I have great affection for Count Dracula. As Butler points out, the movie is terribly paced, insensibly acted, and suffers from some of the least frightenning puppy-dogs-subbbing-for-wolves ever. It makes extensive use of day for night and seems to have been edited with no regard for logic. Christopher Lee himself, lured to the Dracula role by promises of a script that would be "true to the book," appears to think he is performing a one-man show about Dracula into which annoying other actors keep wandering.
|Chris Lee, lookin' like Dracula.|
Also, the music from composer Bruno Nicolai is awesome. Here's a great cut of the score.
Here's a trailer for El Conde Dracula. I heartily recommend you regret seeing it soon.