Welcome back to Horror Through History! This week I’ll be discussing George Melford’s 1931 Spanish-language version of Dracula.
As you might notice, Last week’s DRACULA may be eerily similar in some ways- that’s because they were filmed on the same sets just at night after Tod Browning’s version had finished shooting. Let us know which iconic variation of the character you prefer. And like every other week, stick around till after the movie for the QUESTION OF THE WEEK.
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