Scars of Dracula

Scars of Dracula is a 1970 British horror film directed by Roy Ward Baker for Hammer Studios.

In the opening scene, Draculas remains are seen lying on a stone plinth in a chamber in his Castle The chamber can be accessed only through the window, set high in his Castle wall. It is not explained why his remains are there or how he came to die there. Suddenly, a large bat flies in and hovers over the plinth, regurgitating blood onto the vampires remains. Almost immediately, the remains start to interact and bond with the dripped blood. Within seconds, Count Dracula is once more resurrected...Soon afterwards, the local villagers are enraged that yet another young woman has been murdered by the Count. With a priests blessing, they rise up and set fire to Castle Dracula. However, the Count is safely asleep in his solid stone chamber, When the villagers return home, they find that every single woman and child in the village has been slaughtered in the church by bats. ........

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