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Christopher Lee
 
Icons: Christopher Lee - The Satanic Rites Of Dracula
Icons: Christopher Lee - The Satanic Rites Of Dracula
Icons: Christopher Lee - The Satanic Rites Of Dracula

Icons: Christopher Lee – The Satanic Rites Of Dracula

This was the 7th and last time that Christopher Lee would play Dracula for Hammer, but not the last time he would play the Count (see the awful French comedy Dracula père et fils from 1976 for that) and not the last time that P...
 
Christopher Lee
 
Icons: Christopher Lee – Dracula AD 1972
Icons: Christopher Lee – Dracula AD 1972
Icons: Christopher Lee – Dracula AD 1972

Icons: Christopher Lee – Dracula AD 1972

Inevitably after five Dracula films for Hammer, a comedy horror in Italy called Uncle Was a Vampire (1959) and Count Dracula (1970) in Spain and Germany as well as a myriad of other vampire films and horror films that Chris Lee...
 

Christopher Lee
 
Icons: Christopher Lee – Scars of Dracula
Icons: Christopher Lee – Scars of Dracula
Icons: Christopher Lee – Scars of Dracula

Icons: Christopher Lee – Scars of Dracula

There is a noticeable difference in quality, or more accurately the drop in quality between the previous Hammer Dracula film, Taste the Blood of Dracula which had wrapped filming in December 1969 and Scars of Dracula which bega...
 
Christopher Lee
 
Icons: Christopher Lee – Count Dracula
Icons: Christopher Lee – Count Dracula
Icons: Christopher Lee – Count Dracula

Icons: Christopher Lee – Count Dracula

In 1970 Christopher Lee played Count Dracula no fewer than four times: two in Hammer films (Taste the Blood of Dracula and Scars of Dracula), appearing with Peter Cushing in a cameo role in the zany Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis ...
 

Christopher Lee
 
Icons: Christopher Lee - Taste The Blood Of Dracula
Icons: Christopher Lee - Taste The Blood Of Dracula
Icons: Christopher Lee - Taste The Blood Of Dracula

Icons: Christopher Lee – Taste The Blood Of Dracula

Taste the Blood of Dracula opens where Dracula Has Risen From the Grave left off, making this the fourth film in the Hammer/Lee franchise. A traveller (Roy Kinnear) is thrown out of a coach hurtling through a wood. He stumbles ...
 
Christopher Lee
 
Icons: Christopher Lee - Dracula Has Risen From The Grave Review
Icons: Christopher Lee - Dracula Has Risen From The Grave Review
Icons: Christopher Lee - Dracula Has Risen From The Grave Review

Icons: Christopher Lee – Dracula Has Risen From The Grave Review

In 1968 Hammer moved from its long standing studio at Bray in Buckinghamshire and found a new home at the bigger sprawling Pinewood Studios. For many this meant the beginning of the end for the family feel studio that many cons...
 

Christopher Lee
 
Icons: Christopher Lee - Dracula: Prince Of Darkness
Icons: Christopher Lee - Dracula: Prince Of Darkness
Icons: Christopher Lee - Dracula: Prince Of Darkness

Icons: Christopher Lee – Dracula: Prince Of Darkness

Dracula, Prince of Darkness was made in 1965, seven years after the original Hammer Dracula and released theatrically in January 1966. There is some continuity to the original, in spite of having a stop gap with the wonderful T...
 
Christopher Lee
 
Icons: Christopher Lee - Dracula
Icons: Christopher Lee - Dracula
Icons: Christopher Lee - Dracula

Icons: Christopher Lee – Dracula

When Hammer released their remake of Dracula in 1958 they promised more blood and bright colour than ever before and inevitably received an ‘X’ rating for their efforts (today its DVD release is a 12 cerificate). ]Hammer had be...