Dracula Has Risen from the Grave

1968 film by Freddie Francis

Dracula Has Risen from the Grave is a 1968 film in which Dracula plots his revenge against the Monsignor who performed the rites to exorcise his castle by attempting to make the holy man's young niece his bride.

Directed by Freddie Francis. Written by Anthony Hinds.
He lives! They die! Christopher Lee as the fanged undead.  (taglines)

DraculaEdit

  • [to Maria] Now my revenge is complete.

DialogueEdit

Dracula: There is a girl...
Zena: What girl?
Dracula: The niece of the monsignor.
Zena: [with disgust] Maria?
Dracula: Bring her to me.
Zena: But what do you want her for? You've got me!
Dracula: [slaps her in the face] Bring her to me!

Paul: I don't go to church, sir.
Monsignor Ernst Mueller: You don't go to church?
Paul: No, sir.
Monsignor Ernst Mueller: You're not a Protestant, are you?
Paul: No, sir.
Monsignor Ernst Mueller: Thank heaven for that!
Paul: I am an atheist, sir.
Monsignor Ernst Mueller: I beg your pardon?

TaglinesEdit

  • He lives! They die! Christopher Lee as the fanged undead.

CastEdit

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