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Date Posted: 23:40:48 10/07/11 Fri
Author: Tim
Subject: Re: Dracula-Prince of Darkness (a mini-review)
In reply to: Officer Torch 's message, "Dracula-Prince of Darkness (a mini-review)" on 13:51:01 10/07/11 Fri

A very good review, Officer Torch. Hammer definitely upped the ante in terms of violence and gore, compared to the Universals.

Top billed Christopher Lee doesn't have a lot of on screen time in this one, true.

I always enjoy seeing Andrew Keir as Father Sandor. A year or two later he would play Professor Quatermass in Hammer's Quatermass and the Pit, aka Five Million Years to Earth.


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