History Film / DraculaDeadAndLovingIt

21st May '17 10:47:21 AM nombretomado
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20th May '17 1:46:50 AM CumbersomeTercel
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* CallBack: The door knocker crumbling in Renfield's hand, which Mel Brooks states is a deliberate reference to ''YoungFrankenstein'' in that film's commentary. Also, Van Helsing pronouncing the word "back" like "beck."

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* CallBack: The door knocker crumbling in Renfield's hand, which Mel Brooks states is a deliberate reference to ''YoungFrankenstein'' ''Film/YoungFrankenstein'' in that film's commentary. Also, Van Helsing pronouncing the word "back" like "beck."



** Modified version where Dracula acts like Spider-Man to free Renfield. Then flies to the ground. Renfield attempts to follow. Dracula points out:

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** Modified version where Dracula acts like Spider-Man Comicbook/SpiderMan to free Renfield. Then flies to the ground. Renfield attempts to follow. Dracula points out:
2nd Apr '17 8:16:42 PM NWolfman
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''Dracula: Dead and Loving It'' is a 1995 Creator/MelBrooks movie (and, as of 2017, his last directorial effort) starring Creator/LeslieNielsen as Dracula. It starts as a young solicitor from London, Thomas Renfield (Peter [=MacNichol=]), meets the mysterious Count Dracula. He begins to suspect that something is amiss, but the Count hypnotizes him before he can escape. The pair then travel to London, where the Count has purchased a manor next to an insane asylum. He meets his next-door neighbors at an opera: Dr. Seward (Harvey Korman), his daughter Mina (Amy Yasbeck), her friend Lucy (Lysette Anthony), and Mina's fiancee Jonathan Harker (Steven Weber). Shortly thereafter, Lucy becomes mysteriously ill. This prompts Dr. Seward to seek advice from his old friend Dr. Abram Van Helsing (played by Creator/MelBrooks).

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''Dracula: Dead and Loving It'' is a 1995 Creator/MelBrooks movie (and, is, as of 2017, his last directorial effort) this writing, Creator/MelBrooks's final movie, released in 1995 and starring Creator/LeslieNielsen as Dracula. It starts as a young solicitor from London, Thomas Renfield (Peter [=MacNichol=]), meets the mysterious Count Dracula. He begins to suspect that something is amiss, but the Count hypnotizes him before he can escape. The pair then travel to London, where the Count has purchased a manor next to an insane asylum. He meets his next-door neighbors at an opera: Dr. Seward (Harvey Korman), his daughter Mina (Amy Yasbeck), her friend Lucy (Lysette Anthony), and Mina's fiancee Jonathan Harker (Steven Weber). Shortly thereafter, Lucy becomes mysteriously ill. This prompts Dr. Seward to seek advice from his old friend Dr. Abram Van Helsing (played by Creator/MelBrooks).
11th Mar '17 9:57:09 PM Mikeyfan93
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''Dracula: Dead and Loving It'' is a 1995 Creator/MelBrooks movie (and, as of 2016, his last directorial effort) starring Creator/LeslieNielsen as Dracula. It starts as a young solicitor from London, Thomas Renfield (Creator/PeterMacNichol), meets the mysterious Count Dracula. He begins to suspect that something is amiss, but the Count hypnotizes him before he can escape. The pair then travel to London, where the Count has purchased a manor next to an insane asylum. He meets his next-door neighbors at an opera: Dr. Seward (played by Creator/HarveyKorman), his daughter Mina (Creator/AmyYasbeck), her friend Lucy (Creator/LysetteAnthony), and Mina's fiancee Jonathan Harker (Creator/StevenWeber). Shortly thereafter, Lucy becomes mysteriously ill. This prompts Dr. Seward to seek advice from his old friend Dr. Abram Van Helsing (played by Creator/MelBrooks).

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''Dracula: Dead and Loving It'' is a 1995 Creator/MelBrooks movie (and, as of 2016, 2017, his last directorial effort) starring Creator/LeslieNielsen as Dracula. It starts as a young solicitor from London, Thomas Renfield (Creator/PeterMacNichol), (Peter [=MacNichol=]), meets the mysterious Count Dracula. He begins to suspect that something is amiss, but the Count hypnotizes him before he can escape. The pair then travel to London, where the Count has purchased a manor next to an insane asylum. He meets his next-door neighbors at an opera: Dr. Seward (played by Creator/HarveyKorman), (Harvey Korman), his daughter Mina (Creator/AmyYasbeck), (Amy Yasbeck), her friend Lucy (Creator/LysetteAnthony), (Lysette Anthony), and Mina's fiancee Jonathan Harker (Creator/StevenWeber).(Steven Weber). Shortly thereafter, Lucy becomes mysteriously ill. This prompts Dr. Seward to seek advice from his old friend Dr. Abram Van Helsing (played by Creator/MelBrooks).
6th Mar '17 2:46:07 PM fgenzo159
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* VampireVords: Even Mel Brooks, as Van Helsing, plays with this trope, but it's mostly Dracula who does it.
6th Mar '17 2:35:22 PM fgenzo159
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* ArsonMurderAndJaywalking: Van Helsing jobs.
-->'''Dr. Seward''': Count Dracula, allow me to introduce Professor Abraham Van Helsing of London University. He's a doctor of rare diseases, as well as theology and philosophy.
-->'''Van Helsing''': ''Und'' gynecology!
-->'''Dr. Seward''': [[DoubleEntendre Oh I didn't know you had your hand in that too.]]
6th Mar '17 2:08:59 PM fgenzo159
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* LeaningOnTheFourthWall: Here and there, as expected.
-->'''Dr. Seward''': For Heaven's sake, who in all of England, by the furthest stretch of imagination, could possibly be a vampire ?
-->'''Maid (introducing)''': Count Dracula.
-->'''Dr. Seward''': Well, maybe him.
26th Feb '17 6:51:14 AM LordAraghast
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* GenreSavvy: Van Helsing has Dr. Seward release Renfield when he realizes that Renfield is Dracula's servant, and hopes that he will lead them to Dracula's hiding place. Renfield almost immediately realizes their plan upon release, and tries to outsmart them....In which he just runs around a bit and believes that he has eluded them.
--> '''Van Helsing:''' ''Gentlemen, we are fortunate''
--> '''Dr. Seward:''' "How?"
--> '''Van Helsing:''' "He's an imbecile"



* IJustWantToBeNormal: Big lipped alligator moment aside; Dracula's daymare, where he can walk in the sunlight and apparently cured of his vampirism, suggests that he secretly wishes to become a human again as he is overjoyed when drinking Lucy's blood has apparently cured him.

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* IJustWantToBeNormal: Big lipped alligator moment aside; Dracula's daymare, where he can walk in the sunlight and apparently cured of his vampirism, suggests that he secretly wishes to become a human again as he is overjoyed when apparently drinking Lucy's blood has apparently cured him.
26th Feb '17 6:47:51 AM LordAraghast
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* GenreSavvy: Van Helsing has Dr. Seward release Renfield when he realizes that Renfield is Dracula's servant, and hopes that he will lead them to Dracula's hiding place. Renfield almost immediately realizes their plan upon release, and tries to outsmart them....In which he just runs around a bit and believes that he has eluded them.
--> '''Van Helsing:''' ''Gentlemen, we are fortunate''
--> '''Dr. Seward:''' "How?"
--> '''Van Helsing:''' "He's an imbecile"


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* IJustWantToBeNormal: Big lipped alligator moment aside; Dracula's daymare, where he can walk in the sunlight and apparently cured of his vampirism, suggests that he secretly wishes to become a human again as he is overjoyed when drinking Lucy's blood has apparently cured him.
9th Jan '17 6:00:30 PM nombretomado
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''Dracula: Dead and Loving It'' is a 1995 Creator/MelBrooks movie (and, as of 2016, his last directorial effort) starring LeslieNielsen as Dracula. It starts as a young solicitor from London, Thomas Renfield (PeterMacNichol), meets the mysterious Count Dracula. He begins to suspect that something is amiss, but the Count hypnotizes him before he can escape. The pair then travel to London, where the Count has purchased a manor next to an insane asylum. He meets his next-door neighbors at an opera: Dr. Seward (played by HarveyKorman), his daughter Mina (AmyYasbeck), her friend Lucy (LysetteAnthony), and Mina's fiancee Jonathan Harker (StevenWeber). Shortly thereafter, Lucy becomes mysteriously ill. This prompts Dr. Seward to seek advice from his old friend Dr. Abram Van Helsing (played by Creator/MelBrooks).

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''Dracula: Dead and Loving It'' is a 1995 Creator/MelBrooks movie (and, as of 2016, his last directorial effort) starring LeslieNielsen Creator/LeslieNielsen as Dracula. It starts as a young solicitor from London, Thomas Renfield (PeterMacNichol), (Creator/PeterMacNichol), meets the mysterious Count Dracula. He begins to suspect that something is amiss, but the Count hypnotizes him before he can escape. The pair then travel to London, where the Count has purchased a manor next to an insane asylum. He meets his next-door neighbors at an opera: Dr. Seward (played by HarveyKorman), Creator/HarveyKorman), his daughter Mina (AmyYasbeck), (Creator/AmyYasbeck), her friend Lucy (LysetteAnthony), (Creator/LysetteAnthony), and Mina's fiancee Jonathan Harker (StevenWeber).(Creator/StevenWeber). Shortly thereafter, Lucy becomes mysteriously ill. This prompts Dr. Seward to seek advice from his old friend Dr. Abram Van Helsing (played by Creator/MelBrooks).



* OohMeAccentsSlipping: LeslieNielsen briefly drops his Transylvanian accent when Dracula receives an EyePoke during the film's climax.

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* OohMeAccentsSlipping: LeslieNielsen Creator/LeslieNielsen briefly drops his Transylvanian accent when Dracula receives an EyePoke during the film's climax.
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