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Dracula, the series, Cinexus/Famous Players in association with Homescreen Entertainment Ltd., RHI Entertainment, Blair Entertainment and AMG Action Group. Developed by Glenn Davis and William Laurin ; story editors : Phil Bedard, Larry Lalonde ; writers : Phil Bedard, et al. ; directors : René Bonnière, et al

Label
Dracula, the series, Cinexus/Famous Players in association with Homescreen Entertainment Ltd., RHI Entertainment, Blair Entertainment and AMG Action Group. Developed by Glenn Davis and William Laurin ; story editors : Phil Bedard, Larry Lalonde ; writers : Phil Bedard, et al. ; directors : René Bonnière, et al
Language
eng
Characteristic
videorecording
Intended audience
"Rated for all, suitable for all audiences"--Container
Main title
Dracula
Medium
videorecording DVD
resource.otherEventInformation
Filmed on location in Luxembourg
Responsibility statement
Cinexus/Famous Players in association with Homescreen Entertainment Ltd., RHI Entertainment, Blair Entertainment and AMG Action Group. Developed by Glenn Davis and William Laurin ; story editors : Phil Bedard, Larry Lalonde ; writers : Phil Bedard, et al. ; directors : René Bonnière, et al
Runtime
460
Sub title
the series
Summary
Dracula appears as Alexander Lucard, an international power broker who is building a network of white collar vampires. Vampire chaser Gustav Helsing, his ward Sophie, and his two American nephews seek to expose Lucard. Loosely based on Bram Stoker's Dracula
Table Of Contents
Volume 1 : Children of the night -- Double cross -- Get a job -- The boffin -- The vampire solution -- Black sheep -- A little nightmare music -- What a pleasant surprise -- Damsel in distress -- Mind over matter -- Double darkness. Volume 2 : The great tickler -- Bad blood -- Sophie: queen of the night -- My girlfriend's back and there's gonna be trouble -- My fair vampire -- The decline of the Romanian vampire -- I love Lucard -- Bats in the attic -- Klaus encounters of the interred kind -- My dinner with Lucard
Target audience
general
Technique
live action