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* DiesDifferentlyInAdaptation: Dracula is killed by Van Helsing who drives a stake into his heart, while in the novel he is killed when Jonathan Harker cuts his throat with a knife and, at the same time, Quincey Morris thrusts a knife into his heart.

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* DiesDifferentlyInAdaptation: Dracula is killed by Van Helsing who drives driving a wooden stake into his heart, while in the novel he is killed when by Jonathan Harker cuts cutting his throat with a knife and, at the same time, Quincey Morris thrusts thrusting a knife into his heart.


* AdaptationalNiceGuy: Somewhat; Dracula is still evil but his relationship with his brides is rather less antagonistic. When he finds them seducing Jonathan, his reaction is akin to a father's stern rebuke to his wayward children. Likewise, when they claim "he never loves", it's more a playful interaction between the four and he embraces them when he tells them of his plans to head to London.

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* AdaptationalNiceGuy: Somewhat; Dracula is still evil but his relationship with his brides is rather less antagonistic.antagonistic than in the novel. When he finds them seducing Jonathan, his reaction is akin to a father's stern rebuke to his wayward children. Likewise, when they claim "he never loves", it's more a playful interaction between the four and he embraces them when he tells them of his plans to head to London.


* AdaptationalNiceGuy: Somewhat; Dracula is still evil but his relationship with his brides is less antagonistic. When he finds them seducing Johnathan, he does use a monstrous tone for a second but it's more like a stern warning as if talking to children. Likewise when they claim "he never loves", it's more a playful interaction between the four and he likewise embraces them when he tells them of his plans to head to London.

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* AdaptationalNiceGuy: Somewhat; Dracula is still evil but his relationship with his brides is rather less antagonistic. When he finds them seducing Johnathan, he does use Jonathan, his reaction is akin to a monstrous tone for a second but it's more like a father's stern warning as if talking to rebuke to his wayward children. Likewise Likewise, when they claim "he never loves", it's more a playful interaction between the four and he likewise embraces them when he tells them of his plans to head to London.


* AdaptationalNiceGuy: Somewhat, Drac is still evil but his relationship with his brides is less antagonistic. When he finds them seducing Johnathan, he does use a monstrous tone for a second but it's more like a stern warning as if talking to children. Likewise when they claim "he never loves", it's more a playful interaction between the four and he likewise embraces them when he tells them of his plans to head to London.

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* AdaptationalNiceGuy: Somewhat, Drac Somewhat; Dracula is still evil but his relationship with his brides is less antagonistic. When he finds them seducing Johnathan, he does use a monstrous tone for a second but it's more like a stern warning as if talking to children. Likewise when they claim "he never loves", it's more a playful interaction between the four and he likewise embraces them when he tells them of his plans to head to London.


''Count Dracula'' is a television adaptation of ''Literature/{{Dracula}}'' made in 1977 by Creator/TheBBC, starring Creator/LouisJourdan in the title role.

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''Count Dracula'' is a television adaptation of ''Literature/{{Dracula}}'' made in 1977 by Creator/TheBBC, starring Creator/LouisJourdan in the [[{{Dracula}} title role.role]].


* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: Lucy's gradual withering away as Dracula feeds on her is realistically portrayed here as an agonizing infectious disease, causing her endless confusion, pain, and suffering as she slowly succumbs to the vampiric plague.



* RealityEnsues: Lucy's gradual withering away as Dracula feeds on her is realistically portrayed here as an agonizing infectious disease, causing her endless confusion, pain, and suffering as she slowly succumbs to the vampiric plague.

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* DiesDifferentlyInAdaptation: Dracula is killed by Van Helsing who drives a stake into his heart, while in the novel he is killed when Jonathan Harker cuts his throat with a knife and, at the same time, Quincey Morris thrusts a knife into his heart.


Originally broadcast in its entirety, it was split up into a three-part MiniSeries for subsequent re-airings. In the United States, it was shown on Creator/{{PBS}}' ''Series/GreatPerformances''.

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Originally broadcast in its entirety, as a single film, it was split up into a three-part MiniSeries for subsequent re-airings. In the United States, it was shown on Creator/{{PBS}}' ''Series/GreatPerformances''.


''Count Dracula'' is a television adaptation of ''Literature/{{Dracula}}'' made in 1977 by Creator/TheBBC, starring Creator/LouisJourdan in the title role. In the United States, it aired on Creator/{{PBS}}' ''Series/GreatPerformances''.

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''Count Dracula'' is a television adaptation of ''Literature/{{Dracula}}'' made in 1977 by Creator/TheBBC, starring Creator/LouisJourdan in the title role.

Originally broadcast in its entirety, it was split up into a three-part MiniSeries for subsequent re-airings.
In the United States, it aired was shown on Creator/{{PBS}}' ''Series/GreatPerformances''.


''Count Dracula'' is a TV mini-series adaptation of ''Literature/{{Dracula}}'' made in 1977 by Creator/TheBBC, starring Creator/LouisJourdan in the title role. In the United States, it aired on Creator/{{PBS}}' ''Series/GreatPerformances''.

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''Count Dracula'' is a TV mini-series television adaptation of ''Literature/{{Dracula}}'' made in 1977 by Creator/TheBBC, starring Creator/LouisJourdan in the title role. In the United States, it aired on Creator/{{PBS}}' ''Series/GreatPerformances''.


''Count Dracula'' is a TV mini-series adaptation of ''Literature/{{Dracula}}'' made in 1977 by Creator/TheBBC, starring Creator/LouisJourdan as Dracula. In the United States, it aired on Creator/{{PBS}}' ''Series/GreatPerformances''.

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''Count Dracula'' is a TV mini-series adaptation of ''Literature/{{Dracula}}'' made in 1977 by Creator/TheBBC, starring Creator/LouisJourdan as Dracula.in the title role. In the United States, it aired on Creator/{{PBS}}' ''Series/GreatPerformances''.


''Count Dracula'' is a TV mini-series adaptation of ''Literature/{{Dracula}}'' made in 1977 by Creator/TheBBC, starring Creator/LouisJourdan as Dracula. In the United States, it was seen on ''Series/GreatPerformances''.

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''Count Dracula'' is a TV mini-series adaptation of ''Literature/{{Dracula}}'' made in 1977 by Creator/TheBBC, starring Creator/LouisJourdan as Dracula. In the United States, it was seen aired on Creator/{{PBS}}' ''Series/GreatPerformances''.


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* TruerToTheText: Despite combining two characters, this verison is considered to be the most faithful adaptation of the story.

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* TruerToTheText: Despite combining two characters, this verison version is considered to be the most faithful adaptation of the story.


* TruerToTheText: Despite combining two characters, this verison is considered to be one of the more faithful adaptations of the story.

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* TruerToTheText: Despite combining two characters, this verison is considered to be one of the more most faithful adaptations adaptation of the story.

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