75 mins.
Directed by Tod Browning, Karl Freund

Based on a 1924 play adaptation of Bram Stoker’s novel, director Tod Browning’s DRACULA features Bela Lugosi in one of the most iconic performances in cinema history.

This foundational film not only spawned Universal’s wildly popular roster of ‘30s and ‘40s monster movies, but its fingerprints can be found on nearly every vampire film made since.

Filmed concurrently and using the same sets (but a different cast and crew) was the Spanish-language DRÁCULA, a markedly different version of the same story. DRÁCULA plays Monday, October 30 at 7pm.