Dracula is searching for a woman who looks like his long dead wife.
Did You Know?
American network CBS took advantage of the successful release of director Francis Ford Coppola
's identically titled adaptation, Bram Stoker's Dracula
(1992), to rebroadcast the film on November 28, 1992 (two weeks after Coppola's film opened). Similarly, distributor MPI released the film on VHS in the United States on December 8 of that year (just over three weeks after Coppola's film opened). See more
When Dracula flips over Lucy's coffin, the supposedly dead actress inside can clearly be seen to quickly raise her arms to cover her chest and face, presumably to shield herself from the fall. See more
Mr. Harker... Now I go to England, and you...
[picks him up by the throat and throws him across the room
Two versions were created, one for American television and a slightly gorier print for theatrical distribution in Europe. The European version first surfaced on VHS in America in the 1980s hosted by Elvira. In 2002, the TV version was released on DVD by MPI, and they subsequently issued the theatrical version on blu-ray in 2014. See more
Version of Tomb of Dracula