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Bland, predicatable and unimpressive dramatic sequel to Bram Stoker’s great work (or is it the play?) Some of the surviving characters are here, but the sequel misses the original's freshness, eerie mood, and sense of awe/mystery. The dialogue is also trite. The film, Dracula's Daughter (1936) does a better job of continuing the story. Perhaps the play is better when it's performed on stage.