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Drácula (Dracula, Spanish Version) (1931)

Drácula (Dracula, Spanish Version) (1931)

Drácula (Dracula, Spanish Version)





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The grisly doings of Bram Stoker's vampire count are featured here as he ventures from his native Transylvania to England in search of new blood. Made in tandem with the Todd Browning classic, this foreign-market version with a different cast and director is frequently superior to the English-language one.more
Rating: Unrated
Genre: Drama, Horror, Art House & International
Directed By:
Written By: Garrett Fort, Baltasar Fernández Cué
In Theaters:
On DVD: Sep 10, 1992


Carlos Villar
as Drácula
Eduardo Arozamena
as Dr. Van Helsing
Barry Norton
as Juan Harker
Manuel Arb
as Martín
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Critic Reviews for Drácula (Dracula, Spanish Version)

All Critics (5) | Top Critics (1)

Full Review… | September 23, 2006
Chicago Sun-Times
Top Critic

The quick cash-in proves to be a much more mature and comprehensible work... even as it makes a couple of mistakes that Browning was able to avoid.

Full Review… | October 8, 2009
Antagony & Ecstasy

Dracula (1931) is one of the earliest classic American horror films from Carl Laemmle's Universal Pictures - an acclaimed masterpiece directed by Tod Browning...

Full Review… | September 23, 2006
Tim Dirks' The Greatest Films

An impressive curiosity.

Full Review… | October 11, 2005

Full Review… | September 23, 2006
Christian Science Monitor

Audience Reviews for Drácula (Dracula, Spanish Version)

Although the cinematography is more atmospheric than the Tod Browning version, it's obvious that Carlos Villarias is no Bela Lugosi.

Randy Tippy

Super Reviewer

As said before there are a lot of Dracula Movies out there from Blockbusters to B ones. Its the old same thing, just tiny bits difference sometimes.

Wahida K

Super Reviewer

Filmed at night using Spanish-speaking actors on the same sets the Tod Browning/Bela Lugosi crew used in the day, this is an alternate version of the Dracula story. Melford's variation is more eerie and atmospheric than the English language version, and less stagebound; if Lugosi had starred in this one, it could have been the greatest horror movie ever made.

Greg S

Super Reviewer

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