Dracula (1931) - Is There Anything The Matter With You Throat?
First in bat-form then in person, Bela Lugosi (title character) pays his first nocturnal visit to Mina (Helen Chandler), who the next day consults with Van Helsing (Edward Van Sloan), called in from Germany to assist her father Seward (Herbert Bunston) and worried fiancè (David Manners), in director Tod Brownings Dracula, 1931.
Dracula (1931) - (Re-issue Trailer)
The legendary bloodsucker stakes his claim on a British estate in search of new blood in Dracula (1931) starring Bela Lugosi.
Dracula (1931) -- The Coach From Count Dracula?
Director Tod Brownings camera plunges into Transylvania and the first appearance of Bela Lugosi, though not his first Hollywood picture, in the title role, and Dwight Frye as English realtor Renfield, not as yet worried about his client having sent the coach to meet him at midnight, in Dracula, 1931.
Dracula (1931) -- There Are Far Worse Things
Bela Lugosi (title character) on the loose now in London, has consumed a street waif and made his way to the symphony, where we meet his neighbor Seward (Herbert Bunston), his daughter Mina (Helen Chandler) and her friend Lucy (Frances Dade), in Dracula, 1931, from Universal Pictures and director Tod Browning.
Dracula (1931) -- I Never Drink... Wine
Conducting business in his castle in Transylvania, Bela Lugosi (title character) is the gracious host to his London property agent Renfield (Dwight Frye), who still hasnt the sense to be frightened, with quasi-comic dialogue and provocative activity ensuing, early in Tod Brownings Dracula, 1931.
Ron Perlman Intro -- Dracula (1931)
Guest host Ron Perlman introduces Dracula, 1931.
Ben Mankiewicz Intro -- Dracula (1931)
Ben Mankiewicz introduces Dracula, 1931.
Fright Favorites: Dracula (1931), Dave Karger and David Skal
Introduction and comments following Dracula, 1931, from TCM’s Dave Karger and horror movie expert and author David Skal.
Dracula (1931) -- It Is Walpurgis Night
Director Tod Brownings opening, Dwight Frye is Renfield the unbowed Englishman in the coach, Carla Laemmle, niece of the producer Carl, the bespectacled tourist, Michael Visaroff the innkeeper and Barbara Bozoky his wife, in Universals Dracula, 1931, with Bela Lugosi in the title role.