Now I have, many a time, stated that vampires get everywhere… and they really do. This is a 1970 comedy starring the wonderful Sammy Davis Jr. (Messiah of Evil & the Cannonball Run) as Charles Salt and Peter Lawford as Christopher Pepper.
It has much of what you would expect, a swinging soundtrack, mistaken (and assumed) identities and some bits that perhaps wouldn’t be put in a film nowadays. Aside from that it has the breaking of the fourth wall and some genuinely surreal moments in amongst the more mundane gags.
|Christopher Lee as Dracula|
|Peter Cushing as Dr Frankenstein|
So, Sir Christopher Lee reprises his Dracula character again, if only briefly and vampires, yet again, get everywhere.
The imdb page is here.