* When this film was released theatrically in France, it was not until a year later. As such, the title was changed to Dracula A.D. 1973. That seems obvious, doesn't it?
* In Germany, the film was released under a vastly-different name: Dracula Chases the Mini-Girls. Yeah, I don't get it either.
* A working title for the film Hammer had was Dracula Chelsea '72. Why? Because the movie was shot in Chelsea.
* This film actually four actors who had/would go on to play James Bond characters. You have Lee (duh!), Caroline Munro (The Spy Who Loved Me), Michael Kitchen (Goldeneye) and Christopher Neame (License to Kill).
* The film features some flashbacks to a face-off between a Van Helsing descendant and The Count in 1872. Unfortunately, this goes against Hammer's own timeline, which set their first face off in the 1880s!
* When released in America, the film was packaged with an opening that featured Barry Atwater (famous that year for his role in The Night Stalker as, you guessed it, a vampire). His job: to swear the audience members in as official members of the Count Dracula Society.
As Peter joked on Family Guy, they were 'part of a elite group known as everyone!'
-Thank you, Wikipedia-