Dracula and Son
Christopher Lee dons the Count’s legendary cape once again for this satirical French-made entry in the vampire genre (titled Dracula and Son for American release). It seems Dracula’s son (Bernard Ménez) is a bit reluctant to carry on the family’s blood-drinking tradition on account of severe squeamishness…
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What we have here is a fantastic looking English custom subtitled print of the 90 min + version of Dracula and Son, which was butchered of it’s runtime and satire for it’s American release.
Christopher Lee dons the Count’s legendary cape once again for this satirical French-made entry in the vampire genre (titled Dracula and Son for American release). It seems Dracula’s son (Bernard Ménez) is a bit reluctant to carry on the family’s blood-drinking tradition on account of severe squeamishness. This understandable rift is widened when the Dracula family is banished from Romania by the new communist regime, and they end up traveling their separate ways — Ménez goes to France, while Lee, oddly enough, finds a lucrative career in British horror films (perish the thought!). They are reunited again at the premiere of one such film, where they meet and fall in love with the same woman). Directed by Edouard Molinaro, known best for his international comedy hit La Cage aux Folles, this was a very witty film prior to its decimation by an uncaring American distributor, who not only excised many of the jokes but also replaced them with horribly-written, sophomoric gags.
Dracula père et fils
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