- SKU: 29843294
- Release Date: 12/15/2015
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- A conversation with Jack Taylor
- Audio commentary with horror historian David Del Valle and actress Maria Rohm
- Beloved Count - interview with director Jess Franco
- Christopher Lee reads Bran Stoker's Dracula
- Cuadecuc, Vampir-
- German trailer
- Handsome Harker - interview with actor Fred Williams
- Pere Portabella's expressionistic behind-the-scenes feature film B&W/1971/75 mins
- Stake Holders - an appreciation of Jess Franco's Count Dracula by filmmaker Christophe Gans
This doggedly faithful adaptation of Bram Stoker's novel about a vampiric nobleman was helmed by cult director Jesus Franco. Despite its textual loyalty and atmospheric photography by Manuel Merino, the film -- a co-production from Spain, Italy, Germany, and Liechtenstein -- is plodding and dull. Even Christopher Lee (in an uncharacteristically weak performance as Dracula), Klaus Kinski (as the mad Renfield), and seven credited screenwriters cannot make this confused, distant film worthwhile. Cult filmmaker Bruno Mattei edited the Italian version, and scenes were later used in Calvin Floyd's In Search of Dracula. Among several different versions are prints running 100, 98, and 86 minutes. Franco appears as a servant to Professor Van Helsing (Herbert Lom), and though certainly literate, the film nevertheless fails as both horror and drama. ~ Robert Firsching, Rovi
Cast & Crew
- Christopher Lee - Count Dracula
- Klaus Kinski - Renfield
- Soledad Miranda - Lucy
- Maria Rohm - Mina
- Herbert Lom - Van Helsing