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Product Details

  • An MVD Exclusive
  • SKU: SEV10468BR
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • UPC: 760137104681
  • Street Date: 09/26/23
  • PreBook Date: 08/22/23
  • Label: Severin Films »
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Run Time: 99 mins
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Audio: STEREO
  • Year of Production: 1976
  • Region Code: 1
  • Box Lot: 30
  • Territory: NORTH AMERICA
  • Language: French

 

Cast & Crew

  • Actor: Christopher Lee
  • Actor: Bernard Menez
  • Actor: Marie-Hélène Breillat
  • Actor: Catherine Breillat
  • Actor: Mustapha Dali
  • Actor: Bernard Alane
  • Actor: Claude Génia
  • Actor: Jean-Claude Dauphin
  • Actor: Anna Gaël
  • Actor: Gérard Jugnot
  • Actor: Raymond Bussières
  • Director: Édouard Molinaro
  • Producer: Alain Poiré
  • Producers: Alain Poiré

 

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Dracula And Son

For his final screen appearance as Dracula, Christopher Lee stars in this 1976 comedy in which The Count and his son must survive the modern world.

Dracula And Son
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2-DISC COLLECTION FEATURING THE ORIGINAL DIRECTOR'S CUT AND THE U.S. THEATRICAL VERSION

For his tenth and final screen appearance as Dracula, Christopher Lee starred - speaking fluent French - in this slyly ingenious 1976 horror comedy based on a novel by Claude Klotz (THE HAIRDRESSER'S HUSBAND) and directed by Academy Award® nominee Édouard Molinaro (LA CAGE AUX FOLLES). But when the U.S. distributor re-cut and dubbed the film into a broad parody, it was deservedly met with universal disdain. Molinaro's Director's Cut can now be experienced for the first time ever in America, lovingly restored in 4K from the original negative with both French & English audio tracks. Bernard Menez (DAY FOR NIGHT), Marie-Hélène Breillat (LAST TANGO IN PARIS) and future writer/director Catherine Breillat (ANATOMY OF HELL) co-star in this "charming satire" (The Christopher Lee Filmography) featuring a sumptuous score by Vladimir Cosma (DIVA) and loaded with vintage & new Special Features.

Special Features

  • DISC 1
  • Audio Commentary With Christopher Lee Biographer Jonathan Rigby And Hammer Historian Kevin Lyons
  • Audio Commentary With Kat Ellinger, Author Of Daughters Of Darkness
  • Let The Son Shine In - Interview With Actor Bernard Menez
  • Archival French TV Interview With Christopher Lee
  • The Molinaro Tapes - Archival Audio Interview With Director Édouard Molinaro
  • Who Was Claude Klotz? - Filmmaker Patrice Leconte On His Three-Time Co-Writer And Author Of The Novel Paris Vampire
  • Archival Interview With Claude Klotz At A 1976 Presentation Of DRACULA AND SON In Marseille
  • Trailer
  • DISC 2
  • DRACULA AND SON (U.S. Version)
  • German Credit Sequences
  • TV Spot
  • Media

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    Bonus Materials

    • Audio Commentary With Christopher Lee Biographer Jonathan Rigby And Hammer Historian Kevin Lyons
    • Audio Commentary With Kat Ellinger, Author Of Daughters Of Darkness
    • Let The Son Shine In — Interview With Actor Bernard Menez
    • Archival French TV Interview With Christopher Lee
    • The Molinaro Tapes — Archival Audio Interview With Director Édouard Molinaro
    • Who Was Claude Klotz? — Filmmaker Patrice Leconte On His Three-Time Co-Writer And Author Of The Novel Paris Vampire
    • Archival Interview With Claude Klotz At A 1976 Presentation Of DRACULA AND SON In Marseille
    • Trailer
    • DRACULA AND SON (U.S. Version)
    • German Credit Sequences
    • TV Spot

    Sales Points

    • For fans of COUNT DRACULA
    • For fans of UNCLE WAS A VAMPIRE
    • For fans of Hammer films
    • For fans of horror comedies

    Press Quotes

    A Christopher Lee gem... Lee is every bit as grandiose as his Hammer performances. That said, he's not above some genuinely hysterical moments.

         —Mondo Exploito

    Scenes that will delight vampire fans, presented with an obvious wink.

         —Cine Magazine

      

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