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Dracula (1992)

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When Dracula leaves the captive Jonathan Harker and Transylvania for London in search of Mina Harker—the spitting image of Dracula's long-dead wife, Elisabeta—obsessed vampire hunter, Dr. Van Helsing sets out to end the madness.

Director: Francis Ford Coppola
Writer: James V. Hart

Release Date: 1992-11-13
Status: Released
Run time: 128 min / 2:8
Budget: $40,000,000
Revenue: $215,862,692
Production Companies : American Zoetrope, Osiris Films, Columbia Pictures
Production Country: United States of America
Release Date: 1992-11-13
Status: Released
Run time: 128 min / 2:8
Budget: $40,000,000
Revenue: $215,862,692

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Casts

Gary Oldman
as Dracula
Winona Ryder
as Mina Murray / Elisabeta
Anthony Hopkins
as Professor Van Helsing
Keanu Reeves
as Jonathan Harker
Richard E. Grant
as Dr. Jack Seward
Sadie Frost
as Lucy Westenra
Cary Elwes
as Lord Arthur Helmwood
Billy Campbell
as Quincey P. Morris
Tom Waits
as R.M. Renfield
Jay Robinson
as Mr. Hawkins
Monica Bellucci
as Dracula's Bride # 1
Michaela Bercu
as Dracula's Bride # 2
Florina Kendrick
as Dracula's Bride # 3
I.M. Hobson
as Hobbs
Laurie Franks
as Lucy's Maid
Maud Winchester
as Downstairs Maid
Octavian Cadia
as Deacon
Robert Getz
as Priest
Dagmar Stanec
as Sister Agatha
Eniko Öss
as Sister Sylva
Nancy Linehan Charles
as Older Woman
Tatiana von Furstenberg
as Younger Woman
Jules Sylvester
as Zookeeper
Hubert Wells
as Zookeeper
Honey Lauren
as Peep Show Girl
Judi Diamond
as Peep Show Girl
Robert Buckingham
as Husband
Cully Fredricksen
as Van Helsing's Assistant
Daniel Newman
as Newshawker

Crew

Directing Francis Ford Coppola Director
Production Francis Ford Coppola Producer
Sound Wojciech Kilar Original Music Composer
Camera Michael Ballhaus Director of Photography
Editing Anne Goursaud Editor
Writing Bram Stoker Novel
Writing James V. Hart Screenplay
Production Michael Apted Executive Producer
Production Robert O'Connor Executive Producer
Production Fred Fuchs Producer
Art Mike Mignola Conceptual Illustrator
Art Thomas E. Sanders Production Design
Art Garrett Lewis Set Decoration
Costume & Make-Up Eiko Ishioka Costume Design
Sound Leslie Shatz Sound Designer

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  • Metacritic TV Reviews, Dracula, In 19th century England, Dracula returns to London to seek revenge on those who engineered his defeat and trapped him in an immortal hell...

  • Dracula by Bram Stoker - review ... Dracula is a name, a broad stereotyping of a character which encompasses many different components and interpretations of our favourite Count. Having been a fan ...

  • Dracula (1931) Review, with Bela Lugosi ... Moria has a run down near the bottom of the many Dracula films that followed, with links to their reviews of this films two sequels– Dracula’s Daughter (1936) and Son of Dracula (1943). There’s a lot of trivia about this movie because it’s so famous.

  • The Dracula myth has been filmed so often, in so many different ways (most recently by Francis Ford Coppola in his "Bram Stoker's Dracula,” 1992), that its material has become like an opera libretto, or a play by Shakespeare: We know the story and all the beats, and are concerned mostly with the style and production.All of the serious later movie Draculas draw from Lugosi's performance, not ...