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Hey, Cushing. As Brian Albright wrote earlier in this thread:
"BLOOD OF DRACULA'S castle was released on DVD a couple of years through Rhino on that Horrible Horrors Vol. 2 collection (I think it was volume 2) on
the same disc as its original co-feature, NIGHTMARE IN WAX. No werewolf footage, but a crystal clear full-frame transfer."
Jul 31 08 6:28 AM
I forgot about the Horrible Horrors sets. I'll have to pick that up when I get around to placing an order online.
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Johnny C. in the dungeonHere's Alex looking crusty
Jun 26 12 7:23 PM
Format: NTSC, Widescreen
Region: All Regions
Number of discs: 1
Rated: PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
Studio: Scorpion Entertainment
DVD Release Date: July 24, 2012
Run Time: 186 minutes
FIRST UP, THE HEARSE!Jane Hardy (Trish Van Devere-DAY OF THE DOLPHIN, THE CHANGELING), recovering from emotional problems following a difficult divorce, leaves San Francisco for a summer in the country house left to her by her late aunt. On the road, she has an eerie, near-collision with a hearse. Arriving at "the old Martin place", she discovers it's been left as it was when her aunt died 30 years before. Now see this chilling classic from a brand new HD master, first time anywhere!
Next up, BLOOD OF DRACULA'S CASTLE!A chilling, blood-curdling tale about a young couple that inherits an old castle but finds it already inhabited by a crazy butler (John Carradine). See this in the version featuring a werewolf!
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Jobla wrote:One person on another site claims that the print is much better overall than the print in the Gorehouse Greats collection.
The print on Scorpion has the title DRACULA'S CASTLE. Perhaps that title was used for the werewolf version? Brian, saw your post about Donald Hulette shooting new footage for TV versions of Crown films. Do you know if he shot the additional footage for the virtually unreleased film ANGELS FLIGHT (1965)? According to reports, Crown acquired that film and added some footage while changing the title to SHOCK HILL. William Thourlby was involved in that.
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