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100 Years Of Horror: The Count And Company

AKA's: 100 Years Of Horror: Dracula And The Vampires / 100 Years Of Horror: Vampires

Genre: Documentary

Release Date: 1996 USA
Running time: 48' (cover 50') - Source: VHS NTSC
Rating: US: NR
Main Crew: Director: Ted Newsom (Flesh And Blood: The Hammer Heritage Of Horror 1994;
               Dracula: A Cinematic Scrapbook 1991; Evil Spawn 1987)
Producer: Passport International
Score: n/a
Writer: Ted Newsom
Director of photography: Tee Bosustow


Summary: In the movies, vampires have assumed as many different shapes as they do in reality. Variations run through the tapestry of terror films like dark crimson threads: vampiric men, women and children... blood-drinking vegetable men from outer space... even entire planets of vampires! This program examines in depth the impact of the "Dracula" or "vampire" character throughout a century of moviemaking. Included are rare, previously unseen clips featuring the great Bela Lugosi, the screen's most famous Count Dracula, as well as such legendary screen bloodsuckers as Christopher Lee, John Carradine, Lon Chaney Jr., and many others!
It's a complete examination of a hundred years of "walking dead" on the silver screen, hosted by Christopher Lee.
Note: - This is an episode from the 13-part TV-series about the different monsters from film history, divided into sub-genres within the horror film such as witches, werevolves, dinosaurs, Frankenstein, vampires, etc.
- Most of the featured clips, if not all, come from movie trailers rather than the films themselves.

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