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Literature for
Dracula (1931) More at IMDbPro »

Printed Media Reviews
Aubron, Hervé. "Les rôdeurs des salles obscures. Depuis le "Nosferatu" de Murnau, des cinéastes ont fait du vampire le totem de leur art. Les films n'ont-ils pas le pouvoir de posséder les corps et d'hypnotiser les spectateurs ?". In: "Le Magazine Littéraire" (Paris, France), Sophia Publications, Iss. # 529, March 2013, Pg. 78, (MG), ISSN: 0024-9807
Gires, Pierre. "Le fantastique dans le western américain". In: "Fantastyka" (Neuilly-sur-Seine, Hauts-de-Seine, France), Promofantastique, Iss. # 1, October 1993, Pg. 33, (MG)
Hall, Mordaunt. "The Screen; Bram Stoker's Human Vampire.". In: "The New York Times", 13 February 1931, Pg. 3, (NP)

Monographic related book
Haworth-Maden, Clare. "Dracula: Everything You Always Wanted to Know About the Man, the Myth, and the Movies". (Greenwich, CT), Brompton Books Corp., 1992, (BK), 0517069733
Phillip J. Riley & foreward by Ivan Butler & preface by Carla Laemmle: special introduction by Bela Lugosi & additional production background by George Turner. "MagicImage Filmbooks". (New Jersey, USA), 1990, 1882127099
Skal, David J. "Hollywood Gothic: The tangled web of Dracula from novel to stage to screen". (USA), New York, NY W.W. Norton & Comapny Inc, 1990, 0393029042

Original Literary Source
Stoker, Bram. "Dracula". London:, 1897
Stoker, Bram. "Dracula". (New York), Doubleday & McClure Co., 1899, Pg. 378, (BK)

Brunas, Michael, John Brunas, Tom Weaver, "Universal Horrors," Jefferson, NC, McFarland & Co. 1990, Pg. 624, 0899503691
Senn, Bryan. "Golden Horrors". (Jefferson, NC and London), McFarland & Company, Inc., 1996, Pg. 9-19, (BK), 0786401753

Other information
"Dracula". In: "Film-Programm der Kino-Szene" (Vogt, Germany), Peter Kranzpiller, Iss. 140, 1980, Pg. 4

Philip J. Riley, editor. "Dracula: The Original 1931 Shooting Script". (Jersey), Magicimage Filmbooks Absecon, New, 1990, 1882127099

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