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The Return of Dracula(1958)

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  • A GOOD 1958 Dracula-in-a-small-Amercan-town MOVIE

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    • 6/20/14

    Francis Lederer is perfect as Count Drac...a cousin from the Baltics who shows up in a wee California town circa 1958. He has the menacing look of a gothic vampire, with a rocker flair. There's a doo wap look about him, but make no mistake, he's no poser. Instead of an overdose of special effects, this story is told chillingly with excellent B&W cinematography and good acting. In this case, Dracula has very hypnotic eyes and voice; he gets his victims in his thrall and they become the working-class undead. He's the district manager. The two leads are very convincing and I jumped more than once; it's a small movie but quite a good one.

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