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Dracula is a novel by Bram Stoker published in 1897.

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Themes[]

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Adaptations []

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Theater[]

  • Dracula Rises Again (1924, South Carolina: Dock Theater), Dramatist: William McNulty
  • Dracula the Musical (2001, Switzerland:Theater St. Gallen), Producer: Des McAnuff
  • Dracula the Musical (2004, Dress Circle London West End), Music By: Christopher J. Orton Lyrics By:Gareth Evans
  • Dracula (2013, The University of Kansas: The University Theater), Dramatist: Professor of Theater Dennis Christilles

Film[]

  • Nosferatu (1922, Germany-Jofa-Atelier Berlin-Johannisthal), Screenplay: Henrik Galeen; Director: F.W. Murnau
  • Dracula (1931, USA-Universal Pictures), Screenplay: Garrett Fort; Director(s): Karl Freund, Tod Browning
  • Drácula (1931, USA-Universal Pictures), Screenplay: Baltasar Fernandez Cue; Director: George Melford
  • Blood of Dracula (1957, USA-American International Pictures), Screenplay: Aben Kandel; Director: Herbert L. Strock
  • Dracula (1958, UK-Hammer Film Productions), Screenplay: Baltasar Fernandez Cue; Director: George Melford
  • Count Dracula (1970, Germany-Corona Filmproduktion), Screenplay: Jesus Franco, Ditmar Behnke, Milo G. Cuccia, Carlo Fadda, Augusto finocchi, Erich Krohnke, Harry Alan Towers; Director: Jesus Franco
  • Bram Stoker's Dracula (1973, UK-Latgen Ltd.), Screenplay: Richard Matheson; Director: Dan Curtis
  • The Satanic Rites of Dracula (1973, UK-Hammer Film Productions), Screenplay: Don Houghton; Director: Alan Gibson
  • Blood for Dracula (1974, Italy-Andy Warhol Presentation Yanne et Rassam), Screenplay: Paul Mirrissey; Director: Paul Morrissey
  • Count Dracula (1977, UK-British Broadcasting Company), Screenplay: Gerald Savory; Director: Philip Saville
  • Nosferatu the Vampyre (1979, Germany-Werner Herzog Filmproduktion), Screenplay: Werner Herzog; Director: Werner Herzog
  • Dracula (1979, USA-Universal Pictures), Screenplay: W.D. Richter; Director: John Badham
  • Bram Stoker's Dracula (1992, USA-American Zoetrope), Screenplay: James V. Hart; Director:Francis Ford Coppola
  • Bram Stoker's Dracula (1992) (second entry)
  • Dracula (2002, Italy-Lux Vide, Beta Film), Screenplay: Roger Young; Director: Roger Young
  • Dracula 3000 (2004, USA-Lions Gate Entertainment), Screenplay: Darrell Roodt and Ivan Milborrow; Director: Darrell Roodt
  • Dracula (2006, UK-Granada Television), Screenplay: Stewart Harcourt; Director: Bill Eagles

Comics and Graphic Novels[]

  • Batman & Dracula: Red Rain (1992, USA), Writer: Doug Moench; Illustrators: Kelly and Malcolm Jones
  • Bram Stoker's Dracula: The Official Comics Adaptation of the Francis Ford Coppola Film (1992, USA), Writer: Roy Thomas; Illustrator: Mike Mignola
  • Spike vs. Dracula (2006, USA), Writer: Peter David; Illustrator: Joe Corroney
  • Dear Dracula (2008, USA), Writer: Joshua Williamson; Illustrator: Vicente Navarrete
  • All-Action Classics No.1 Dracula (2008, USA), Writer: Michael Mucci; Illustrators: Ben Caldwell, Bill Halliar
  • Ben Templesmith's Dracula (2009, USA), Illustrator: Ben Templesmith
  • Dracula: A Classic Pop-Up Tale (2009, UK), Adapter: Claire Brampton; Illustrator: Anthony Williams
  • The Complete Dracula (2010, USA), Writers: Leah Moore and John Reppion; Illustrator: Colton Worley
  • Dracula (2011, USA), Writer: Roy Thomas; Illustrator: Dick Giordano
  • Dracula: The Graphic Novel (2012, USA), Adapter: Jason Cobley; Illustrators: Staz Johnson and James Offredi
  • The Curse of Dracula (2013, USA), Writer: Marv Wolfman; Illustrators: Gene Colan and Dave Stewart
  • Santa vs. Dracula (2013, USA), Writer: Ed Power; Illustrator: Melissa Dejesus
  • Deadpool: Dracula's Gauntlet (2014, USA), Writers: Gerry Duggan and Brian Posehn; Illustrator: Reilly Brown

Novelizations and Other Textual Adaptations[]

  • Dracula Unbound (1990, USA), Author: Brian Aldiss
  • Anno Dracula (1992, USA), Author: Kim Newman
  • The Secret Life of Laszlo, Count Dracula (1994, USA), Author: Roderick Anscombe
  • Drakulya (1994, USA), Author: Earl Lee
  • The Bloody Red Baron (1995, USA), Author: Kim Newman
  • Dracula Cha Cha Cha (or Judgement of Tears) (1998, USA), Author: Kim Newman
  • The Dracula Tape (1999, USA), Author: Fred Saberhagen
  • The Historian (2005, USA), Author: Elizabeth Kostova
  • Happy Hour at Casa Dracula (Casa Dracula #1) (2006, USA), Author: Marta Acosta
  • Renfield: Slave of Dracula (2006, USA), Author: Barbara Hambly
  • Dracula the Undead (2009, UK), Author: Freda Warrington
  • Dracula in Love (2010, USA), Author: Karen Essex
  • Dracula, My Love: The Secret Journals of Mina Harker (2010, USA), Author: Syrie James
  • Being Mrs. Dracula (2012, USA), Author: Faith Marlow
  • Johnny Alucard (2013, USA), Author: Kim Newman

Television Series[]

  • The Munsters (1964, USA), Creator: Allan Burns and Chris Hayward
  • Dark Shadows(1966, USA-ABC), Creator: Dan Curtis
  • Cliffhangers: The Curse of Dracula (1979, USA), Executive Producer: Kenneth Johnson
  • The Little Vampire (1986, UK), Director: Rene Bonniere; Writer: Richard Nielsen and Angela Sommer-Bodenburg
  • Dracula: The Series (1990, Canada-Syndicated), Writer: Stu Wooley
  • Dark Shadows (1991, USA), Creator: Dan Curtis
  • Kindred: The Embraced (1996, USA), Creator: John Leekley
  • Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997, USA), Creator: Joss Whedon
  • Angel (1999, USA-TNT), Creator: Joss Whedon and David Greenwalt
  • Young Dracula (2006, UK), Creator: Danny Robins and Dan Tetsell
  • Moonlight (2007, USA), Creator: Ron Koslow and Trevor Munson
  • True Blood (2008,USA-HBO), Creator: Alan Ball
  • Demons (2009,UK), Writers: Jonny Capps, Julian Murphy, Peter Tabern, and Lucy Watkins.
  • Vampire Diaries(2009, USA-The CW), Creator: Kevin Williamson
  • Imortal (2010, Philippines), Director: Jerry Lopez Sineneng, Richard Somes, Trina N. Dayrit, and Chito S. Rono
  • The Originals (2013, USA-The CW), Creator: Julie Plec
  • Dracula (2013, USA), Creator: Cole Haddon

Video Games[]

  • Castlevania (1986, Japan, Konami), Director: Hitoshi Akamatsu
  • Dracula: Resurrection (2000, USA, Dreamcatcher Interactive), Writers: Jacques Simian, Francois Villard
  • Dracula 2: The Last Sanctuary (2000, USA, Dreamcatcher Interactive), Writers: Jacques Simian, Francois Villard
  • Dracula 3: The Path of the Dragon (2008, USA, Encore Games), Writer: Benoit Hozjan
  • Castlevania: Lords of Shadow (2010, Japan, Konami), Writers: Enric Alvarez, Dave Cox, Eddie Deighton
  • Dracula 4: The Shadow of the Dragon (2013, USA, Microids), Writers: Olivier Trains, Marianne Tostivint
  • Dracula 5: The Blood Legacy (2013, USA, Microids), Writers: Olivier Trains, Marianne Tostivint
  • Castlevania: Lords of Shadows 2 (2014, Japan, Konami), Writers: Enric Alvarez, Dave Cox, Eddie Deighton

Sequels and Parodies[]

Film[]

  • Dracula's Daughter (1936, USA-Universal Pictures), Screenplay: Garrett Fort; Director: Lambert Hillyer
  • Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein (1948, USA-Universal International Pictures), Screenplay: Robert Lees, Frederic I. Rinaldo, John Grant; Director: Charles Barton
  • Dracula: Prince of Darkness (1966, UK-Hammer Film Productions), Screenplay: Jimmy Sangster; Director: Terence Fisher
  • Batman Fights Dracula (1967, Philippines-Fidelis Productions), Screenplay:Bert R. Mendoza; Director: Leody M. Diaz
  • Mad Monster Party (1967, USA-Embassy Pictures), Screenplay: Len Korobkin, Harvey Kurtzman; Director: Jules Bass
  • Dracula Has Risen from the Grave (1968, UK-Hammer Film Productions), Screenplay: Anthony Hinds; Director: Freddie Francis
  • Scars of Dracula (1970, UK-Hammer Film Productions), Screenplay: Anthony Hinds; Director: Roy Ward Baker
  • Taste the Blood of Dracula (1970, UK-Hammer Film Productions), Screenplay: Anthony Hinds; Director: Peter Sasdy
  • Blacula (1972, USA-American International Pictures), Screenplay: Joan Torres, Raymond Koenig; Director: William Crain
  • Dracula A.D. 1972 (1972, UK-Hammer Film Productions), Screenplay: Don Houghton; Director: Alan Gibson
  • The Legend of the 7 Golden Vampires (1974, UK-Hammer Film Productions), Screenplay: Don Houghton; Director: Roy Ward Baker
  • Vampira (1974, UK-World Film Services) Screenplay: Jeremy Lloyd; Director: Clive Donner
  • Love at First Bite (1979, USA-Melvin Simon Productions), Screenplay: Robert Kaufman; Director: Stan Draboti
  • Nocturna: Granddaughter of Dracula (1979, USA-Universal Pictures), Screenplay:Nai Bonet, Harry Hurtwitz; Director: Harry Hurtwitz
  • Fracchia contro Dracula (1985, USA-Universal Pictures), Screenplay: Paolo Villaggio; Director: Neri Parenti
  • The Monster Squad (1987, USA-Home Box Office), Screenplay: Shane Black, Fred Dekker; Director: Fred Dekker
  • Dracula: Dead and Loving It (1995 - USA, Columbia Pictures), Screenplay: Mel Brooks, Rudy De Luca, Steve Haberman; Director: Mel Brooks
  • Dracula 2000 (2000, USA-Universal Pictures), Screenplay: Joel Soisson, Patrick Lussier; Director: Patrick Lussier
  • Dracula II: Ascension (2003) (1931, USA-Universal Pictures), Screenplay: Joel Soisson, Patrick Lussier; Director: Patrick Lussier
  • Dracula III: Legacy (2005, USA-Universal Pictures), Screenplay: Joel Soisson, Patrick Lussier; Director: Patrick Lussier
  • Hotel Transylvania (2012, USA-Columbia Pictures), Screenplay: Peter Baynham, Robert Smigel; Director: Genndy Tartakovsky
  • Dracula Untold (2014, USA-Universal Pictures), Screenplay: Matt Sazama, Burk Sharpless; Director: Gary Shore
  • Hotel Transylvania 2 (2015, USA-Columbia Pictures), Screenplay: Adam Sandler, Robert Smigel; Director: Genndy Tartakovsky

Appropriations []

List of examples that use the story, but significantly change characters, setting, etc.

Novelizations and Other Textual Adaptations[]

  • Little Dracula Series (1986, USA), Author: Martin Waddell
  • Salem's Lot (1991, USA), Author: Stephen King
  • Dracula Doesn't Drink Lemonade (1995, USA), Authors: Debbie Dadey and Marcia Thorton Jones
  • Dracula (Universal Studio Monsters #1) (2001, USA), Author: Larry Mike Garmon

Film Appropriations[]

  • Dracula's Death (1921, USA-Universal Pictures), Screenplay: Michael Curtiz, Karoly Lajthay; Director: Laroly Lajthay
  • Son of Dracula (1943, USA-Universal Pictures), Screenplay: Eric Taylor, Curt Siodmak; Director: Robert Siodmak
  • The Return of the Vampire (1944, USA-Universal Pictures), Screenplay: Randall Faye; Director: Lew Landers
  • Drakula İstanbul'da (1953, Hungary-Turget Demirag), Screenplay: Umit Deniz; Director: Mehmet Muhtar
  • The Return of Dracula (1958, USA-Gramercy Pictures II), Screenplay: Pat Fielder; Director: Paul Landres
  • The Brides of Dracula (1960, UK-Hammer Film Productions), Screenplay: Jimmy Sangster, Peter Bryan, Edward Percy, Anthony Hinds; Director: Terence Fisher
  • Blood of Dracula's Castle (1969, USA-Paragon International Pictures), Screenplay: Rex Calton; Director: Al Adamson, Jean Hewitt
  • Vampyros Lesbos (1971, Spain-Central Cinema Company Film), Screenplay: Jaime Chavarri; Director: Jaime Chavarri

Cameos and Other Appearances in Popular Culture[]

Film[]

  • House of Frankenstein (1944, USA-Universal Pictures), Screenplay: Edward T. Lowe; Director: Erle C. Kenton
  • House of Dracula (1945, USA-Universal Pictures), Screenplay: Edward T. Lowe Jr.; Director: Erle C. Kenton
  • Batman Dracula (1964, USA-Universal Pictures), Director: Andy Warhol
  • Los Monstruos del Terror (1970, Spain-Eichberg-Film), Screenplay: Paul Naschy ; Director: Tulio Demicheli, Hugo Fregonese, Eberhard Meichsner
  • Dracula vs. Frankenstein (1971, USA-Independent International Pictures), Screenplay: William Pugsley, Samuel M. Sherman; Director: Al Adamson
  • The Monster Squad (1987, USA - Home Box Office), Screenplay: Shane Black and Fred Dekker; Director: Fred Dekker
  • Monster Mash (1995, USA-Universal Pictures), Screenplay: Joel Cohen, Alec Sokolow; Director: Joel Cohen, Alec Sokolow
  • Monster Mash (2000, USA-DIC Entertainment), Screenplay: Guido Manuli, Judy Rothman Rofe; Director: Guido Manuli
  • Hotel Transylvania (2012, USA - Columbia Pictures), Screenplay: Peter Baynham and Robert Smigel; Director: Genndy Tartakovsky

Television[]

  • Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? "A Gaggle of Galloping Ghosts" (1969, USA: Season 1, Episode 11), Series Creators: Joe Ruby and Ken Spears; Writers: Joe Ruby and Ken Spears; Directors: Joseph Barbera, William Hanna
  • The Animaniacs, "Draculee, Draculaa" (1993, USA: Season 1, Episode 29), Series Creator: Tom Ruegger; Writer: John P. McCann; Directors: Michael Gerard and Byron Vaughns
  • The Simpsons, "Treehouse of Horror IV" (1993, USA: Season 5, Episode 4), Series Creators: James L Brooks and Matt Groening; Writer: Bill Canterbury; Director: David Silverman. First appearance, but regular character.
  • Buffy the Vampire Slayer, "Buffy vs. Dracula" (2000, USA: Season 5, Episode 1), Series Creator: Joss Whedon; Writer: Marti Noxon; Director: David Solomon

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