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Making Peace with "Dracula"

CAUTION: Contains “spoilers.”

One of the nice things about the Turner Classic Movies channel is its element of serendipity. I wasn’t really thinking about watching Tod Browning’s 1931 film “Dracula” when I tuned in, but there it was. 667 more words

His Humble Hunchback: The Stock Character History of "Igor" (Part 1)

Part 1: Early Dramatizations and Dwight Frye

When one thinks of Frankenstein – not the book itself or any one specific adaptation – but as a collective mythology, there are a few specific set pieces that spring to mind. 1,395 more words

Frankenstein

Dracula (1931)

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Dracula (1931) Universal Pictures / EP: Carl Laemmle / P: E.M. Asher, Tod Browning, Carl Laemmle Jr. 36 more words

Creature Feature

Dwight Frye (Bazooka)

Even this week’s episode of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. introduced a character from the comics, and it’s been quite a surprise. In Devils You Know, the hunt for the  810 more words

Marvel

A Dracula Double Feature

TCM in association with Universal Pictures and Fathom Events is sponsoring a double feature of the English and Spanish language versions of Dracula (1931) that will be shown in theatres across the US on Oct. 389 more words

Film: 1920-1959

Dracula

Before watching the movie:

The Ur-vampire story. Everything classical vampires are comes from this movie. While the movie is based on a book, the movie has more range and probably took some liberties. 604 more words

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