Overview

Whilst vacationing in the Carpathian Mountain, two couples stumble across the remains of Count Dracula's castle. The Count's trusted servant kills one of the men, suspending the body over the Count's ashes so that the blood drips from the corpse and saturates the blackened remains. The ritual is completed, the Count revived and his attentions focus on the dead man's wife who is to become his partner; devoted to an existence of depravity and evil.

  1. Bram Stoker

    Characters

  2. Terence Fisher

    Director

  3. Jimmy Sangster

    Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Christopher Lee

    Christopher Lee

    Count Dracula

  2. Barbara Shelley

    Barbara Shelley

    Helen Kent

  3. Andrew Keir

    Andrew Keir

    Father Sandor

  4. Francis Matthews

    Francis Matthews

    Charles Kent

  5. Suzan Farmer

    Suzan Farmer

    Diana Kent

Full Cast & Crew

Dracula: Prince of Darkness
Dracula: Prince of Darkness

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Status Released

Release Information

  • January 12, 1966
    Theatrical

    Meaning

Original Language English

Runtime 1h 30m

Budget $280,379.00

Revenue $364,937.00

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