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** Creators/BorisKarloff and Creator/CesarRomero were initially planned to appear in the film, but dropped out for unknown reasons.

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** Creators/BorisKarloff Creator/BorisKarloff and Creator/CesarRomero were initially planned to appear in the film, but dropped out for unknown reasons.


** The first third of the film was originally going to be a prologue set in the Middle Ages, with Creator/BelaLugosi returning as a pre-undead Count Dracula. It would ultimately serving as an OriginStory, showing that Dracula became a vampire after being cursed by a demon. The script had to be heavily rewritten after the censors objected to the more sexual elements of the flashback scenes (such as Dracula seeking women to join his harem), meaning Lugiosi still got paid without even showing up in the movie.

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** The first third of the film was originally going to be a prologue set in the Middle Ages, with Creator/BelaLugosi returning as a pre-undead Count Dracula. It This would have ultimately serving served as an OriginStory, showing that Dracula became a vampire after being cursed by a demon. The script had to be heavily rewritten after the censors objected to the more sexual elements of the flashback scenes (such as Dracula seeking women to join his harem), meaning Lugiosi still got paid without even showing up in the movie.


** Creators/BorisKarloff and Cesar Romero were initially planned to appear in the film, but dropped out for unknown reasons.

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** Creators/BorisKarloff and Cesar Romero Creator/CesarRomero were initially planned to appear in the film, but dropped out for unknown reasons.


** Creators/BorisKarloff and Cesar Romero were initially planned to appear in the film, but dropped out for unknown reasons.
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** Creators/BorisKarloff and Cesar Romero were initially planned to appear in the film, but dropped out for unknown reasons.
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WhatCouldHaveBeen: The first third of the film was originally going to be a prologue set in the Middle Ages, with Creator/BelaLugosi returning as a pre-undead Count Dracula. It would ultimately serving as an OriginStory, showing that Dracula became a vampire after being cursed by a demon. The script had to be heavily rewritten after the censors objected to the more sexual elements of the flashback scenes (such as Dracula seeking women to join his harem), meaning Lugiosi still got paid without even showing up in the movie.

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The first third of the film was originally going to be a prologue set in the Middle Ages, with Creator/BelaLugosi returning as a pre-undead Count Dracula. It would ultimately serving as an OriginStory, showing that Dracula became a vampire after being cursed by a demon. The script had to be heavily rewritten after the censors objected to the more sexual elements of the flashback scenes (such as Dracula seeking women to join his harem), meaning Lugiosi still got paid without even showing up in the movie.movie.
** Creators/BorisKarloff and Cesar Romero were initially planned to appear in the film, but dropped out for unknown reasons.
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WhatCouldHaveBeen: The first third of the film was originally going to be a prologue set in the Middle Ages, with Creator/BellaLugiosi returning as a pre-undead Count Dracula. It would ultimately serving as an OriginStory, showing that Dracula became a vampire after being cursed by a demon. The script had to be heavily rewritten after the censors objected to the more sexual elements of the flashback scenes (such as Dracula seeking women to join his harem), meaning Lugiosi still got paid without even showing up in the movie.

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WhatCouldHaveBeen: The first third of the film was originally going to be a prologue set in the Middle Ages, with Creator/BellaLugiosi Creator/BelaLugosi returning as a pre-undead Count Dracula. It would ultimately serving as an OriginStory, showing that Dracula became a vampire after being cursed by a demon. The script had to be heavily rewritten after the censors objected to the more sexual elements of the flashback scenes (such as Dracula seeking women to join his harem), meaning Lugiosi still got paid without even showing up in the movie.


WhatCouldHaveBeen: The first third of the film was originally going to be a prologue set in the Middle Ages, with Creator/BelaLugiosi returning as a pre-undead Count Dracula. It would ultimately serving as an OriginStory, showing that Dracula became a vampire after being cursed by a demon. The script had to be heavily rewritten after the censors objected to the more sexual elements of the flashback scenes (such as Dracula seeking women to join his harem), meaning Lugiosi still got paid without even showing up in the movie.

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WhatCouldHaveBeen: The first third of the film was originally going to be a prologue set in the Middle Ages, with Creator/BelaLugiosi Creator/BellaLugiosi returning as a pre-undead Count Dracula. It would ultimately serving as an OriginStory, showing that Dracula became a vampire after being cursed by a demon. The script had to be heavily rewritten after the censors objected to the more sexual elements of the flashback scenes (such as Dracula seeking women to join his harem), meaning Lugiosi still got paid without even showing up in the movie.

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WhatCouldHaveBeen: The first third of the film was originally going to be a prologue set in the Middle Ages, with Creator/BelaLugiosi returning as a pre-undead Count Dracula. It would ultimately serving as an OriginStory, showing that Dracula became a vampire after being cursed by a demon. The script had to be heavily rewritten after the censors objected to the more sexual elements of the flashback scenes (such as Dracula seeking women to join his harem), meaning Lugiosi still got paid without even showing up in the movie.

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