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26th Jan '16 6:12:09 PM Vir
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* Draculaura in the ''Franchise/MonsterHigh'' tv series has this accent.
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* Draculaura in the ''Franchise/MonsterHigh'' tv TV series has this accent.

** Actually, {{Dracula}} did, since he was the narrator. However, Zoltan the tomato when he had a speaking role did so, while Prof. Gangreen and Igor, [[TheMasquerade in disguise as vampires]], did as they escaped from the real vampires. * Anytime a vampire similar to {{Dracula}} is featured in a cartoon, hence the TropeNamer.
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** Actually, {{Dracula}} Dracula did, since he was the narrator. However, Zoltan the tomato when he had a speaking role did so, while Prof. Gangreen and Igor, [[TheMasquerade in disguise as vampires]], did as they escaped from the real vampires. * Anytime a vampire similar to {{Dracula}} Dracula is featured in a cartoon, hence the TropeNamer.
28th Dec '15 3:57:49 AM ChristianTropes33
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* Mametchi from ''VideoGame/{{Tamagotchi}}!'' averts this.
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* Mametchi from ''VideoGame/{{Tamagotchi}}!'' averts this.this and FangThpeak.
28th Dec '15 3:49:54 AM ChristianTropes33
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[[folder: Vanime and Vanga (Anime and Manga)]] * Mametchi from ''VideoGame/{{Tamagotchi}}!'' averts this. [[/folder]]
18th Dec '15 11:11:46 PM nombretomado
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* Joachim in ''ShadowHearts: Covenant'' (who, as a CampGay, is about as far from Dracula as you can possibly get) still parodies this when he turns into his Golden Bat form. One of his victory lines is "I vant to suck your blood! Hehe, just kidding!"
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* Joachim in ''ShadowHearts: Covenant'' ''VideoGame/ShadowHeartsCovenant'' (who, as a CampGay, is about as far from Dracula as you can possibly get) still parodies this when he turns into his Golden Bat form. One of his victory lines is "I vant to suck your blood! Hehe, just kidding!"
5th Dec '15 4:51:59 PM nombretomado
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--> '''Xander:''' Where'd you get that accent, pal? ''SesameStreet''? "Vun, two, three! Three victims! Ahahaha!"
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--> '''Xander:''' Where'd you get that accent, pal? ''SesameStreet''? ''Series/SesameStreet''? "Vun, two, three! Three victims! Ahahaha!"
11th Nov '15 9:23:37 PM Llygodenfawr
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See also FangThpeak and SssssnakeTalk. Compare TheCoconutEffect Related to FakeRussian+
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See also FangThpeak and SssssnakeTalk. Compare TheCoconutEffect TheCoconutEffect. Related to FakeRussian+FakeRussian.

* In the ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' fic ''[[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/6159511/51/Slipping-Between-Worlds Slipping Between Worlds]]'', the ingenuous visitor Philip Holtack learns vampires ''really'' exist from Sally von Humpeding. He learns much form her, especially about vamp sexuality, and is brought crashing down to Disc again in a lecture from Doreen von Vinkling.
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* In the ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' fic ''[[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/6159511/51/Slipping-Between-Worlds Slipping Between Worlds]]'', the ingenuous visitor Philip Holtack learns vampires ''really'' exist from Sally von Humpeding. He learns much form from her, especially about vamp sexuality, and is brought crashing down to Disc again in a lecture from Doreen von Vinkling.
11th Nov '15 9:20:23 PM Llygodenfawr
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In the novel ''Literature/{{Dracula}}'' the character of Count Dracula is said to be a Szekely, a Hungarian-speaking ethnic group still found in {{Romania}}. (This is one of the many characteristics that makes Stoker's character Dracula different from the historical Vlad The Impaler -Tepes-, who was ethnically Vlach and spoke Romanian as his native language). Bela Lugosi's native language was also Hungarian. The stereotyped vampire accent is therefore based mostly on the Hungarian accent, but often just shades off into an [[WhatTheHellIsThatAccent unidentifiable]] [[{{Uberwald}} Eastern European]] accent. Perhaps due to the prominence of Jewish actors in Hollywood, sometimes it can also sound suspiciously like Yiddish - which, although a Germanic language, has been significantly influenced by Slavic languages, especially in terms of pronunciation/accent (at least for the Eastern Yiddish dialect group with Galitsianer, i.e Ukrainian, Yiddish and Litvak, i.e. Lithuanian, Yiddish).
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In the novel ''Literature/{{Dracula}}'' the character of Count Dracula is said to be a Szekely, a Hungarian-speaking ethnic group still found in {{Romania}}. (This is one of the many characteristics that makes Stoker's character Dracula different from the historical Vlad The the Impaler -Tepes-, -- Tepes --, who was ethnically Vlach and spoke Romanian as his native language). Bela Lugosi's native language was also Hungarian. The stereotyped vampire accent is therefore based mostly on the Hungarian accent, but often just shades off into an [[WhatTheHellIsThatAccent unidentifiable]] [[{{Uberwald}} Eastern European]] accent. Perhaps due to the prominence of Jewish actors in Hollywood, sometimes it can also sound suspiciously like Yiddish - which, although a Germanic language, has been significantly influenced by Slavic languages, especially in terms of pronunciation/accent (at least for the Eastern Yiddish dialect group with Galitsianer, i.e Ukrainian, Yiddish and Litvak, i.e. Lithuanian, Yiddish).
3rd Oct '15 12:04:46 PM Hanz
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* ''Videogame/{{Magicka}}'' and it's sequel has Vlad, [[MostDefinitelyNotAVillain though he constantly claims he is not a vampire]].
25th Sep '15 12:44:19 AM lunayoshi
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super mario bros. super show. It's the live-action portion of a live/animated mash of stuff, so if I put it in the wrong place, feel free to edit.
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* The live portion of an episode of ''Series/TheSuperMarioBrosSuperShow'' has a vampire with this trope. It's a very [[OohMeAccentsSlipping LOUSY stereotyped accent]], but that's on par with the overall quality of the series anyway.
26th Aug '15 7:26:04 PM nombretomado
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* In the VincentPrice episode (of course!) of ''TheMuppetShow'', one sketch has Gonzo and Fozzie checking out their castle-like summer cottage, which Gonzo bought (rented? leased?) based on its ad in "The Wampire Veekly".
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* In the VincentPrice episode (of course!) of ''TheMuppetShow'', ''Series/TheMuppetShow'', one sketch has Gonzo and Fozzie checking out their castle-like summer cottage, which Gonzo bought (rented? leased?) based on its ad in "The Wampire Veekly".
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