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Dracula A.D. 1972

AKA's: 1972: Dracula Colpisce Ancora! / Dracula 73 / Dracula Jagt Mini-Mädchen / Draculan Kosto / Dracula No Mundo Da Mini-Saia / Dracula Today
Dracula '72 (working title) / Dracula Chelsea '72 (working title)

Release date: 1972 UK
Running time: 92' (cover 92'/US 96') - Source: VHS PAL
Rating: Germ.: 16; UK: 18; US: PG
Main Crew: Director: Alan Gibson (Two Faces Of Evil 1980; The Satanic Rites Of Dracula 1973)
Producer: Hammer Film
Score: Michael Vickers
Writer: Don Houghton
Director of photography: Dick Bush


Summary: 1972 : Past 100 years of apparent death, Count Dracula (Christopher Lee) is reincarnated during a grisly Black Mess, held by a group of young people.
Soon, the King of Vampires starts to pick his victims from London's girls. The police turns to Professor Van Helsing (Peter Cushing), but doesn't believe his theories of vampirism.
When the number of murder heaps up among his niece's (Stephanie Beacham) friends, Van Helsing fears the worst. Armed with holy water, dagger and crucifix, he prepares himself to stop this bloodsucker.

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Despite its silly German release title (Dracula Jagt Mini-Mädchen/Dracula Chases The Mini Girls), this is not a comedy. You will find the usual fascinating imagery, as mostly when it comes from British Hammer Studios, and one of the most famous/notorious partnerships in film-history: Christopher Lee as the ruthless, bloodsucking Count, while Peter Cushing stars as his merciless counterpart. Don't miss this one, even when it takes place in "swinging 70's" London!

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