The Legend of the Seven Golden Vampires

  |  Book Tickets: 06/06/1974
  |  Buy to Own: 02/08/2004
  |  110 min
Rated 15 by the BBFC
The Legend of the Seven Golden Vampires Film Poster


Hammer gothic meets Hong Kong-fuey in what turned out to be the last of Hammer's Dracula films. Set in 1900s China, the film stars Peter Cushing as vampire hunter Professor Van Helsing, who has travelled to China to lecture students about the legend of a remote Chinese village that lives under the curse of seven deadly vampires. The vampires strike every year at the time of the seventh moon, tormenting the villagers and causing terror and bloodshed in the community. The villagers approach Van Helsing and ask him to join forces with local kung fu experts to rid the village of the tyrannical vampires and restore peace and order. Van Helsing complies with their request, and along with his son Leyland (Robin Stewart) and a pretty young heiress, Vanessa (Julie Ege), he sets out to rid the village of its curse. But in the meantime, Count Dracula (John Forbes-Robertson) has arrived in the vicinity in the guise of a warlord to restore the vampires' power and add to the carnage...

Contains strong violence
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