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The Romance of Dracula; a personal Journey of the Count on celluloid

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Romance is a labour of love for the films based on Bram Stoker's novel Dracula. From Max Schreck (1922) to Marc Warren (2006). Fourteen reviews of fourteen classic movies. The epilogue shows reviews of movies in which Dracula has made a token appearance.
ebook, 330 pages
Published (first published January 27th 2011)
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Charles E. Butler

I was very pleased when I was asked to read and review The Romance of Dracula by Charles E. Butler. I thought I knew everything there was to know about Dracula, but after reading this book, I was surprised and pleased to find out there was more to discover. A tremendous amount of research and work into making The Romance of Dracula. I was totally amazed and beyond impressed with the outcome. Anything a person wants to know about Dracula, to who has playe
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Don Weiss
Dracula has had so many differing screen personas over the years that chronicling them can seem a daunting task, but Charles Butler is up to the challenge. Narrowing his focus to those movies directly inspired by the original story makes for a promising start. After summarizing both Bram Stoker's novel and its earliest reinterpretation, the Hamilton Deane play, Butler dives right in, exploring each "face" of Dracula ranging from the familiar (Bela Lugosi and Christopher Lee) to the romantic (Fra ...more
Scarlette D'Noire
I loved this book! The book is a complete review of the top 14 movies on the Count based off of Bram Stoker's Dracula. The author takes great care in detailing each movie without seeming to go on and on. The illustrations are simply stunning too. Definitely worth the read.
Syrena
Great journey through the Dracula film genre.
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