Mystery and Imagination (1966–1970)
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A vampire count from Transylvania arrives in Victorian England.

Director:

Patrick Dromgoole

Writers:

Charles Graham (adaptation), Bram Stoker (novel)
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Denholm Elliott ... Dracula
James Maxwell ... Dr. Seward
Corin Redgrave ... Jonathan Harker
Suzanne Neve ... Mina Harker
Bernard Archard ... Professor Van Helsing
Joan Hickson ... Mrs. Weston
Susan George ... Lucy Weston
Hedley Goodall Hedley Goodall ... Swales
James Pope James Pope ... Rowse
Michael Da Costa Michael Da Costa ... Jenkins
Phyllis Morris Phyllis Morris ... Mrs. Perkins
Helena McCarthy Helena McCarthy ... Mrs. Hoskins
Tony Lane Tony Lane ... Coachman
Margaret Nolan ... Vampire (as Marie Legrand)
Nina Baden-Semper Nina Baden-Semper ... Vampire (as Nina Baden Semper)
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A vampire count from Transylvania arrives in Victorian England.

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

18 November 1968 (UK) See more »

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Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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First television adaptation of the Bram Stoker novel. See more »

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Version of Bram Stoker's Dracula (1992) See more »

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Rather boring
29 December 2019 | by Stevieboy666See all my reviews

This adaptation is not a movie, it is an episode of the TV series called Mystery and Imagination, although it does have a running time more akin to movies. I found it very heavy on dialogue and slow/boring. Denholm Elliott makes a dull Dracula, though he does have an impressive set of fangs. The budget was obviously low, flimsy looking props, camera crew seen reflecting in a window, cheap effects. Even the gorgeous Susan George can be seen flickering an eye lid despite being dead. Draculaphiles may get more out of this but I'd just recommend watching one of numerous movie adaptations instead.


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