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Dracula vs. Frankenstein (1971) (They\'re Coming to Get You)

Directed by
Samuel M. Sherman Samuel M. Sherman


Starring (View all)
J. Carrol Naish J. Carrol Naish
Dr. Frankenstein
Zandor Vorkov Zandor Vorkov
Count Dracula
Regina Carrol Regina Carrol
Judith
Jim Davis Jim Davis
Sgt. Martin


Written by
William Pugsley William Pugsley
(story)
Samuel M. Sherman Samuel M. Sherman
(story)


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Release date: 1 December 1971
UPC: 790357902736
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My movie year 2016 (666 movies items)

"9.6. (USB-tikku) Jostain syystä elokuvien kommentointi tai pisteytys ei oikein tällä hetkellä luonnistu, vaikkei katselun kanssa ongelmia ole. Niinpä en oikein jaksa sanoa Al Adamsonin hirviöt napikkain laittavasta kuvastakaan muuta, kuin että se on kämäistä mutta melko viihdyttävää kalkkunaa, missä splatter jää suominimestä huolimatta aika lailla tohtorin irtopäähän ja loppukohtaukseen, jossa Dracula repii monsterin palasiksi. Filmissä nähdään myös koiranpentua kannisk"