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Horror of Dracula is a horror film by Hammer Film Productions, released in 1958. Its real name is simply just Dracula, but to avoid confusion, we'll be using the title that it was released under in the US. It stars Sir Christopher Lee as the eponymous Count and Peter Cushing as Van Helsing, roles for which they'd both remembered for a long time. Lee would later come to resent his role because of increasingly inferior sequels and to this day refuses to talk about it.

A very loose adaptation of the Bram Stoker novel, the film opens with Jonathan Harker arriving in the Castle Dracula. He has come to destroy Dracula, but the plan falls through and he becomes a victim of the Count. Shortly after, Van Helsing arrives to investigate...

The film was continued in The Brides of Dracula. Christopher Lee would return to reprise his role in the subsequent Dracula: Prince of Darkness.

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