Cross-Roads (19 mins)
Two years before he first donned The Count's cloak for Dracula, Christopher Lee had one of his earliest leading roles in this fascinating low budget short subject. Arguably Lee's first venture into Gothic territory on screen, it memorably features the camera - perhaps for the very first time - zooming in for a chilling close up of those unforgettably steely eyes.
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Featuring Christopher Lee, Ferdy Mayne, Mercy Haystead
Directed by John Fitchen
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