History Film / HorrorOfDracula

12th Feb '18 6:47:08 AM AmuckCricetine
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* AdaptationNationality: Van Helsing is a dapper Englishman, as opposed to the elderly Dutchman of the novel.

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* AdaptationNationality: AdaptationalNationality: Van Helsing is a dapper Englishman, as opposed to the elderly Dutchman of the novel.
12th Feb '18 6:46:31 AM AmuckCricetine
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* AdaptationNationality: Van Helsing is a dapper Englishman, as opposed to the elderly Dutchman of the novel.


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* TheQuietOne: Dracula only has thirteen lines in the whole film. Apart from assorted snarls and hisses, he never actually speaks to anyone other than Jonathan Harker.
10th Dec '17 8:37:46 AM Farnham
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A very loose adaptation of the [[Literature/{{Dracula}} Bram Stoker novel]], the film opens with Jonathan Harker arriving in the Castle Dracula. He has come to destroy Dracula, but the plan falls through and he becomes a victim of the Count. Shortly after, Van Helsing arrives to investigate and discovers that he has been turned into a vampire, and Dracula has moved out from his castle to find more prey.

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A very loose adaptation of the [[Literature/{{Dracula}} Bram Stoker novel]], the film opens with Jonathan Harker arriving in the Castle Dracula. He has come to destroy Dracula, but the plan falls through and he becomes a victim of the Count. Shortly after, Van Helsing arrives to investigate and discovers that he Harker has been turned into a vampire, and Dracula has moved out from his castle to find more prey.
10th Nov '17 9:51:45 AM jamespolk
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* RevealingHug: The woman in Dracula's castle, who begs Harker to help her escape. He agrees, she tearfully thanks him, and they embrace...and then she gets a very carnivorous look. And then her fangs come out.
31st Oct '17 8:39:25 AM ClintEastwood
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* YouMustBeCold: Played innocently when Van Helsing gives his coat to a scared little girl, and then tells her "You look like a teddy bear."
22nd Oct '17 5:59:47 PM Mdumas43073
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* AdaptationalAttractiveness: Van Helsing, an old man in the novel and 1931 film, is... well, played by Creator/PeterCushing here.

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* AdaptationalAttractiveness: Van Helsing, an old man in the novel and 1931 film, is... well, is played by the dashing and energetic Creator/PeterCushing here.
22nd Oct '17 5:58:42 PM Mdumas43073
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* AdaptationalAttractiveness: Van Helsing, an old man in the novel and 1931 film, is... well, played by Creator/PeterCushing here.
18th Oct '17 1:21:53 PM mlsmithca
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''Horror of Dracula'' is a 1958 Film/HammerHorror film directed by Terence Fisher. Its official British title is simply ''Dracula'', but to avoid [[Film/{{Dracula 1931}} confusion]], we'll be using the title that it was released under in the U.S. It stars Sir Creator/ChristopherLee as the eponymous Count and Creator/PeterCushing as Van Helsing, roles for which they'd both remembered for a long time. Lee would later come to resent his role because of increasingly inferior [[{{Sequelitis}} sequels]] and typecasting.

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''Horror of Dracula'' is a 1958 Film/HammerHorror film directed by Terence Fisher. Its official British title is simply ''Dracula'', but to avoid [[Film/{{Dracula 1931}} confusion]], we'll be using the title that it was released under in the U.S. It stars Sir Creator/ChristopherLee as the eponymous Count and Creator/PeterCushing as Van Helsing, roles for which they'd both be remembered for a long time. Lee would later come to resent his role because of increasingly inferior [[{{Sequelitis}} sequels]] and typecasting.
18th Oct '17 1:20:59 PM mlsmithca
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* AdaptedOut: Due to the fact that film was made on cheap. They took out a good chunk of character from the book. Most notably Quincy and Renfield. Likewise Dracula's three female vampires are reduced to only one in this film.

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* AdaptedOut: Due to As the fact that film was made on cheap. They took out the cheap, a good chunk of character characters from the book. Most book were cut, most notably Quincy and Renfield. Likewise Likewise, Dracula's three female vampires are reduced to only one in this film.
17th Oct '17 3:38:46 PM Mdumas43073
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* AdaptedOut: Due to the fact that film was made on cheap. They took out a good chunk of character from the book. Most notably Quincy and Renfield. Likewise Dracula's three female vampires is only reduced to one in this film.

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* AdaptedOut: Due to the fact that film was made on cheap. They took out a good chunk of character from the book. Most notably Quincy and Renfield. Likewise Dracula's three female vampires is only are reduced to only one in this film.
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