100 Years of Horror (1996– )
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Dracula and His Disciples 

Unrated | | Documentary, Horror | Episode aired 1996
Examines cinematic portrayals of Bram Stoker's Count Dracula including those of Bela Lugosi, John Carradine, and Christopher Lee.


Ted Newsom


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Episode credited cast:
Roy Ward Baker Roy Ward Baker ... Self - Director, 'Scars of Dracula'
Carroll Borland ... Self - Co-Star, 'Mark of the Vampire'
Veronica Carlson ... Self - Actress, 'Dracula Has Risen from the Grave'
John Carradine ... Self - Actor, 'House of Frankenstein' (archive footage)
Michael Carreras Michael Carreras ... Self - Producer, Hammer Films
Peter Cushing ... Self - Actor, 'The Brides of Dracula' (archive footage)
Nina Foch ... Self - Co-Star 'Return of the Vampire'
Freddie Francis Freddie Francis ... Self - Director
Hugh Hefner ... Self - Publisher, 'Playboy' Magazine (as Hugh M. Hefner)
Francis Lederer ... Self - Actor 'Return of Drcula'
Christopher Lee ... Self
Bela Lugosi Jr. Bela Lugosi Jr. ... Self
Bela Lugosi ... Self (archive footage)
Caroline Munro ... Self - Actress, 'Dracula A.D., 1972'
Fred Olen Ray ... Self - Producer & Director


Examines cinematic portrayals of Bram Stoker's Count Dracula including those of Bela Lugosi, John Carradine, and Christopher Lee.

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Dracula and His Disciples
19 September 2010 | by Michael_ElliottSee all my reviews

100 Years of Horror: Dracula and His Disciples (1996)

*** (out of 4)

This episode in the series takes a look at the various actors to play Dracula over the years. We start off with a brief history of the book Dracula and then move to the best silent version, NOSFERATU, which ended up getting pulled from screens back in the day. A few of the plays are mentioned but we then get to Bela Lugosi who would play the role on stage before going to Universal for the 1931 film. From this point on we look at his other attempts at playing "vampires" in such films as MARK OF THE VAMPIRE and THE RETURN OF THE VAMPIRE. The films of John Carradine (HOUSE OF FRANKENSTEIN/Dracula) are also discussed and then we hit Christopher Lee and his Hammer versions (for whatever reason the Franco films is left out).

Those die-hard horror fans probably aren't going to learn anything they don't already know but that's not a nitpick at the film. The quality of this documentary is very good and I think it did an excellent job giving a quick (22-minute) rundown of the genre and the various men who have played the role. There are clips from all of the movies and we even get some outtake material to ABBOTT AND COSTELLO MEET FRANKENSTEIN and screen tests for Dracula. Those interviewed include Bela Lugosi, Jr., Christopher Lee (who also hosts), Roy Ward Baker, Peter Cushing, John Carradine, Nina Foch, Hugh Hefner, Caroline Munro and plenty others.

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