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  • An MVD Exclusive
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • SKU: SEV10463BR
  • UPC: 760137104636
  • Street Date: 07/26/22
  • PreBook Date: 06/21/22
  • Label: Severin Films »
  • Genre: Horror
  • Run Time: 465 mins
  • Number of Discs: 7
  • Audio: STEREO
  • Year of Production: 1959
  • Region Code: 1
  • Box Lot: 14
  • Territory: NORTH AMERICA
  • Language: English

 

Cast & Crew

  • Actor: Christopher Lee
  • Actor: Renato Rascel
  • Actor: Sylva Koscina
  • Actor: Lia Zoppelli
  • Actor: Kai Fischer
  • Actor: Franco Scandurra
  • Actor: Carl Wery
  • Actor: Antje Geerk
  • Actor: Federico Collino
  • Actor: Susanne Loret
  • Actor: Angelo Zanolli
  • Actor: Franco Giacobini
  • Actor: Adrian Hoven
  • Actor: Marisa Mell
  • Actor: Pinkas Braun
  • Actor: Christiane Nielsen
  • Actor: Eric Pohlmann
  • Actor: Fritz Rasp
  • Actor: Wolfgang Büttner
  • Actor: Herbert A.E. Böhme
  • Actor: Günther Jerschke
  • Actor: Sigrid von Richthofen
  • Actor: Hans Paetsch
  • Actor: Edgar Wenzel
  • Actor: Klaus Kinski
  • Actor: Eddi Arent
  • Actor: Joan Collins
  • Actor: Herbert Lom
  • Actor: Jane Birkin
  • Actor: Robert Hardy
  • Actor: Jean Marsh
  • 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: Bruce Boa
  • Actor: Alexis Denisof
  • Actor: Stacia Burton
  • Actor: Kieron Jecchinis
  • Actor: Jeff Harding
  • Actor: Kate Harper
  • Actor: Garrick Hagon
  • Actor: Marie Stillin
  • Actor: Bill Bailey
  • Actor: William Brand
  • Director: Steno
  • Director: Helmuth Ashley
  • Director: Don Sharp
  • Director: Édouard Molinaro
  • Director: Markus Innocenti
  • Director: Eddie Arno
  • Producer: Mario Cecchi Gori
  • Producer: Horst Wendlandt
  • Producer: James Hannah Jr.
  • Producer: Alain Poiré
  • Producer: Tom Reeve
  • Director: Helmuth Ashley, Don Sharp, Édouard Molinaro, Steno, Markus Innocenti, Eddie Arno
  • Producers: Horst Wendlandt, Tom Reeve, Alain Poiré, Mario Cecchi Gori, James Hannah Jr.

 

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The Eurocrypt Of Christopher Lee Collection 2

Eurocrypt Collection 2 presents five of the most unexpected, underrated and underseen films of Christopher Lee's European career.

The Eurocrypt Of Christopher Lee Collection 2
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Eurocrypt Collection 2 presents five of the most unexpected, underrated and underseen films of the iconic actor's European career. Immediately following HORROR OF DRACULA, Lee reprised the role in the quirky 1959 Italian comedy UNCLE WAS A VAMPIRE. Lee speaks fluent German opposite Klaus Kinski for the crazed 1962 krimi THE SECRET OF THE RED ORCHID. In the 1974 UK psycho-thriller DARK PLACES, Lee toplines a cast that includes Joan Collins, Herbert Lom and Jane Birkin. Lee's final performance as The Count in the 1976 French comedy DRACULA AND SON can at last be seen in its superior Director's Cut, while the ultra-rare 1989 Dutch drama MURDER STORY brings Lee into the sex shops of Amsterdam. Each film has been remastered from original negative materials with over 15 total hours of trailers, commentaries, alternate cuts, vintage interviews and new featurettes, plus the DRACULA AND SON soundtrack and an all-new 100-page book by Lee biographer Jonathan Rigby.

SPECIAL FEATURES

UNCLE WAS A VAMPIRE

  • Interview With Iannone
  • Alternate Cut
  • Alternate Cut Commentary By Jonathan Rigby & Kevin Lyons
  • THE SECRET OF THE RED ORCHID

  • Commentary By Nathaniel Thompson & Troy Howarth
  • Commentary By Kim Newman & Barry Forshaw
  • DARK PLACES

  • Commentary By Nathaniel Thompson & Troy Howarth
  • Interview With Jonathan Rigby
  • DRACULA AND SON

  • Commentary By Jonathan Rigby & Kevin Lyons
  • Commentary By Kat Ellinger
  • Interview With Bernard Menez
  • French TV Interview With Christopher Lee
  • Audio Interview With Director Édouard Molinaro
  • Who Was Claude Klotz?
  • Interview With Claude Klotz At A Presentation Of DRACULA AND SON
  • DRACULA AND SON (U.S. Version)
  • MURDER STORY

  • Commentary With Co-Writers/Co-Directors Eddie Arno & Markus Innocenti
  • Interview With Tom Reeve
  • MASK OF MURDER - Film Co-Starring Lee
  • And Much More!

    Media

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    Bonus Materials

    • Commedia Dracula All'Italiana — Interview With European Film Scholar Dr. Pasquale Iannone
    • Alternate Cut Of UNCLE WAS A VAMPIRE From Italian Broadcast Master
    • Audio Commentary For The Alternate Cut Of UNCLE WAS A VAMPIRE With Christopher Lee Biographer Jonathan Rigby And Hammer Historian Kevin Lyons
    • Audio Commentary For THE SECRET OF THE RED ORCHID With Mondo Digital's Nathaniel Thompson And Troy Howarth, Author Of So Deadly, So Perverse
    • Audio Commentary For THE SECRET OF THE RED ORCHID With Film Scholars Kim Newman, Author Of Anno Dracula, And Barry Forshaw, Author Of Euro Noir
    • THE SECRET OF THE RED ORCHID Trailer
    • Audio Commentary For DARK PLACES With Mondo Digital's Nathaniel Thompson And Troy Howarth, Author Of So Deadly, So Perverse
    • The Cadogan Conversations — Interview With Jonathan Rigby, Author Of Christopher Lee: The Authorised Screen History
    • DARK PLACES U.S. Teaser Trailer
    • DARK PLACES Brazilian TV Spot
    • Audio Commentary For DRACULA AND SON With Christopher Lee Biographer Jonathan Rigby And Hammer Historian Kevin Lyons
    • Audio Commentary For DRACULA AND SON 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
    • DRACULA AND SON Trailer
    • DRACULA AND SON (U.S. Version)
    • German Credit Sequences
    • DRACULA AND SON (U.S. Version) TV Spot
    • DRACULA AND SON Soundtrack CD
    • Audio Commentary For MURDER STORY With Co-Writers/Co-Directors Eddie Arno And Markus Innocenti
    • A British Producer In Holland — Interview With Producer Tom Reeve
    • MASK OF MURDER (1988) — Swedish Film Co-Starring Christopher Lee
    • MURDER STORY Trailer

    Sales Points

    • For fans of krimis
    • For fans of horror comedies
    • For fans of Amicus Films
    • For fans of Hammer Films

    Press Quotes

    Sir Christopher Lee was not only a cinematic titan who towered in the literal sense, but one who reached the heights of consummate merit and tremendous skill. Simply put, he was a rare breed of actor that elevated every film he featured in.

         —A Taste of Cinema

    Yes, he was the finest screen Dracula we've ever seen. But there was so much more to the late Christopher Lee than monsters.

         —The Telegraph

    Each moment Christopher Lee was onscreen was mesmerizing; a powerful domineering presence that demanded attention and kept its audience under his thrall.

         —Birth.Movies.Death.

    Regardless of the role, Sir Christopher Lee always made for a welcome screen presence; whether he turned up as a force for good or as the Prince of Darkness himself, you knew you were in for a good time.

         —Rolling Stone

    Nobody was better at expressing wild animosity hidden beneath a veneer of elegance. He was also really funny. Lee's gifts were extraordinary.

         —Chicago Reader

    Severin has stuck to their promise of delivering underrated and under-seen gems in Lee's European career with a collection of six films, including Lee's tenth and final appearance as Dracula in the 1976 horror comedy Dracula and Son.

         —Sam Cohen, Edge Media Network

      

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