• 1931
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Horror

The atmospheric opening is the best part--moody and full of sinister potential. After that, it's stilted drawing-room talk, variably acted, except for the cultish over-the-top dementia of Dwight Frye. Still, DRACULA is the film that started the 1930s horror cycle, secured Universal's position as the horror studio, and made Hungarian actor Bela Lugosi a...read more

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Director (1 Credit)
Writer (3 Credits)
Source (3 Credits)
Bram Stoker
Hamilton Deane
John Lloyd Balderston
Producer (1 Credit)
Carl Laemmle
Assoc. Producer (1 Credit)
E.M. Asher
Cinematographer (1 Credit)
Editor (2 Credits)
Maurice Pivar
Musical Composer (2 Credits)
Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky
Art Director (1 Credit)
Charles D. Hall
Set Decorator (1 Credit)
R.A. Gausman
Costumes (2 Credits)
Ed Ware
Vera West
Casting (1 Credit)
Phil M. Friedman
Sound (1 Credit)
C. Roy Hunter
Make Up (1 Credit)
Jack P. Pierce

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