Scars of Dracula is a 1970 horror movie directed by Roy Ward Baker that is a sequel to 1968's Taste The Blood of Dracula. When a bat drops blood on his dusty remains, the vampire Dracula (Christopher Lee) arises once more to bring terror and bloodshed to Transylvania. Paul Carlson (Christopher Matthews) flees from a lover's enraged father only to end up at Dracula's castle, where he is imprisoned and fed upon. Simon Carlson (Dennis Waterman), Paul's brother, and his fiancee Sarah Framsen (Jenny Hanely) go to Transylvania and enter Dracula's castle to find Paul. Dracula's servant, Klove (Patrick Troughton), infatuated with beautiful Sarah due to a photograph that he saw in Paul's locket, tries to help the couple. But when Dracula sets his lecherous sights on Sarah, he will stop at nothing to have her. Paul must desperately find a way to save the woman he loves and destroy the bloodsucker at last.