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I'm going with the TV movie COUNT DRACULA.

Still the best screen adaptation of the bloodsucker!


That's been one of my favourites since the early 90's, shame there isn't a decent DVD of it
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That's been one of my favourites since the early 90's, shame there isn't a decent DVD of it
Is this BBC dvd not up to much?

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Count-Dracu...ywords=dracula

I've never seen this adaptation.
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Old 11th January 2017, 10:14 PM
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Is this BBC dvd not up to much?



https://www.amazon.co.uk/Count-Dracu...ywords=dracula



I've never seen this adaptation.


I rented it from Lovefilm years ago and didn't think much to the picture quality, as far as I know it's the only one available.

I'd definitely recommend it (the adaptation, not the DVD) after Christopher Lee, Louis Jourdan is my favourite Count

Edit: it's worth a fiver
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Old 11th January 2017, 10:28 PM
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You really need to see this one Dem.

I am happy with the BBC DVD. I watched this on it's first transmission in December 1977 and every showing after.
The version here is the film split into two parts. This is how one of the transmissions appeared as it was split over two nights. The BBC were running over time on the first episode and so the ending of that episode seems abrupt as there are no credits but that's how it was and nothing is missing. If you let the DVD play it runs into episode two anyway. The movie was shown only once as a full version on BBC2.

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my favourites from 77 is

Suspiria
Kingdom Of The Spiders
The Hills Have eyes
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HILLS is an all time classic.
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Is this BBC dvd not up to much?

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Count-Dracu...ywords=dracula

I've never seen this adaptation.
What was the verdict on the latest BBC Dracula?

Bit of a smarmy bastard was he not?
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What was the verdict on the latest BBC Dracula?

Bit of a smarmy bastard was he not?
Not seen it yet. Thought i'd buy it when it hits shelves early Feb.
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