Dracula Has Risen from the Grave

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Released 1968

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Director:
Freddie Francis
Released:
1968
Rating:
G
Dracula Has Risen from the Grave is a British horror film released in 1969. This movie is a sequel to the 1966 film "Prince of Darkness," where Dracula (Christopher Lee) was entombed in an icy river for eternity. In this sequel, it is a year later and Monsignor Ernest Mueller (Rupert Davies) is making a routine visit to the middle-European village of Kleinberg to check on the church following Dracula's demise. Finding things not to his liking, the Monsignor climbs the hill with the village priest (Ewan Hooper) to Dracula's castle to perform an exorcism. The priest chickens out and the Monsignor continues, performs the ritual and seals the castle doors with a cross. The priest falls, cracking open his head and drips blood on the river right above the grave of Dracula, resurrecting him. When Dracula discovers his castle sealed, he decides to get his revenge by making the Monsignor's niece, Maria (Veronica Carlson) his bride. The film was directed by Freddie Francis and written by Anthony Hinds, based on a character created by Bram Stoker. Other actors include Barbara Ewing, Barry Andrews, Marian Mathie and Michael Ripper.moreless
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