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Dracula (1931)

 





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Dracula (1931)

In the original horror film from Tod Browning:

  • an atmospheric Transylvania opening in Castle Dracula - Dracula's (Bela Lugosi) entrance on a long staircase below a gigantic spider-web with his lilting accent as he introduced himself (with long pauses between each word) to British real estate agent Renfield (Dwight Frye): ("I ... am... Dracula. I bid you welcome") - he was clad in formal evening clothes and adorned with a black cape
  • Dracula's later pronouncement: "I never drink - wine"
  • his response to wolves howling: "Listen to them. Children of the night. What music they make"
  • the crazed slave Renfield's giggling like an idiot among the coffins in the hold of the ship

Giant Spider-Web Above Stairway in Castle Dracula

"I...am...Dracula"

Insane Renfield

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