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Taste the Blood of Dracula


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Horror starring
Christopher Lee
Ralph Bates
Lord Courtley, penniless scion of an aristocratic British family, and a secret disciple of Count Dracula, desperately wants three priceless items belonging to the dreaded vampire. He induces three pillars of the community to purchase them on his behalf by promising the fulfilment of their secret lusts.
Director Peter Sasdy
0 FILMS: pages 41-48


Unknown: Christopher Lee
Unknown: Ralph Bates
Director: Peter Sasdy
Dracula: Christopher Lee
Lord Courtley: Ralph Bates
William Hargood: Geoffrey Keen
Martha Hargood: Gwen Watfod
Alice Hargood: Linda Hayden
Samuel Paxton: Peter Sallis
Paul Paxton: Anthony Corlan
Lucy Paxton: Isla Blair
Jonathan Seeker: John Carson
Jeremy Seeker: Martin Jarvis

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Taste the Blood of Dracula

BBC One London, 29 September 1991 0.05

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