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This is a Hammer horror film that takes place in England some time around the end of the 19th century when people rode around in horse-drawn carriages. It stars Christopher Lee in his fourth Hammer role as Dracula. His screen time is short but he makes the most of it. His young female slaves are also fun to watch as Dracula changes them from proper young women with their hair up and high collars to wild murderers with long hair and bare shoulders.
The Snake Scene
Three wealthy men who keep up a facade of respectability are actually decadent hypocrites who tell their wives they are doing charity work when they are actually going to a brothel in back of a soup kitchen. One of the men yells at his young daughter for shamefully talking to a young man after church, then he immediately goes to the brothel where he drugs his champagne and tells the pimp that he is getting bored. The pimp promises him some special entertainment that will not bore him. The men go into a room with their prostitutes, then a woman enters with a large snake (a Boa Constrictor). She dances around the room, holding the snake around her shoulders and letting it crawl over her body and face.
Everyone seems to be enjoying the snake dance until a man in a cape crashes the party. He is young Lord Courtely, whose father disowned him for worshipping Satan. He introduces the three bored men to something more exciting - selling their souls to the Devil and resurrecting Dracula, by drinking his blood. Courtley drinks the blood, but the others change their minds and beat him to death. Nevertheless, Courtley's action is enough to resurrect Dracula, who vows to revenge Courtley's death by making the three men die at the hands of their own children. He starts by hypnotizing their daughters to make them his slaves.