Little Dracula is a green-skinned, child vampire who aspires to be like his father, Big Dracula, yet also enjoys rock 'n roll and surfing.






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Series cast summary:
Joey Camen ...  Werebunny 4 episodes, 1991
Brian Cummings ...  Garlic Man 4 episodes, 1991
Joe Flaherty ...  Big Dracula 4 episodes, 1991
Edan Gross ...  Little Dracula 4 episodes, 1991
Melvyn Hayes ...  Deadwood 4 episodes, 1991
Danny Mann ...  No Eyes / ... 4 episodes, 1991
Neil Ross ...  Maggot 4 episodes, 1991
Kath Soucie ...  Mrs. Dracula / ... 4 episodes, 1991
Jonathan Winters ...  Granny / ... 4 episodes, 1991


Little Dracula is a green-skinned, child vampire who aspires to be like his father, Big Dracula, yet also enjoys rock 'n roll and surfing.

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A great series, with little remembrance or recognition
10 October 2005 | by Dornik-2See all my reviews

I remember this show airing on FOX-TV when I was in the 3rd grade. I only remember six episodes being shown. It was in early September and they showed it everyday after school, and then the following Saturday morning. It involved a vampire who was around eight, his vampire family, his best friend (who was a werewolf) and an evil villain with two evil employees. It was a show that most kids could relate to, as it had Little Dracula starting school, having a Christmas celebration (which was nearly ruined by the evil villain, who was made of Garlic), a Hawaiian vacation, his first job at a fast food place (which the villain owned, and sold evil garlic burgers out of -- just so he could poison the the vampire family) and a couple more. It was a memorable show with excellent artwork and voice talents (including Jon Winters!).

About three months after I last saw it, there were toys at Target stores (a Target exclusive, maybe?) I bought the one with Little Drac and his magic top-hat. Anyway, it was a fantastic show with lots of imagination and originality. I don't understand the politics behind it not becoming a huge show. It was easily as good as the rest of the Fox children's fare of the season. It's just a shame that it never found it's market and took off.

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Release Date:

3 September 1991 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Draculito, mon saigneur See more »

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(26 episodes) | (13 episodes)

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1.33 : 1
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