General Rancor is threatening to destroy the world with a missile he is hiding at his secret base. But to complete his goal, he needs a special computer chip, invented by the scientist Prof... See full summary »
Another spoof from the mind of Mel Brooks. This time he's out to poke fun at the Dracula myth. Basically, he took "Bram Stoker's Dracula," gave it a new cast and a new script and made a big joke out of it. The usual, rich English are attacked by Dracula and Dr. Van Helsing is brought in to save the day. Written by
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As Renfield arrives at the hospital at the end of the film, he turns, holds up his hands and laughs exactly as Herman Munster does in the credits for the original TV show starring Fred Gwynne. See more »
When Dracula visits Renfield in the sanitarium, he pulls apart the metal bars on Renfield's window to have him crawl out. When Dracula let's go of the bars, it is obvious that they are made of rubber. See more »
[after Van Helsing and Johnanthan have returned from driving a stake through Lucy's heart]
I don't understand it! he's covered in blood and there's not a drop on you!
I have been to many stakings- you have to know where to stand! You know, everything in life is location, location, location...
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After the end credits have rolled, you can hear Dracula get the very last "last" word in -- "Chervania!". See more »
"Dracula: Dead and Loving It" is a masterful spoof, though the intricacies would never be recognized by someone unfamiliar with Bram Stoker's novel. The attention to detail, and Brooksian destruction of it is superb.
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