Dracula: Prince of Darkness

UK 1966

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Dracula: Prince of Darkness
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Directed by Terence Fisher

Two couples traveling in eastern Europe decide to visit Carlstad despite dire local warnings. Left outside the village by a coachman terrified at the approach of night, they find themselves in the local castle and are surprised at the hospitality extended by the sinister Klove. It turns out the owner, Count Dracula, dead for ten years, has been hoping for such a visit.
Christopher Lee as Count Dracula
Barbara Shelley as Helen Kent
Andrew Keir as Father Sandor
Francis Matthews as Charles Kent
Suzan Farmer as Diana Kent
Charles 'Bud' Tingwell as Alan Kent (as Charles Tingwell)
Thorley Walters as Ludwig
Philip Latham as Klove
Walter Brown as Brother Mark
George Woodbridge as Landlord
Jack Lambert as Brother Peter

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