Charles Gray in The Devil Rides Out (dir. Terence Fisher, 1968).
Fisher does it old school in his third-to-last film, reviving the drawing-room drolleries of his fifties productions. Richard Matheson script from a Dennis Wheatley novel. Christopher Lee as the virtuous Duc de Richleau, a sort of Van Helsing to Satanists. And most strikingly, Charles Gray (Bond villain and Rocky Horror criminologist) as the evil Mocata.
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