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This uncut version restores two sequences missing from other prints:
1. The housekeeper of Callistratus having a needle inserted into her neck.
2. Carl the hunchback dribbling blood as he dies after being shot.
Tagline: He begins where Dracula left off!
Donald Wolfit .... Callistratus
Vincent Ball .... Dr. John Pierre
Barbara Shelley .... Madeleine Duval
Victor Maddern .... Carl
William Devlin .... Kurt Urach
Andrew Faulds .... Chief Guard Wetzler
Bryan Coleman .... Herr Auron
George Murcell .... First Guard
Julian Strange .... Second Guard
John Le Mesurier .... Chief Justice
Colin Tapley .... Commissioner of Prisons
John Stuart .... Uncle Phillippe
Henri Vidon .... Prof. Bernhardt Meinster (as Henry Vidon)
Cameron Hall .... The Drunken Doctor
Bernard Bresslaw .... Tall Sneakthief
A palatable combination of horror and science fiction, Blood of
the Vampire takes place in 19th century Transylvania-and never
mind that all the locals have cockney accents. British stage star
Donald Wolfit, who never spoke when shouting would do, plays
the vampiric Dr. Callistratus. Though we see Callistratus being
dispatched in traditional stake-through-the-heart fashion during
the opening credits, it isn't long before he returns to life, this time
in the guise of a prison warden. Using his criminally insane
charges as his guinea pigs, Callistratus drains their bodies of
blood in order to stay alive. In the film's incredibly busy climax,
Callistratus is prevented from carving up the toothsome Madeleine
(Barbara Shelley) by his hunchbacked assistant Carl (Victor
Maddern). We didn't see the kitchen sink, but we'll bet that that's
in here somewhere too. Often mistaken for a Hammer film
production (mainly because it was written by perennial Hammer
scrivener Jimmy Sangster), Blood of the Vampire was actually
produced by the short-lived Artistes Alliance Ltd.
Runtime: 87 min
Color: Color (Eastmancolor)
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