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Countess Dracula(1970)

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  • One of Hammer's BEST

    • el debbo
    • 5/20/16

    This excellent movie stars the luscious Ingrid Pitt...she was in several Hammer movies at the time when they began to meld eroticisim with vampyrism. She's buxom and proud of it, some of her outfits are split to the navel. I was fascinated by the looks of Nigel Green in this film...he plays Countess Dracula's henchman. His face is that of an ancient Saxon-Brit and they have his beard and hair so coifed and angular---all I can say is it's really entrancing.He is a stunning, wolf-like man and looks like no one else.The score of this film is very good, and production values are superb. The castle, the surrounding forest, all the coaches, the wenches, the Countess---who ages and then becomes young after a refreshing blood bath-- all are convincing. Overall, it has a kind of lush, dark beauty... as it should. Rating : 5 tarnished Carpathian stars.

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