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- Dracula is a 1931 horror film produced by Universal Pictures Co.
- Dracula is probably one of the greatest movies ever made.
- Dracula is a 1958 British horror film, and the first of a series of Hammer Horror films inspired by the Bram Stoker novel Dracula.
- Dracula was a big gamble for a major Hollywood studio to undertake.
- The story of Kid Dracula is relatively simple.
- Swiping his father's cape, it is then up to Kid Dracula himself to set out on the adventure to destroy the monster.
- Still, BRAM STOKER'S DRACULA does, overall, return to the novel's gothic roots.
- Meet Bram Stoker (1847-1912), author of the classic horror novel Dracula (1897).
- Discussion on slavic vampires and the historical Dracula and their influence on Bram Stoker's Dracula.
- I bid you velcome." Thus does Bela Lugosi declare his presence in the 1931 screen version of Bram Stoker's Dracula.
- There is, however, one crucial element missing from the Spanish Dracula - Bela Lugosi.
- Dracula. George Melford's Spanish language production was filmed simultaneously with the Bela Lugosi version.
- Peter Cushing reprised his role as Van Helsing in the mislabeled Brides of Dracula.
- Dracula is killed by Van Helsing, with a wooden stake.
- But Oldman bases his characterization on not only the romantic but also the tragic elements of this particular Dracula.
- Kid Dracula is half human, half vampire, as his mother was a mortal.
- Since Kid Dracula is a vampire, he has the ability to turn into a bat and fly.
- In Europe Mabuse is as familiar an icon of horror as Count Dracula or Frankenstein's Monster.
- This study traces the changing nature of film representations of Dracula, from the early silent adaptations to recent popular dramas.
- Also includes a history of the Dracula myth, a select filmography, and some illustrations.
- And poor Keanu Reeves, as Jonathan Harker, has the misfortune to be seduced by Dracula's three half-naked wives.
- Tom Waits is great fun as Renfield, the hapless slave of Dracula who craves the blood of insects and cats.
- Includes a wealth of information about the historical Dracula, the folklore vampire, and vampires in literature.
- Examination of Dracula focusing on the roll of his two female victims, Mina Harker and Lucy Westenra.
- It is at this moment that Dracula sees a photograph of Jonathan's betrothed, Mina, who bears a striking resemblance to his own love, Elisabeta.
- Orlok appears as one of the "elder" vampires in the Anno Dracula books.
- Although Dracula is a work of fiction, it does contain some historical references.
- In the 2004 Science Fiction film '' Dracula 3000 '', the main antagonist is named Orlok, despite having the look and manner of Dracula.
- Hammer began to rehash all the horror stories so beloved of Universal in the 1930s: Dracula, Frankenstein, The Mummy etc etc, but added a touch of erotica.
- It follows the formula religiously, of course, but it is radically distinct from The Horror of Dracula.
- Oliver Reed narrates Robert Sidaway's salute to the star of Horror of Dracula and Curse of Frankenstein.
- Taste the Blood of Dracula is a horror film produced by Hammer Film Productions and released in 1970.
- BERLIN (Reuters) - The first screen portrayal of Dracula was so eerie, some critics asked whether the actor himself could be a vampire.
- Max Schreck is the screen's creepiest vampire in F.W. Murnau's unauthorized adaptation of Dracula.
- To many film lovers and critics alike, Lugosi's portrayal is widely regarded as the definitive Dracula.
- In 1956 John Carradine plays Dracula in the first television adaptation of the play for “Matinee Theatre”.
- Also included are a discussion of Stoker's working notes for the novel and Draculas Guest, the original opening chapter to Dracula.
- Dracula Has Risen from the Grave was directed by Freddie Francis for Hammer Films and it was released in UK in 1968.
- Say what you will about the rest of Francis Ford Coppola’s misadventure in Translyvania, but Oldman’s Dracula was magnificent.
- However, speculation has suggested that Kid Dracula is the son of Dracula, Alucard, from the Castlevania series.
- Kid Dracula takes on a comedic tone, unlike the very serious tone that the Castlevania series takes.
- It is very likely, however, that Kid Dracula is a parody of the Castlevania series, with no relation to its storyline.
- Dracula as a reflection of the socio-political transition from the 19th to the 20th century.
- Discussion of vampires in 19th century literature from Coleridge's "Christabel" (1798) to Stoker's Dracula.
- Hypothesis that Dracula's popularity in the 19th century is derived from its hostility toward female sexuality.
- Horror Of Dracula was the first entry in Hammer's Dracula series and and it is considered to be one of the best.
- The most famous movie Dracula made after Bram Stoker’s story is produced in 1931.
- Dracula's three brides are portrayed in very memorable fashion: seductive, beautiful, and terrifying.
- Gloria Holden turns to psychiatrist Otto Kruger to cure her of vampirism in Lambert Hillyer's sequel to the 1931 Dracula.
- The performance of actress Gloria Holden ( The Corsican Brothers) as the alluring Countess Zaleska, Dracula's daughter is considered to be memorable.
- Read more Published on January 8, 2006 You can't get the help Rubbish servant at Castle Dracula.
- It is the seventh film in Hammer's Dracula series, and the sixth film to star Christopher Lee in the title role.
- Read more Published 2 months ago by Trevor Willsmer A fine sequel This is the second Hammer Dracula film to feature Christopher Lee in the title role.
- Dracula: Pages from a Virgin's Diary is a 2002 horror film directed by Guy Maddin.
- The first official Dracula film was directed by Tod Browning, with a screenplay based on the stage play by Hamilton Deane and John L. Balderston.
- The Brides of Dracula is a 1960 British Hammer horror film directed by Terence Fisher which had the première at the Odeon, Marble Arch on 6 July 1960.
- In 1999, a special rerelease of Dracula was prepared featuring a new musical score written by Philip Glass and performed by The Kronos Quartet.
- The soundtrack is great, music score by James Bernard (who scored many horror movies including 58s Dracula).
- Dracula: Prince of Darkness is an oddity in the progression of the Hammer movies.
- I give "Dracula - Prince of Darkness" three stars, the DVD edition only one.
- From the publisher: The true story behind the legend of Dracula - a biography of Prince Vlad of Transylvania, better known as Vlad the Impaler.
- Kid Dracula is a pair of video game titles by Konami released during the early 90s.
- Son of Dracula is a film released in 1974, starring Harry Nilsson and Ringo Starr.
- The Game Boy version was released in the US as simply Kid Dracula.
- Gary Oldman was magnificent in his portrayal of Vlad Dracula.
- This section of Dracula between Hero an Vampire is dedicated to movies related to Dracula, Vlad the Impaler (Vlad Dracula), vampires and werewolves.
- There's a little bit of everything in this version of Dracula: gore, high-speed horseback chases, passion and longing.
- Kid Dracula Logo (gameboy version) This work is copyrighted.
- The Satanic Rites of Dracula was the end of the line for Hammer's version of the famous vampire.
- The screenplay reportedly had Dracula uttering lines like, "I am the apocalypse!" which Lee refused to speak aloud on film (and really, who can blame him?).
- We also have a top of Dracula movies by the rating of our visitors.
- I t is considered to be more like the book than any other "Dracula" films (the screenplay is by James V. Hart).
- Hart's twist on the tale helps improve Stoker's original ending, which was basically a race to kill Dracula before the sun sets.
- Second, Bela Lugosi 's interpretation of Dracula would define the role.
- Interpretation of Dracula as an examination of similarities between good and evil.
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