The 1958 Technicolor remake of "Dracula" launched a series of Hammer horror movies, usually starring Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee, which were a world-wide success. An unsung hero of many of those films was James Bernard, composer of their soundtrack music. He wrote the scores for such movies as "The Quatermass Experiment", "X - The Unknown","The Curse of Frankenstein", "The Gorgon" etc., and not only "Dracula" but its several sequels. The final scene of "Dracula" shows just how James Bernard enhanced the visual decay of the eponymous Count with music as scary as anything written for Hitchcock by Bernard Herrmann! Also in this clip are Melissa Stribling, as one of Dracula's victims, and Michael Gough who plays her husband.