Best horror movie mistakes of 1970
Continuity mistake: The footage of Dracula impaled on a giant golden crucifix at the end of 'Dracula Has Risen From The Grave' is re-cut for the pre-credit sequence of this film. However, when the second film continues, the golden crucifix is missing in the background, behind Dracula's powdered blood and collapsing cloak, creating a continuity error with perhaps an unusual reason for happening. Hammer props department may have rid themselves of the crucifix between films shot a year apart.
Revealing mistake: A Nineteenth century social occasion is taking place at a mansion in the evening. The lead female vampires servant arrives by horse in front of the mansion and in the background you can see some modern tennis courts with metal gates and fences. The nets have been removed but the appearance of the courts can still be seen.
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