** 1/2 (out of 4)

Another fun monster movie from director Don Glut. This time out Dracula (Glut) brings the Frankenstein monster back to life but the vampire is in need of blood so he goes out to find a victim but the sun is about to rise. After murdering a man the others track Dracula back to the castle where they are attacked by the monster. This amateur movie might not have had a budget but at least it's maker knew the genre and loved it. As I went through these Glut shorts it became obvious that the man clearly had a great imagination and he wanted to put it to use showing off the type of films that he loved. For the most part this is another entertaining one as Glut actually does a pretty good job in the role of Dracula. He certainly had the right look and I enjoyed the walk and style that he brought to the role. Another major plus is that there were a couple neat tricks and especially what ends up happening to Dracula. The "effect" of what happens is obvious but it was still nicely done. At just under 6-minutes there's really not too much going on here in terms of story but if you're a fan of those classic Universal monster movies then you'll certainly want to check this out.


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