When Castle Dracula is exorcised by the Monsignor, it accidentally brings the Count back from the dead. Dracula follows the Monsignor back to his hometown, preying on the holy man's beautiful niece and her friends.
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|John D. Collins||...||
|George A. Cooper||...||
Farmer (as Chris Cunningham)
|Rest of cast listed alphabetically:|
First victim (uncredited)
Tavern Customer (uncredited)
Tavern Customer (uncredited)
|Anthony Hinds||...||(screenplay) (as John Elder)|
|Bram Stoker||...||(based on the character created by)|
|Arthur Grant||...||director of photography|
|James Needs||...||supervising editor|
|Wanda Kelley||...||hair stylist|
|Rosemarie McDonald Peattie||...||make-up (as Rosemarie McDonald-Peattie)|
|Christopher Sutton||...||production manager|
|Dennis Robertson||...||assistant director|
|Arthur Banks||...||construction manager|
|Bernard Robinson||...||supervising art director|
|Ken Rawkins||...||sound recordist|
|Wilfred Thompson||...||sound editor|
|Harry Fairbairn||...||boom operator (uncredited)|
|Frank George||...||special effects|
|Bert Luxford||...||special effects (uncredited)|
|James Snow||...||special effects (uncredited)|
|Peter Melrose||...||matte artist|
|Bob Cuff||...||matte artist (uncredited)|
|John Grant||...||matte camera (uncredited)|
|Peter Diamond||...||stunts (uncredited)|
|Eddie Powell||...||stunts (uncredited)|
|Moray Grant||...||camera operator|
|Peter Carmody||...||clapper loader (uncredited)|
|Jill Thompson||...||wardrobe mistress|
|Philip Martell||...||musical supervisor|
|Kevin Francis||...||runner (uncredited)|
|Stephen Frankfurt||...||Designer (uncredited)|
- Warner-Pathé Distributors (1968) (United Kingdom) (theatrical)
- Warner Bros./Seven Arts (1969) (United States) (theatrical)
- Warner-Tonefilm (1969) (Sweden) (theatrical)
- CBS (1972) (United States) (tv) (original airing)
- Mainostelevisio (MTV3) (1986) (Finland) (tv) (as MTV1)
- Warner Home Video (1993) (United States) (VHS)
- Chapel Distribution (1997) (Australia) (theatrical)
- Warner Home Video (2004) (Netherlands) (DVD)
- Warner Home Video (2004) (United States) (DVD)
- Warner Home Video (2005) (United States) (DVD)
- Warner Bros Pictures (1969) (India) (theatrical) (as Warner Bros. Seven Arts - F.E., Inc.)
- Warner Bros. (1972) (Spain) (theatrical)
- Warner Bros./Seven Arts (1969) (Netherlands) (theatrical)
- HBO Max (2020) (United States) (video) (VOD)
- Independent Television (ITV) (1992) (United Kingdom) (tv)
- Warner Home Video (2007) (Canada) (DVD) (4 film collection)
- Warner Home Video (1985) (West Germany) (VHS)
- Warner Home Video (1994) (Germany) (VHS)
- Warner Home Video (2004) (Germany) (DVD)
- Warner Home Video (2016) (Germany) (Blu-ray) (DVD)
- Warner Home Video (1988) (United Kingdom) (VHS) (Hammer Horror)
- Warner Home Video (2007) (United States) (DVD) (4 film collection)
- Warner Home Video (2015) (United States) (Blu-ray) (DVD)
- Warner Home Video (United States) (laserdisc)
- Technicolor (color)
|Taglines||The Most Horrific Dracula Film Ever Made - and HAMMER say so! See more »|
|Parents Guide||View content advisory »|
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|Cumulative Worldwide Gross||$922,595|
|Trivia||Sir Christopher Lee loved to recount the following tale: Hammer was given a Queen's Award to Industry while shooting the final scenes of Dracula impaled on the rocks, with a group of British government dignitaries watching as Lee thrashed around screaming and pouring with gore. After the scene wrapped, a minister turned to his wife and said, "That man is a member of my club." See more »|
|Goofs||When the village priest runs away from the Castle, he falls over and down a slope. When he hits the ground, you see blood on his forehead which subsequently disappears and reappears between shots. See more »|
|Movie Connections||Featured in Taste the Blood of Dracula (1970). See more »|
|Soundtracks||Students' Beer Song See more »|
[the Monsignor is asking Paul about his church affiliation]
I don't go to church, sir.
Monsignor Ernest Mueller: [Surprised] You don't go to church?
Paul: No, sir.
Monsignor Ernest Mueller: You're not a Protestant, are you?
Paul: No, sir.
Monsignor Ernest Mueller: Thank heaven for that!
Paul: [a bit hesitant] I am an atheist, sir.
Monsignor Ernest Mueller: [Taken aback] I beg your pardon?
Paul: I'm an atheist, sir.
Monsignor Ernest Mueller: You mean you deny the existence of God?
Paul: I don't deny it. I just don't believe it. It's my own opinion, sir.
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