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A raring pairing of the original 1931 classic with 1936’s sequel. ‘Dracula’s Daughter’ is a follow-up that was far ahead of its time. Join us as we sink our teeth into October, in the best possible way.
(Dir: Tod Browning, 1931, Universal, DCP)
The dashing, mysterious Count Dracula (Bela Lugosi), after hypnotizing a British soldier, Renfield (Dwight Frye), into his mindless slave, travels to London and takes up residence in an old castle. Soon Dracula begins to wreak havoc, sucking the blood of young women and turning them into vampires. When he sets his sights on Mina (Helen Chandler), the daughter of a prominent doctor, vampire-hunter Van Helsing (Edward Van Sloan) is enlisted to put a stop to the count’s never-ending bloodlust.
(Dir: Lambert Hillyer 1936, Universal, DCP)
Although Count Dracula was destroyed by Van Helsing (Edward Van Sloan), who is now being tried for his murder, Dracula’s daughter, the Countess Marya Zaleska (Gloria Holden), is still alive — and her father’s death has brought her no closer to eradicating her vampiric thirst for blood. When attempts to free herself of the disease fail, she turns to psychiatrist Dr. Garth (Otto Kruger) for assistance, but soon finds herself struggling with the desire to make him one of the undead as well.
- Genre Horror
- Director Tod Browning & Lambert Hillyer
- Released 1931 & 1936
- Runtime 2hr 26m
- Rated Passed
- Studio Universal
- CountryUnited States
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