John Elder


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Frankenstein Created Woman (1967) - Healthy Young Girl Formerly dead, brunette, disfigured and disabled, Christina (Susan Denberg) is switched on by Frankenstein (Peter Cushing) and aide Hertz (Thorley Walters), and she has questions, in Hammer Films' Frankenstein Created Woman, 1967.
Frankenstein Created Woman (1967) - He Lives! Assistants Hans (Robert Morris) and Dr. Hartz (Thorley Walters) un-freeze Frankenstein (Peter Cushing) who explains he's getting into soul transplants, early in Hammer Films' Frankenstein Created Woman, 1967.
Dracula, Prince Of Darkness (1966) - 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.
Curse Of The Werewolf (1961) - Don't You Like Goose? Second scene, in which a beggar (Richard Wordsworth) in a Spanish town meets the notoriously cruel Marques Siniestro (Anthony Dawson) and his bride (Josephine Llewellyn), and a chef (Charles Lamb) and things get nasty, in Hammer Films’ Curse Of The Werewolf, 1961, featuring Oliver Reed.
Curse Of The Werewolf (1961) - I Dream I'm A Wolf Professor Carido (Clifford Evans) and servant Teresa (Hira Talfrey) puzzle over the wolf attacks in their 18th century Spanish village, worried that his semi-adopted son Leon (Justin Walters) might be involved, in Hammer Films’ Curse Of The Werewolf, 1961.
Curse Of The Werewolf (1961) - Does It Make Her Happy? We’ve finally met Oliver Reed, introduced after 50 minutes, in 18th century Spain, as now-grown Leon, whom we know has wolfy tendencies, taking a job with Fernando (Ewen Solon), meeting colleague Jose (Martin Matthews) and the owner’s daughter Cristina (Catherine Feller), in Curse Of The Werewolf, 1961.
Curse Of The Werewolf (1961) - She Lived Like An Animal The mute servant girl (Yvonne Romain) awakens after being attacked by the long-imprisoned beggar, whom she finds dead, then confronts the Spanish Marques (Anthony Dawson) who also attacked her, before she’s rescued by professor Carido (Clifford Evans), narrating, and Teresa (Hira Talfrey), in Curse Of The Werewolf, 1961.
Dracula Has Risen From The Grave (1969) - Bring Her To Me Now enslaved and not pleasing the Count (Christopher Lee), Zena (Barbara Ewing) obeys the order to fetch Maria (Veronica Carlson), dodging Paul (Barry Andrews), in Dracula Has Risen From The Grave, 1969, directed by Freddie Francis.
Dracula Has Risen From The Grave - You're Looking Pretty English-seeming youth frolic in a Carpathian pub, especially barmaid Zena (Barbara Ewing), ambitious student Paul (Barry Andrews) and virginal Maria (Veronica Carlson), in Hammer Films' Dracula Has Risen From The Grave, 1969.
Rasputin, The Mad Monk (1966) - I Am Lady In Waiting Summoned through her dreams, royal courtier Sonia (Barbara Shelley) succumbs still further to lustful Christopher Lee (title character), now lurking in Petersburg, in Rasputin -- The Mad Monk, 1966.
Rasputin, The Mad Monk (1966) - I Require No Reward Having begun his work at a distance, Christopher Lee (title character) ignores his bishop (Joss Ackland), acknowledges the Tsarina (Renee Asherson), and completes his cure of her son (Robert Duncan), in Hammer Films' Rasputin -- The Mad Monk, 1966.
Rasputin, The Mad Monk (1966) - Sickness In The House His first appearance, a burly Christopher Lee (title character) roars into a rural Russian inn and saves the wife of the keeper (Derek Francis), in Rasputin -- The Mad Monk, 1966, from Hammer Films.

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