Dracula Has Risen from the Grave

Dracula Has Risen from the Grave

Director: Freddie Francis Cast: Christopher Lee, Rupert Davies, Veronica Carlson


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When a young girl is found hanging in the local church with fang marks in her neck, the townsfolk immediately suspect Dracula (Christopher Lee) is behind the evil deed. Although he has supposedly been dead for quite some time, the vile vampire is the prime suspect. The Monsignor (Rupert Davies) is called in to exorcise the local castle where Dracula once lived. The diabolical Dracula forces the holy man's assistant to help him in his thirst for blood. His next victim is the Monsignor's niece, who works at the local pub. The prince of darkness meets his demise when he is impaled on a crucifix -- at least until he can find another script that he and his agent can agree on. ~ Daniel Gelb

Product Details

Release Date: 10/06/2015
UPC: 0883929458721
Original Release: 1968
Source: Warner Home Video
Time: 1:32:00
Sales rank: 20,130

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Christopher Lee Dracula
Rupert Davies Monsignor
Veronica Carlson Maria
Barbara Ewing Zena
Barry Andrews Paul
Ewan Hooper Priest
Marion Mathie Anna
Michael Ripper Max
George A. Cooper Landlord
Norman Bacon Boy
Chris Cunningham Farmer

Technical Credits
Freddie Francis Director
James Bernard Score Composer
John Elder Screenwriter
Frank George Special Effects
Arthur Grant Cinematographer
Anthony Hinds Screenwriter
James Needs Editor
Spencer Reeve Editor
Dennis Robertson Asst. Director
Bernard Robinson Art Director
Aida Young Producer

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Dracula Has Risen from the Grave 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This was Christopher Lee's third Hammer Dracula film and is probably the series' most vivid entry. Although the action is confined to a small Transylvanian village and the protagonists are callow youths, the movie achieves an exciting level of melodrama. Oscar-winning cinematographer Freddie Francis ('Sons and Lovers') is at the director's helm and shoots the film in bright colors and maintains a quick pace. Lee plays the Count as a vengeful monster who seems to be taking great pleasure in draining the local women. This film features more of the great James Bernard music that underscored the best films in the series, an attractive cast, and two of Hammer Film's most famous shots. So free up 90 minutes and settle-in for a bloody good time.
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