Brides of Dracula
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- Released in 1960 | Color | Running Time: 85 Min.
- Production Co: Hammer Films | Distribution Co: Universal Pictures
- Directed by Terence Fisher
- Written by Jimmy Sangster, Peter Bryan & Edward Percy
- Starring Peter Cushing, Freda Jackson, Martita Hunt, Yvonne Monlaur, Miles Malleson, Henry Oscar, David Peel, Victor Brooks, Mona Washbourne, Michael Ripper, Andree Melly
- Produced by Anthony Hinds & Anthony Nelson-Keys
- Original Music by Malcolm Williamson
- Cinematography by Jack Asher
- Film Editing by Alfred Cox & James Needs
Also Known As
- Les Maitresses De Dracula (France) | Las Novias De Dracula (Spain) | Le Spose De Dracula (Italy) | Dracula: Blodtörstig Vampyr (Sweden) | Dracula Und Seine Bräute (Germany) | O Exorkistis Tou Drakoula (Greece) | As Noivas de Drácula (Brazil)
- He turned innocent beauty into unspeakable horror! | The most evil Dracula of all!
The Brides of Dracula is a 1960 British Hammer Horror film directed by Terence Fisher. It is a sequel to Hammer's original Horror of Dracula (USA: Horror of Dracula) (1958). Alternative working titles were Dracula 2 and Disciple Of Dracula. Dracula does not appear in the film (Christopher Lee would reprise his role in the 1966 Dracula: Prince of Darkness) and is mentioned only twice, once in the prologue, once by Van Helsing.