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[Movie Review] Dracula (1958)

Hammer Films Production , dir: Terence Fisher, 82 minutes

By Nathan Rexter

★★★★☆

Dracula has been portrayed by so many different actors in so many different eras in film, television, and theatre that, like with Batman and James Bond, everyone has a favourite version. 635 more words

Christopher Lee

Episode 18 - Hammer Time

It’s Hammer time! 

On this episode, we’re covering two films starring the late, great Peter Cushing from the legendary Hammer Studios: Frankenstein Created Woman (1967) and The Legend of the 7 Golden Vampires (1974). 148 more words

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Cash on Demand (1961)

Harry Fordyce (Peter Cushing!) manages a London bank. His micro-managing and general fastidiousness put him at odds with his staff who he belittles every chance he gets. 357 more words

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Never Take Sweets From a Stranger (1960)

Wow.  Where do I begin?

Peter and Sally Carter (Patrick Allen, Gwen Watford) return home from a reception given to welcome Peter as the new high school principal.  478 more words

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These Are the Damned (1963)

Simon Wells (Macdonald Carey) meets lovely Joan (Shirley Anne Field) on the street in a British seaside town and the two walk together toward a pub. 624 more words

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Stop Me Before I Kill (1960)

British race car driver Alan Colby (Ronald Lewis) and his new bride, Denise (Diane Cilento) get into a nasty car wreck on their honeymoon.  The accident leaves another driver dead and Alan with a severe head injury.  321 more words

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Horror of Dracula

Horror of Dracula – 1958 – England

Horror of Dracula (known as Dracula outside of the United States) is the third filmic adaptation of Bram Stoker’s novel… 208 more words

1950s