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1931

Dracula - 1931
 

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When this film was made in 1930, it was common practice for Hollywood studios to make alternative versions of their films for foreign markets - a Spanish language version of Dracula, with a different cast and crew, was filmed simultaneously, using the same sets and script but working at night with a different cast and crew. The Spanish version was included in the US release of this disc but not in the region 2 release. [Dennis Sisterson, Ealing, London]


Starring:

  • Bela Lugosi ... Count Dracula
  • Helen Chandler ... Mina Seward
  • David Manners ... Jonathan Harker
  • Dwight Frye ... Renfield
  • Edward Van Sloan ... Prof. Abraham Van Helsing
  • Herbert Bunston ... Dr. Jack Seward
  • Frances Dade ... Lucy Weston
  • Joan Standing ... Briggs (a nurse)
  • Charles K. Gerrard ... Martin
  • Donald Murphy ... Coach passenger
  • Nicholas Bela ... Coach passenger
  • Michael Visaroff ... Innkeeper
  • Tod Browning ... Harbormaster
  • Anita Harder ... Flower delivery girl
  • Anna Bakacs ... Innkeeper's daughter
  • Carla Laemmle ... Young girl passenger
  • Daisy Belmore ... Coach passenger
  • Cornelia Thaw ... Dracula's wife
  • Dorothy Tree ... Dracula's wife
  • Josephine Velez ... Grace (English nurse)
  • Moon Carroll ... Maid
  • Geraldine Dvorak ... Dracula's wife

Production

  • Director: Tod Browning
  • Encoding: Disc are Region Specific (Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Format: Black & White, Closed-captioned, Dolby
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Universal Studios DVD
  • Release Date: August 28, 2001

DVD Features:

  • Commentary by film historian David J. Skal
  • Production notes
  • Theatrical trailer(s)
  • Includes the complete Spanish version, shot simultaneously on the same sets by by Paul Kohner, starring Carlos Villarias and Lupita Tovar (US Edition only)
  • Documentary: The Road To Dracula an original documentary by David J. Skal
  • A new score by Philip Glass, performed by the Kronos Quartet, available also as an Isolated Music Track
  • Poster and Photo Montage
  • Universal Web Link

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