The Brides of Dracula

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The Brides of Dracula is a 1960 film about a vampire who stalks the students at a remote girl's school.

Directed by Terence Fisher. Written by Jimmy Sangster, Peter Bryan, and Edward Percy.
In the privacy of a girls' school he sought his prey - turning innocent beauty into a thing of unspeakable horror!  (taglines)

Narrator[edit]

  • Transylvania, land of dark forests, dread mountains and black, unfathomed lakes. Still the home of magic and devilry as the nineteenth century draws to it's close. Count Dracula, monarch of all vampires, is dead, but his disciples live on, to spread the cult and corrupt the world.

Other[edit]

  • Gina: [resurrected as a vampire] Marianne... my darling Marianne... you haven't forgotten your little Gina? Put you arms around me, please, I want to kiss you, Marianne. Please be kind to me. Say that you forgive me for letting him love me.

Dialogue[edit]

Marianne Danielle: Then that poor prisoner, in the tower. He is your son?
Baroness Meinster: He was my son. Now he is only... a beast of the night.
Marianne Danielle: [gasps] You locked him away? Your own son? Because he is... unholy? Oh, this I cannot understand. How can you be so cruel?
Baroness Meinster: You are judging me, child. Sleep before you pass sentence.

Hans, a Villager: Why can't she lie in peace, like all the rest?
The Cure, Father Stepnik: Because she is not like all the rest!

Baroness Meinster: Who is it that is not afraid?
Dr. J. Van Helsing: Only God has no fear.
Baroness Meinster: Why have you come here?
Dr. J. Van Helsing: To find your son.
Baroness Meinster: Then you know who I am?
Dr. J. Van Helsing: I know who you were.

Greta: [Laughs at Helsing while flanked by the now vamped Gina and village girl] Go on, get him! Obey your master, take him! Take him!

Taglines[edit]

  • In the privacy of a girls' school he sought his prey - turning innocent beauty into a thing of unspeakable horror!

Cast[edit]

External links[edit]

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