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Dracula, Prince Of Darkness (1966) -- (Movie Clip) Luxury Of A Warm Posterior Some foreboding, as bothered Abbot Shandor (Andrew Keir) comes upon English tourists (Barbara Shelley, Francis Matthews, Charles Tingwell, Suzan Farmer) in a Carpathian pub, early in Hammer Films' Dracula, Prince Of Darkness, 1966.
Dracula, Prince Of Darkness (1966) -- (Movie Clip) The Obscene Cult Ominous narration from Hammer Films, recapping the previous vampire film Horror Of Dracula, in which Peter Cushing (as Van Helsing) kills off Dracula (Christopher Lee), opening Dracula, Prince Of Darkness, 1966.
Dracula, Prince Of Darkness -- (Movie Clip) Your Husband... Servant Klove (Philip Latham) sprinkles his master's ashes with the blood of a house-guest, fetches his wife Helen (Barbara Shelley) at which point the star (Christopher Lee) finally appears, in Hammer Films' Dracula, Prince Of Darkness, 1966.
Dracula's Daughter (1936) -- (Movie Clip) My Mistress Is An Artist In foggy London Sandor (Irivng Pichel), aide to the title character, solicits pretty vagrant Lili (Nan Gray) as a model for Countess Marya (Gloria Holden) who, it turns out, has not quite overcome her cravings after all, in Universal's Dracula's Daughter, 1936.
Nosferatu (1922) -- (Movie Clip) Opening, A Symphony Of Horror Following notes on the Kino restoration, opening credits and introduction of Hutter (Gustav von Waggenheim) and wife (Greta Schroeder), in F.W. Murnau's Nosferatu, 1922, starring Max Schreck, freely adapted from Bram Stoker's "Dracula."
Nosferatu (1922) -- (Movie Clip) Perhaps A Little Blood Hutter (Gustav von Wangenheim) meets the decidedly twisted estate agent Knock (Alexander Granach) who clearly knows more about mysterious Count Orlok than he's letting on, in F.W. Murnau's Nosferatu, 1922.
Nosferatu (1922) -- (Movie Clip) I'm Going Below Brave sea captain Demeter (Max Nemetz) decides he'll have to inspect the cargo, whereupon Count Orlok (Max Schreck) emerges, in a famous bit from F.W. Murnau's Nosferatu, 1922.
Nosferatu (1922) -- (Movie Clip) Eerie Visions Even the horses wear hoods as Hutter (Gustav von Wangenheim), abandoned by his escort as he enters Transylvania, proceeds toward the castle where he meets Count Orlok (Max Schreck) in F.W. Murnau's Nosferatu, 1922.
Dracula's Daughter (1936) -- (Movie Clip) What Do You See In My Eyes? The evening after she’s gratefully buried her father, staked through the heart, Countess Marya (Gloria Holden, title character) believes she’s free but Sandor (Irving Pichel), her assistant (or something?) has doubts, and she decides to go out, in Universal’s Dracula’s Daughter. 1936.
Horror Of Dracula (1958) -- (Movie Clip) Opening Two simple shots, the opening from Hammer Films’ Horror Of Dracula, 1958, only the studio’s second color horror film and the international hit that led to the studio’s commitment to the genre, starring Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee.
Horror Of Dracula (1958) -- (Movie Clip) Get Some Color Back Into Those Cheeks Without revealing that he’s a vampire hunter, Van Helsing (Peter Cushing, not seen here) has just told Arthur and Mina (Michael Gough, Melissa Stribling) of the death of Harker, fiancè to his sister Lucy (Carol Marsh), who has strangely taken ill, in Hammer Films’ Horror Of Dracula, 1958.
Dracula (1931) -- The Coach From Count Dracula? Director Tod Browning’s camera plunges into Transylvania and the first appearance of Bela Lugosi, though not his first Hollywood picture, in the title role, and Dwight Frye as English realtor Renfield, not as yet worried about his client having sent the coach to meet him at midnight, in Dracula, 1931.