Flesh and Blood: The Hammer Heritage of Horror Trailer

Flesh and Blood: The Hammer Heritage of Horror Trailer (1994)

06 August 1994 Horror, Factual 100 mins

Narrated by veteran horror film stars Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee, this documentary chronicles the history of Britain's Hammer Films, which created many seminal horror and science fiction movies. The studio ushered in a gorier breed of films with pictures such as The Curse of Frankenstein and The Horror of Dracula. Features movie clips and interviews with stars including Raquel Welch, Jimmy Sangster, Hazel Court and Ingrid Pitt.

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Cast

Peter Cushing

as narrator/himself

Christopher Lee

as narrator/himself

Roy Ward Baker

as himself

James Bernard

as himself

Hazel Court

as herself

Joe Dante

as himself

Val Guest

as himself

Anthony Hinds

as himself

Andrew Keir

as himself

Ferdy Mayne

as himself

Crew

Ted Newsom

Director

International Releases Dates

United Kingdom 06 August 1994

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