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Dracula and Son (1976)

Have I ever seen this French import that cast Christopher Lee in the title role after his days with Hammer Films were through?  Kind of. Years ago this would play on the one French channel we would get in Southern Ontario here in Canada. 637 more words

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Blood and Cheese...

From the Diary of Doctor J. Watson

In that few seconds of darkness I fancied I could see some monstrous beast crawling from the coffin, clawing its way to where we stood and opening its vast vampire mouth ready to sink its… 1,686 more words

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The Vampire Lestrade...

From the Diary of Doctor J. Watson

It was still only mid-morning when we landed in Purfleet. The pilot put us down in a field a mile or so west of Carfax, so as ‘Not to alert Mister Dracula to your presence.’ He took off again immediately, leaving us to hump our luggage to a nearby cheese shop where I gave the proprietor a few pennies to look after it until we returned. 759 more words

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To Londen...

From the Diary of Doctor J. Watson

By the time we reached the terminal, there was no sign of the Count and his carriage. Nevertheless, we could not afford to bask in our petites gloires. 905 more words

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The Night Visitor...

From the Diary of Doctor J. Watson

Our journey to the first interchange was a short one, but from there onwards, each cable car covered three or four miles, allowing us to make good time. 1,378 more words

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Flying Tonight...

From the Diary of Doctor J. Watson

“Quickly, Watson, there’s not a moment to lose.” Holmes ran to the window, then turned and ran to the door, then turned and ran to the big comfy chair by the fire and sat down. 964 more words

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A Rush of Blood...

From the Diary of Doctor J. Watson

As I took in the sight before us, I realised that a supreme effort would be required in order to drag my eyes away from the bizarre scene. 1,201 more words

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