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Pamela Brown ...
Mrs. Westenra
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Virginia Wetherell ...
Dracula's Wife (as Virginia Wetherall)
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George Pravda ...
Innkeeper
Hana Maria Pravda ...
Innkeeper's Wife (as Hanna-Maria Pravda)
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Zookeeper
Fred Stone ...
Priest
Roy Spencer ...
Whitby Inn Clerk
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Dracula is searching for a woman who looks like his long dead wife.

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Jack Palance admitted to being glad once the film was completed. A method actor, he felt that he was "becoming" Dracula more than he wanted. See more »

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The supposedly Hungarian innkeeper and his wife who greet Jonathan Harker in the opening scene speak Russian. See more »

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Version of Dracula (2002) See more »

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A true image of a Vampire Lord
23 February 2001 | by (Stockholm, Sweden) – See all my reviews

This is a review in retrospect, since it's been about 20+ years or so since I saw it on TV. However, despite the time passed might seem great, the overall impressions is still there, and for a reason. This is just simply one of the best visualizations of a Vampire Lord filmed.

Jack Palance moves through the story with absolute power and confidence - as it becomes him - being an Immortal creature. I remember being truly pleased by this one thing; at last, a movie that showed how this powerful creature a Vampire really is, also allowed it to behave like an Immortal being.

Palance is not the kind that lurks in the shadows waiting to stab it's unsuspecting prey in the back, he steps out and confronts his hunters in the open and laugh mercilessly at their despair. Of course these puny humans chasing him is nothing more than an itch to be scratched. Annoying, but nothing more...

This film makes a very believable depiction of what it would be like to have an undead Immortal Lord (or Count) crashing through your neighborhood...


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