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The Return of Dracula (1958) was a Horror - Thriller/Suspense Film directed by Paul Landres and produced by Arthur Gardner and Jules V. Levy.

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Silver Bullets #2 THE RETURN OF DRACULA

By Terry Sherwood on Sep 14, 2014 From Nitrate from the Grave

I read about this picture in Famous Monsters of Film Land magazine, wished to see it then, and waited years to accomplish this. THE RETURN OF DRACULA, or CURSE OF DRACULA, had the unfortunate timing of being made and released shortly before Hammer released DRACULA (HORROR OF DRACULA) in 1958. This ... Read full article


Silver Bullets #2 THE RETURN OF DRACULA

By Terry Sherwood on Sep 14, 2014 From Nitrate from the Grave

I read about this picture in Famous Monsters of Film Land magazine, wished to see it then, and waited years to accomplish this. THE RETURN OF DRACULA, or CURSE OF DRACULA, had the unfortunate timing of being made and released shortly before Hammer released DRACULA (HORROR OF DRACULA) in 1958. This ... Read full article


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Count Dracula, posing as Bellac Gordal: There is only one reality, Rachel: Death. I have come to bring you Death.


Rachel Mayberry: They've found out about Jennie. They're waiting for her.
Count Dracula, posing as Bellac Gordal: O yes? Well let them find her. She has fulfilled her purpose. We shall never be touched. The world shall spin and they all, all shall die. But not we.
Rachel Mayberry: I... I don't know.
Count Dracula, posing as Bellac Gordal: You only fear the unknown. Only this casing, this clumsy flesh stands between you and me. You are already balanced between two worlds. Eternity awaits you now.


Rachel Mayberry: What are you?
Count Dracula, posing as Bellac Gordal: I think you know. I think you remember.


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Facts about

This film was first released as the top half of a double bill with The Flame Barrier.
Ray Stricklyn noted in his autobiography "Angels & Demons" that co-star Norma Eberhardt had one blue eye and one brown eye. If you look carefully at a few of her closeups, even in this black and white film, you can notice the difference.
The Hammer classic "Horror of Dracula" was issued shortly after this low budget black and white feature, quickly forgotten in the wake of Christopher Lee's successful portrayal in vivid color.
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