Dracula is resurrected, preying on four unsuspecting visitors to his castle.
|克里斯托弗·李 (Christopher Lee)||饰||Dracula|
|芭芭拉·谢莉 (Barbara Shelley)||饰||Helen|
|Andrew Keir||饰||Father Sandor|
|弗朗西斯·马修斯 (Francis Matthews)||饰||Charles|
NOTE: Sequel to "The Horror of Dracula" (1958).It is 10 years after the demise of Dracula, but local burials sill involve staking the heart of the suspiciously dead and burying them in unhallowed ground. This angers Father Sandor [Andrew Kier], abbot of Kleinberg Monastery, who is attempting to embarrass the locals into realizing the foolishness of their superstitions now that Dracula is dead. After stopping one such blasphemous burial, Fr Sandor stops at the local inn where he meets the English Kents--Charles [Francis Matthews], his brother Alan [Charles Tingwell], and their wives, Diana [Suz…
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- 声音混合： Mono (RCA Sound Recording)
- 纵横比：2.35 : 1
|出品公司||Associated British Productions (ABP) (presents) (as Associated British Productions Limited)|
|Hammer Films (as A Hammer Film Production)|
|发行公司||Classic Films Distribución (2017) (Theatrical) (Spain)|
|i-catcher media (2 discs) (2010) (DVD) (Germany)|
|Videolog (VHS) (United Kingdom)|
|EMS (2003) (DVD) (Germany)|
|Lumiere Pictures (1993) (VHS) (United Kingdom)|
|Centfox (1966) (Theatrical) (West Germany)|
- Filmed back-to-back with 拉斯普廷：魔僧 (1966), using many of the same cast members and sets.
- In the scene where Dracula is being "resurrected" from a coffin into which his ashes have been spread, from blood dripping down from a poor victim (provided by Klove) Dracula is made to "manifest himself" over a period of about a minute. This was achieved by overlapping "dissolves" of a series of twelve locked-down camera shots, involving first the ashes, then a skeleton, then some body-fat on the skeleton, et cetera, along with swirling mist, until we finally perceive the full form of Dracula. He doesn't appear fully dressed as is usually the case. The shot moves to outside the coffin and a bare arm reaches out. The vampire's clothes were seen in earlier scenes awaiting his return.
- Sir 克里斯托弗·李 said he found the lines given to his character so awful, that he chose to play it silently. According to Screenwriter 吉米·桑斯特, Lee is misremembering this, as Sangster claims he wrote no dialogue for Dracula in the movie.