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The Brides of Dracula
The Brides of Dracula title from the trailer Directed by Terence Fisher Produced by Anthony Hinds Written by Peter Bryan
Edward Percy
Jimmy Sangster
Anthony Hinds (uncredited) Starring Peter Cushing
Martita Hunt
Yvonne Monlaur
David Peel Music by Malcolm Williamson Cinematography Jack Asher Editing by Alfred Cox Distributed by Universal Pictures Release date(s) Flag of the United Kingdom July 7, 1960 Running time 85 min. Country Flag of the United Kingdom United Kingdom Language English Preceded by Dracula Followed by Dracula: Prince of Darkness
For the characters from the novel, see Brides of Dracula.

The Brides of Dracula is a 1960 British Hammer Horror film directed by Terence Fisher. It stars Peter Cushing as Van Helsing; Yvonne Monlaur as Marianne Danielle; Andree Melly as her roommate, Gina; Marie Devereux; David Peel as Baron Meinster, a disciple of Count Dracula; and Martita Hunt as his mother.

It is a sequel to Hammer's original Dracula (USA: Horror of Dracula) (1958). Alternative working titles were Dracula 2 and Disciple Of Dracula. Dracula does not appear in the film (Christopher Lee would reprise his role in the 1966 Dracula: Prince of Darkness) and is mentioned only twice, once in the prologue, once by Van Helsing.

Shooting began for The Brides of Dracula on 16 January 1960 at Bray Studios.[1] It premièred at the Odeon, Marble Arch on 6 July 1960.

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Director: Terence Fisher
Genre: Horror
Release Date: September 5, 1960
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Screen Writer: Jimmy Sangster, Anthony Hinds
Runtime: 1hr 26min
Studio: Hammer
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