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|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||Anthony Hinds; John Temple-Smith; Terence Fisher; Freddie Francis; Peter Graham Scott; Don Sharp; Peter Bryan; Edward Percy; Jimmy Sangster; Malcolm Williamson; Benjamin Frankel; Edwin Astley; Elisabeth Lutyens; James Bernard; Don Banks; Philip Martell; Jack Asher; Arthur Grant; Alan Hume; John Wilcox; Bernard Robinson; Patrick Allen; Daphne Anderson; Timothy Bateson; Martin Benson; Brenda Bruce; Sheila Burrell; George A Cooper; Peter Cushing; Jennifer Daniel; Alexander Davion; Anthony Dawson; Maurice Denham; Edward De Souza; Arnold Diamond; Sandor Eles; Clifford Evans; Derek Francis; Harold Goodwin; Howard Goorney; Michael Gough; Noel Howlett; Martita Hunt; David Hutcheson; Freda Jackson; Clytie Jessop; Miriam Karlin; David Knight; Duncan Lamont; Jennie Linden; David Lodge; Herbert Lom; Jack MacGowran; Peter Madden; Marne Maitland; Miles Malleson; Warren Mitchell; Henry Oscar; Moira Redmond; Oliver Reed; Milton Reid; Michael Ripper; Yvonne Romain; Peter Sallis; Janette Scott; Terry Scully; Heather Sears; Ewen Solon; Thorley Walters; Mona Washbourne; John Welsh; Noel Willman; George Woodbridge; Peter Woodthorpe; Richard Wordsworth; Hammer Film Productions.; Universal-International (Firm); Universal Pictures (Firm)|
|Language Note:||English dialogue, Spanish or French subtitles; closed-captioned for the hearing impaired.|
|Notes:||Originally released as motion pictures between 1960 and 1964.|
|Credits:||Brides of Dracula: Music composed by Malcolm Williamson ; director of photography, Jack Asher ; production designer, Bernard Robinson ; editor, Alfred Cox. Curse of the werewolf: Music composed and conducted by Benjamin Frankel ; director of photography, Arthur Grant ; production designer, Bernard Robinson ; editor, Alfred Cox. Phantom of the opera: Music composed and conducted by Edwin Astley ; director of photography, Arthur Grant ; production designer, Bernard Robinson ; editor, Alfred Cox. Paranoiac: Music composed by Elisabeth Lutyens ; director of photography, Arthur Grant ; production designer, Bernard Robinson. Kiss of the vampire: Music composed by James Bernard ; director of photography, Alan Hume ; production designer, Bernard Robinson ; supervising editor, James Needs. Nightmare: Music composed by Don Banks ; director of photography, John Wilcox ; production designer, Bernard Robinson ; supervising editor, James Needs. Night creatures: Music composed by Don Banks ; musical director, Philip Martell ; director of photography, Arthur Grant ; production designer, Bernard Robinson ; editor, Eric Boyd-Perkins. Evil of Frankestein: Music composed by Don Banks ; director of photography, John Wilcox ; supervising editor, James Needs.|
|Cast:||Brides of Dracula: Peter Cushing, Freda Jackson, Martita Hunt, Yvonne Montaur, Miles Malleson, Henry Oscar, David Peel, Victor Brooks, Mona Washbourne, Michael Ripper, Andree Melly.
The curse of the werewolf: Clifford Evans, Oliver Reed, Yvonne Romain, Catherine Feller, Anthony Dawson, Anne Blake, Warren Mitchell, Michael Ripper, Peter Sallis, Ewen Solon, Hira Talfrey, George Woodbridge, Richard Wordsworth.
Phantom of the opera: Herbert Lom, Heather Sears, Thorley Walters, Micheal Gough, Edward De Souza, Miles Malleson, Miriam Karlin, Marne Maitland, Harold Goodwin, Martin Miller, John Harvey.
Paranoiac: Janette Scott, Oliver Reed, Sheila Burrell, Maurice Denham, Alexander Davion, Liliane Brousse, Harold Lang, Arnold Diamond, John Bonney, John Stuart.
The kiss of the vampire: Clifford Evans, Edward De Souza, Noel Willman, Jennifer Daniel, Barry Warren, Brian Oulton, Noel Howlett, Jacquie Wallis, Peter Madden, Isobel Black, Vera Cook, John Harvey.
Nightmare: David Knight, Moira Redmond, Jennie Linden, Brenda Bruce, George A. Cooper, Clytie Jessop, Irene Richmond, John Welsh, Timothy Bateson, Elizabeth Dear.
Night creatures: Peter Cushing, Yvonne Romain, Patrick Allen, Oliver Reed, Michael Ripper, Martin Benson, David Lodge, Daphne Anderson, Derek Francis, Milton Reid, Jack MacGowran, Terry Scully, Peter Halliday, Rupert Osborn.
The evil of Frankenstein: Peter Cushing, Peter Woodthorpe, Duncan Lamont, Sandor Eles, Katy Wild, David Hutcheson, James Maxwell, Howard Goorney, Kiwi Kingston.
|Target Audience:||MPAA rating: Not rated.|
|Description:||2 videodiscs (682 min.) : sd., col. & b&w ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Details:||DVD, region 1, widescreen presentation; Dolby Digital 2.0 mono.|
|Contents:||Disc 1. Brides of Dracula / Universal International ; a Hammer Film production ; screenplay by Jimmy Sangster, Peter Bryan, Edward Percy ; produced by Anthony Hinds ; directed by Terence Fisher (1960, 86 min.) --
The curse of the werewolf / Universal International ; a Hammer Film production ; screenplay by John Elder ; produced by Anthony Hinds ; directed by Terence Fisher (1961, 93 min.) --
The phantom of the opera / Universal International ; a Hammer Film production ; screenplay by John Elder ; produced by Anthony Hinds ; directed by Terence Fisher (1962, 85 min.) --
Paranoiac / Universal International ; a Hammer Film production ; screenplay by Jimmy Sangster ; produced by Anthony Hinds ; directed by Freddie Francis (1963, 80 min.). Disc 2. The kiss of the vampire / Universal International ; a Hammer Film production ; screenplay by John Elder ; produced by Anthony Hinds ; directed by Don Sharp (1963, 88 min.) --
Nightmare / Universal International ; a Hammer Film production ; written and produced by Jimmy Sangster ; directed by Freddie Francis (1964, 83 min.) --
Night creatures / Universal International ; a Hammer-Major production ; screenplay by John Elder ; produced by John Temple-Smith ; directed by Peter Graham Scott (1962, 82 min.) --
The evil of Frankenstein / a Universal Picture ; a Hammer Film production ; screenplay by John Elder ; produced by Anthony Hinds ; directed by Freddie Francis (1964, 87 min.).
|Series Title:||Franchise collection.|
|Other Titles:||Brides of Dracula.
Curse of the werewolf.
Phantom of the opera.
Kiss of the vampire.
Evil of Frankenstein.
The curse of the werewolf: "Leon is a werewolf--half-man, half-beast, who loves by day and kills by night. This maniacal tale of terror follows the life of Leon from his innocent youth to his deadly adulthood. Try as he might, Leon is unable to control the dark forces within him and when the moon is full, he becomes an uncontrollable killer beast who terrorizes the town."
Phantom of the opera: "Strange events have been occurring at a London opera house. When tragedy strikes during an opening night performance, it becomes clear that the events are not accidents. It is the work of the Phantom. Then Christine, the young new star of the opera, is abducted by the Phantom who turns out to be a disfigured brilliant composer himself. The producer, worried about his star, starts to investigate the Phantom's secret lair and soon discovers the Phantom's plan of revenge against the owner of the opera house."
Paranoiac: "Simon is a psychotic man who is driving his sister, Eleanor, insane, so that he can inherit the estate of their dead parents. But when a mysterious man, who claims to be a long-lost relative, saves Eleanor from committing suicide, Simon's plans are thwarted. Simon vows to get revenge on the impostor and take care of his sister in the process."
The kiss of the vampire: "On their honeymoon, Gerald and Marianne take a wrong turn and end up in a remote european village. They are welcomed into the castle of Count Ravna, who turns out to be a vampire. When the count and his vampire cult kidnap Marianne, Gerald must ally with the reclusive vampire hunter Professor Zimmer, to rescuse Marianne and destroy the vampire sect."
Nightmare: "As a child, Janet witnessed her insane mother stab her father to death. Now as a young student, she has horrible dreams of her mother locked in an insane asylum. The dreams have gotten so bad that the boarding school sends her home. But neither her guardian Henry nor her friend Grace can help Janet stop the nightmares. Are Janet's problems in her head, will she go crazy like her own mother? Sometimes when you wake up, the nightmare is just beginning."
Night creatures: "Captain Collier and his band of sailors show up to an English coastal town to investigate reports of 'marsh phantoms' who ride by night spreading terror to the town. The Captain suspects that the local reverend might be hiding sometihing. Are the phantoms genuine or a cover for illegal smuggling activities? Who knows the truth about the curse of Captain Clegg?"
The evil of Frankenstein: "On the run from irate villagers for his unorthodox experiments, Dr. Frankenstein and his assistant Hans uncover his original creature, long though destroyed, preserved in ice. While resurrecting the monster in his new laboratory, Dr. Frankenstein discovers that its brain is dormant. Only Zoltan, a mystical hypnotist, can revive the monster. But Zoltan uses the creature for his own selfish purposes and unleashes a violent chain of events."
- Dracula, Count (Fictitious character) -- Drama.
- Vampires -- Drama.
- Werewolves -- Drama.
- Frankenstein, Victor (Fictitious character) -- Drama.
- Nightmares -- Drama.
- Inheritance and succession -- Drama.
- Disfigured persons -- Drama.
- Women singers -- Drama.
- Apparitions -- Drama.
- Hombres lobo -- Teatro.
- Vampiros -- Teatro.
- Disfigured persons.
- Dracula, Count (Fictitious character)
- Frankenstein, Victor (Fictitious character)
- Inheritance and succession.
- Women singers.