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Dracula: Dead and Loving It ()


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Mel Brooks' parody of the classic vampire story and its famous film adaptations.

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Dracula
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Renfield
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Harker
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Mina
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Lucy
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Dr. Seward
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Professor Van Helsing
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Martin
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Essie
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Sykes
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Innkeeper
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Peasant on Coach
Cherie Franklin ...
Peasant on Coach
Ezio Greggio ...
Coach Driver
Leslie S. Sachs ...
Usherette (as Leslie Sachs)
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Handsome Lieutenant at Ball
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Guard
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Nurse (as Jennifer Crystal)
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Brunette Vampire
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Blonde Vampire
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Man in Straitjacket
Phillip Connery ...
Ship Captain
Tony Griffin ...
Crewman
Casey King ...
Crewman
Nicholas Rempel ...
Crewman (as Nick Rempel)
Zale Kessler ...
Orchestra Leader
Barbaree Earl Nielsen ...
Ballroom Guest (as Barbaree Earl)
Maura Nielsen Kaplan ...
Ballroom Guest (as Maura Nielsen)
Thea Nielsen Disney ...
Ballroom Guest (as Thea Nielsen)
Robin Shepard ...
Ballroom Guest
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Ballroom Guest
Maud Winchester ...
Ballroom Guest (as Maude Winchester)
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Woodbridge
Lisa Cordray ...
Hat Check Girl
Cindy Marshall-Day ...
Young Lover at Picnic
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Young Lover at Picnic (as Benjamin Livingston)
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Gypsy Woman
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Intern
Ric Coy ...
Intern
Tommy Koenig ...
Intern
Michael Connors ...
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Intern
Stephen Wolfe Smith ...
Intern
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Intern
Richard Allen Stewart ...
Intern (as Richard Alan Stewart)
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Intern (as Johnny Cocktails)
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Villager
Derek Mark Lochran ...
Villager
Sonje Fortag ...
Villager
Ira Miller ...
Villager
Henry Kaiser ...
Villager
Kathleen Kane ...
Villager
Loraine Shields ...
Villager
David Savoy ...
Specialty Dancer
Sharon Savoy ...
Specialty Dancer
Audrey K. Baranishyn ...
Ballroom Dancer (as Audrey Baranishyn)
Delores Nemiro ...
Ballroom Dancer
Jeffrey Broadhurst ...
Ballroom Dancer
Jim Peace ...
Ballroom Dancer
Kevin Crawford ...
Ballroom Dancer
Jodi Peterson ...
Ballroom Dancer (as Jody Peterson)
John Frayer ...
Ballroom Dancer
Dennon Rawles ...
Ballroom Dancer
Sandi Johnson ...
Ballroom Dancer
Sandy Rovetta ...
Ballroom Dancer (as Sandra Rovetta)
Shirley Kirkes ...
Ballroom Dancer
Alton Ruff ...
Ballroom Dancer
Manette LaChance ...
Ballroom Dancer
Blane Savage ...
Ballroom Dancer
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Ballroom Dancer
Ted Sprague ...
Ballroom Dancer
Patricia McFarlin-Mattson ...
Ballroom Dancer (as Tricia McFarlin-Mattson)
Jude Van Wormer ...
Ballroom Dancer
Anne McVey ...
Ballroom Dancer
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Ballroom Dancer (as Alan Walls)
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Lorgnette Woman at Opera (uncredited)

Directed by

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Mel Brooks

Written by

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Mel Brooks ... (screenplay) &
Rudy De Luca ... (screenplay) &
Steve Haberman ... (screenplay)
 
Rudy De Luca ... (story) &
Steve Haberman ... (story)
 
Bram Stoker ... (characters)

Produced by

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Mel Brooks ... producer
Robert Latham Brown ... associate producer
Peter Schindler ... executive producer
Leah Zappy ... associate producer

Music by

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Hummie Mann

Cinematography by

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Michael D. O'Shea ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Adam Weiss

Editorial Department

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David Crowther ... assistant editor
Linda DeMarco ... color timer
Mo Henry ... negative cutter
Chris Jackson ... assistant editor
Dana B. Wilson ... assistant editor

Casting By

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Lindsay Chag
Bill Shepard

Production Design by

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Roy Forge Smith

Art Direction by

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Bruce Robert Hill

Set Decoration by

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Jan Pascale

Costume Design by

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Dodie Shepard

Makeup Department

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Jane English ... makeup artist
Dorothy D. Fox ... key hair stylist
Alan Friedman ... key makeup artist (as Alan 'Doc' Friedman)
Erwin H. Kupitz ... wig maker
Todd McIntosh ... makeup department head (as Todd A. McIntosh)
Carol Pershing ... hair stylist
Carol Schwartz ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Robert Latham Brown ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Gregg Goldstone ... first assistant director
Peter Schindler ... second unit director
Robert Scott ... second second assistant director
Kenneth J. Silverstein ... second assistant director (as Kenneth Silverstein)
Ken Wada ... dga trainee
Darrell Woodard ... additional second assistant director

Art Department

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Tom Altobello ... assistant property master
Heidi Baumgarten ... set decoration buyer
Rick Bernos ... paint foreman
Tim Bowen ... set dresser
Jo Brown ... head paint foreperson
David B. Clark ... painter
Gene 'Hap' Cooper ... sculptor
Lauren Cory ... set designer
Phil Dagort ... senior model maker
Jennifer Dawson ... assistant property master (as Jennifer E. Dawson)
Louise Del Araujo ... leadperson
Neil Gahm ... foreman
Curtis Gutierrez ... set dresser
Deborah Harman ... set dresser
Barbara Ann Jaeckel ... set designer
Johnnie Jenkins ... construction accountant
Kristin Frances Jones ... on-set dresser
Terry Kempf ... construction foreman
Al Kenders ... stand-by painter
Allen Lafferty ... foreman
Tim R. Lafferty ... general foreman (as Tim Lafferty)
Jack M. Marino ... property master (as Jack Marino)
Douglas R. Miller ... plaster foreman
Michael J. Miller ... drapery
Lou Mouneu Sr. ... plasterer
Dave Newhouse ... greens coordinator
Robert G. Newhouse ... greens stand-by
Diane O'Connor ... art department coordinator
Joseph G. Pacelli Jr. ... lead set designer
Gary Rizzo ... set dresser
Carl Robarge ... mold maker
Michael Sarley ... storyboard artist
Tracy Stockwell ... plasterer foreman
Steve Thayer ... foreman
Rene Vandenberghe ... greens foreman
W. Wayne Walser ... construction coordinator
Larry Wise ... labor foreman
Kevin Coyle ... set dresser (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Paolo Amici ... sound effects editor
James Ashwill ... foley mixer
Bill Banyai ... sound engineer
Don Coufal ... production sound
Louis Counte ... adr recordist
John T. Cucci ... foley artist
David Cunningham ... sound recordist
Carlos Delarios ... re-recording mixer
Gary S. Gerlich ... supervising sound editor
Gregory M. Gerlich ... supervising sound editor
Jeff Gomillion ... adr mixer
Douglas Greenfield ... stereo sound consultant: Dolby
Jerelyn J. Harding ... supervising adr editor (as Jerelyn Harding)
Gary Holland ... production sound
Rick Kline ... re-recording mixer
Elliott Koretz ... sound editor (as Elliott L. Koretz)
Anne Laing ... adr apprentice editor
Ryan Luithly ... foley assistant
David Marquette ... sound recordist
Colin C. Mouat ... sound editor
Dan O'Connell ... foley artist
Kurt Peterson ... sound transfer
Sonny Pettijohn ... assistant sound editor
John Phillips ... sound editor (as John M. Phillips)
Jerry Pirozzi ... foley editor
Daniele Quadroli ... sound effects editor
David Quadroli ... sound effects editor
Mike Reale ... sound recordist
Dennis Sager ... foley recordist
Hal Sanders ... sound editor
Robert Ulrich ... adr editor
Gregory H. Watkins ... re-recording mixer (as Greg Watkins)
Craig Weintraub ... assistant sound editor
Jeff Wexler ... production sound

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Peter Albiez ... special effects technician
Larz Anderson ... special effects technician
Everett Burrell ... special effects crew
Dan Cangemi ... special effects foreman (as Danny Cangemi)
Terry Chapman ... special effects technician (as Terry P. Chapman)
Greg C. Jensen ... special effects foreman
Conrad Krumm ... special effects technician
Larry Odien ... animatronics
Robert Phillips ... special effects technician (as Robert A. Phillips)
Lambert Powell ... special effects technician
Richard Ratliff ... special effects coordinator
Carl Robarge ... mold maker
Gary Schaedler ... special effects technician
Doyle Smiley ... special effects technician
Paul Vigil ... special effects technician
Chris Walker ... special effects makeup

Visual Effects by

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Jeff Beattie ... visual effects editor
Scott Beattie ... motion control
Everett Burrell ... additional visual effects supervisor
Mark Dawson ... data manager
Dan DeLeeuw ... digital effects supervisor
Wendy Dobrowner ... digital matte painter
Rob Dressel ... computer graphics artist / senior animator
Kevin Fitzgerald ... assistant camera operator: visual effects unit
Crys Forsyth-Smith ... visual effects production manager
Mark Galvin ... visual effects executive producer
Mark Garbarino ... assistant visual effects supervisor
Joe Hagey ... motion control technician
Chris Heeter ... assistant visual effects supervisor
Matt 'Chief' Hightower ... computer graphics artist
Blaine Kennison ... compositing supervisor
Carlin Kmetz ... digital matte painter
David Lauer ... computer graphics artist
Rick Lopez ... scanning and recording technician
John Murrah ... 3D artist
Debbi Nikkel ... visual effects production coordinator
Larry Odien ... assistant visual effects supervisor
Marlo Pabon ... computer graphics artist
Michael Shea ... visual effects supervisor: DQI (as Mike Shea)
Mario Torres ... assistant visual effects supervisor
John Vulich ... additional visual effects supervisor
James Madigan ... scanning and recording engineer (uncredited)

Stunts

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Bruce Paul Barbour ... stunt double: Dracula (as Bruce Barbour)
Gary Combs ... stunt coordinator
George A. Sack Jr. ... stunt driver
R.L. Tolbert ... stunt double: coach driver
Michael Washlake ... stunt double: Renfield

Camera and Electrical Department

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Alan S. Blauvelt ... first assistant camera (as Alan Blauvelt)
Clyde E. Bryan ... first assistant camera: second unit
John P. Cleveland ... key rigging grip
Robert C. Crockett ... grip
Blaise Dahlquist ... rigging gaffer (as Blaise R. Dahlquist)
Kevin Dean ... rigging grip
David Dunbar ... lighting technician
Kimo Easterwood ... lighting technician
Jon Falkengren ... grip
Marlin Hall ... key grip
Dennis Harper ... grip (as Dennis L. Harper)
Dustin A. Huber ... rigging electrician (as Dustin Huber)
Jeffrey G. Hunt ... lighting technician
James Keys ... rigging electrician (as James J. Keys)
Scott C. Keys ... lighting technician
Gary B. Kibbe ... additional camera operator
George D. Knight ... rigging grip
Norman G. Langley ... camera operator: second unit
John Lubin ... rigging grip
Charles May II ... video assist operator
Michael P. May ... first assistant camera: second unit (as Michael May)
Joe McKenzie ... rigging electrician
Raymond Michels ... grip
Robert Nelson ... best boy grip
Daniel Nix ... camera loader (as Daniel B. Nix)
Sean J. O'Shea ... second assistant camera (as Sean O'Shea)
Ron Peebles ... rigging grip (as Ron W. Peebles)
Alberto S. Ramos ... dolly grip
Jack S. Schlosser ... gaffer
Steve Shaver ... assistant chief lighting technician
Steven H. Smith ... camera operator
Peter Sorel ... still photographer
Christopher D. Thompson ... camera loader
Edmond Wright ... grip (as Edmond C. Wright)
John Armstrong ... generator operator (uncredited)

Animation Department

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Rob Dressel ... senior animator (uncredited)

Casting Department

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Lindsay Chag ... casting (as Lindsay D. Chag)
Belinda Gardea ... casting assistant
Charlie Messenger ... extras casting
Bill Shepard ... casting
Tami Tirgrath ... casting assistant

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Paul Delucca ... costumer (as Paul De Lucca)
Charles DeMuth ... costume supervisor
Mike Evans ... costumer
Christine Heinz ... costume supervisor
Marcie Olivi ... key set costumer
Gary Sampson ... costumer: Mr. Nielsen
Scheris Shephard ... set costumer
Bill Smith ... costumer
Paul St. John ... costumer
Andrea E. Weaver ... costumer (as Andrea Weaver)
Lyle Glazer ... set costumer (uncredited)

Location Management

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William Bowling ... location manager (as Bill Bowling)

Music Department

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Andy Bass ... scoring crew
Frank Bennett ... orchestrator
Tom Boyd ... oboe soloist
Brad Dechter ... orchestrator
Sandy DeCrescent ... music contractor
Marc Gebauer ... scoring crew
Chris Ledesma ... music editor
Steve Lively ... vocal contractor
Brian L. McCarty ... music playback operator
Don Nemitz ... orchestrator
Maria Newman ... musician
Rick Riccio ... scoring mixer
Jay Selvester ... scoring crew
Stan Sheldon ... music preparation
James Thatcher ... musician: french horn
Gary Wasserman ... assistant music editor

Transportation Department

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Jim Chesney ... transportation coordinator
Kenny Moore ... transportation captain (as Kenneth J. Moore)
R.L. Tolbert ... coach driver double

Other crew

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Mike Anzalone ... production assistant
Janet Campolito ... assistant production coordinator
Michael Cavette ... assistant: Mr. Schindler
Dianne Chadwick ... production assistant
Ronald Chesney ... production assistant
Robin Cross ... assistant accountant
Clark 'Cajun' Davis ... craft service
Suzanne De Grandis ... first assistant accountant
Wayne Fitzgerald ... title designer
Roy Goldman ... stand-in
Randy Harrington ... stand-in
Cheryl Henry ... stand-in
Daren Hicks ... production coordinator
Johnnie Jenkins ... estimator
Alan Johnson ... choreographer
Saul Kahan ... publicist
K. Lenna Katich ... production accountant
Betty Kibbe ... stand-in
Wayne Lamkay ... production assistant
Tricia Lewis ... assistant: Mr. Brooks
Monty McKee ... stand-in
Nancy Beth Orr ... choreographer
Katy Pacitti ... assistant: Mr. Brooks
Charlene Painter ... assistant choreographer
Corky Randall ... livestock coordinator
Ahmed Saker ... first aid
Marshall Schlom ... script supervisor (as Marshall I. Schlom)
David Schreiber ... assistant: Mr. Brooks
Woody Schultz ... production assistant
John Semedik ... assistant accountant
Tiffany Shine ... production assistant
Ken 'Brother' Vils ... stand-in
Julie Adams ... dialect coach (uncredited)
Rob Dressel ... technical director (uncredited)
Anthony Genovese ... stand-in (uncredited)

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Storyline

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Plot 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 Jason Ihle

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Also Known As
  • Dracula mort et heureux de l'être (France)
  • Mel Brooks' Dracula (Germany)
  • Dracula - Tot aber glücklich (Germany)
  • Drácula, un muerto muy contento y feliz (Spain)
  • Drakula: Mrtav zadovoljan (Serbia)
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Runtime
  • 88 min
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Box Office

Budget $30,000,000 (estimated)
Cumulative Worldwide Gross $682,514

Did You Know?

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Trivia For the scene in which Harker puts a stake in Lucy's heart, Mel Brooks did not tell Steven Weber that he would be subsequently covered in two hundred gallons of blood, so that his reaction would appear natural. This led him to ad-lib, "She's dead enough." See more »
Goofs The two vampiresses in bed with Renfield are clearly barefoot, yet when they lumber out of the room, the soundtrack suggests they are wearing heavy shoes. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in In Search of Dracula with Jonathan Ross (1996). See more »
Soundtracks Hungarian Dance No. 5 See more »
Crazy Credits After the end credits have rolled, you can hear Dracula get the very last "last" word in -- "Chervania!". See more »
Quotes [Dracula is outside Mina's room]
Dracula: [to the maid] Essie... Essie... Your eyelids are growing heavy You will sleep... sleep.
[Essie nods off to sleep]
Dracula: Mina... Mina, open your eyes!
[she does]
Dracula: Arise, Mina.
[she does]
Dracula: Walk to the door.
[Mina opens a door, and goes inside]
Dracula: Mina... you are in the closet. Open the door, and come out.
[she does]
Dracula: Now walk to the Terrace Door. Watch out for the foot...
[too late! Mina trips over the footstool, and goes flying]
Dracula: Stool. Stand up.
[Essie and Mina both rise]
Dracula: Not you. Sit!
[Mina sits]
Dracula: No, not you, *you* sit.
[Essie sits]
Dracula: *You* stand.
[both stand]
Dracula: No! Sit!
[both sit]
Dracula: No, you stand!
[both stand]
Dracula: You walk to the Terrace Door and you go back to sleep! *Watch out!*
[Essie and Mina bump into one another and fall to the floor. Dracula throws his arms in frustration]
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