History Film / DraculaDeadAndLovingIt

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.
26th Oct '16 12:29:54 PM Mdumas43073
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->"''My '''God!''' What'' are ''you doing to the furniture?''"

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->"''My '''God!''' What'' are ''you doing you ''doing to the furniture?''"
19th Aug '16 12:07:17 AM Mikeyfan93
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''Dracula: Dead and Loving It'' is a 1995 Creator/MelBrooks movie (and, as of 2011, 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 2011, 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).
21st May '16 7:53:57 PM erforce
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* TheRenfield: Played by Peter [=MacNichol=], who had previously played a Renfield in ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}} II''.

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* TheRenfield: Played by Peter [=MacNichol=], who had previously played a Renfield in ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}} II''.''Film/GhostbustersII''.
14th Mar '16 5:17:36 AM morenohijazo
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* ProfaneLastWords: Dracula has escaped the vampire hunters, and is hiding in the rafters when Renfield throws open a trapdoor in the roof so his Master can escape. Only one problem: it was daylight. And there was ''nothing'' to block full sun from hitting Drac, either.
--> '''Dracula:''' ''screams in pain'' Renfield, you asshole!



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25th Aug '15 8:03:13 AM ImpudentInfidel
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* CompositeCharacter: Brooks dispenses with all of Lucy's suitors except Seward, who becomes her much-older guardian instead. Harker takes over the role of all the four younger men. It's mentioned that he liked Lucy, while being Mina's suitor. Liked, not LIKE-Liked. Meanwhile, Harker's Transylvania adventures are given to Reinfield.
6th Aug '15 4:53:02 PM RushLimborg
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* IHaveBoobsYouMustObey: Harker: "But I am British!" Lucy: ''(Tearing open her dress)'' "And so are THESE!"
26th May '15 11:33:47 PM Alceister
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*** That has some basis in myth, actually - that a vampire can't enter a house without being invited in.

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*** That has some basis in myth, actually - that a vampire can't enter a house without being invited in.in, and is actually reflected in the original novel.
6th May '15 10:05:33 PM bt8257
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** Even more hilarious due to EnforcedMethodActing (see below).

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** Even more hilarious due to EnforcedMethodActing (see below).the Trivia page).
16th Jan '15 5:04:53 AM StClair
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--> '''Renfield:''' [[BlackComedyRape What are you doing? No! This is wrong! This is wrong, this is wrong!]] ''*beat*'' [[DoubleStandardRapeFemaleOnMale Wrong me, wrong me, wrong my ''brains'' out! Mm-mm-mmm-mmm-MM!]]

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--> '''Renfield:''' [[BlackComedyRape What are you doing? No! This is wrong! This is wrong, this is wrong!]] ''*beat*'' [[DoubleStandardRapeFemaleOnMale Wrong me, wrong me, wrong my ''brains'' BRAINS out! Mm-mm-mmm-mmm-MM!]]
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