Pick: Who is your favorite Dracula?

Which actor defines the role for you?

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Since Bram Stoker published his gothic novel in 1897, the iconic vampire Count Dracula has been brought to life countless times. For many people, Bela Lugosi plays the one true iteration of the character but others prefer a more updated version.

Maybe you like one that is closer to the original book? Or perhaps you prefer a funny version of Dracula? Now is your chance to make your opinion known. Choose which Dracula is your absolute favorite and see if your taste matches everyone else!

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Pick: Who is your favorite Dracula?

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Jimo 25 days ago
Bela is the man,I mean bat or is it batman?ha ha ha!
Tresix 25 days ago
I thought Duncan Regehr in “The Monster Squad” gave an excellent performance. Anyone who would call a 5-year-old girl the “B” word sounds like the epitome of evil!
Tresix 25 days ago
Four performances missing that should be included:

1. Max Shreck, the very first Dracula in “Nosferatu, A Symphony of Terror” (1922)

2. Jack Palance in a made-for-TV movie version (1974)

3. Louis Jourdan in a British TV movie (1977)

4. Klaus Kinski in “Nosferatu the Vampyre” (1979)

Cowgirl 25 days ago
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The original with Bela Lugosi was the best but I loved George Hamilton in Love at First Bite.
DIGGER1 26 days ago
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I chose "BELA LUGOSI", of course. LOL!
Jackdev73 DIGGER1 25 days ago
Did you really laugh out loud?
stinkshorts 3 months ago
What about Eddie Murphy in “Vampire in Brooklyn”?
Tresix stinkshorts 25 days ago
Murphy wasn’t playing Dracula.
Mob39 3 months ago
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CrowTServo 4 months ago
I grew up watching Frank Langella & Christopher Lee as Dracula. Had such a crush on ‘em. Gary Oldman was quite alluring as well but lacked the classy camp of the others.
dingopossum 5 months ago
hands down 2thumbs up Christopher lee was the very best at playing count dracula..bela lugosi couldn't hold a candle to the acting Lee did as portraying the evil vampire that was out for blood...bela should have been a shoe salesman.....
trogg888 5 months ago
bela was great but lee was scarier an frank was great
III6III6III6III 5 months ago
Gary Oldman;
IT IS NO LAUGHING MATTER!!! We Draculs have a right to be proud, what devil or rich what ever so great as a killer whose blood flows through these veins. Blood, Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha!!! The best lines ever written into a script for the character of Dracula.
denny 5 months ago
I'll have to say my favorite vampire movie is Fright Night 1985, and the remake from 2012. Both are great and different enough from one another.. Bela best Dracula, just the 1st one that I remember as a kid, and you never forget the 1st one.
JHP 5 months ago
Bela by far - all those color horror movies were just that - (YUK)
Jackdev73 JHP 25 days ago
Just what?
JHP Jackdev73 24 days ago
Yuk :)
AnnieM 5 months ago
I had to pick George Hamilton - "Love At First Bite" was one of my favorite movies as a kid.
Lilly777 5 months ago
Christopher Lee!!! Bella may have been the first, but he was a lousy actor. Lee brought pure menace, horror, yet magnetism. The perfect Dracula.
Bob 5 months ago
No Jud Hirsch from "The Night Dracula Saved the World"?
MichaelSkaggs 5 months ago
Lon Chaney, Jr. for "Son Of Dracula" (Oh, sorry. "Count Alucard" ). However, it was more for the movie rather than for Chaney. He was badly miscast. A better Dracula would have been Basil Rathbone. He had been in "Son of Frankenstein", and was under contract to Universal Studio at the time. Chaney's looks and voice were just all wrong. "Put it out, will ya", was the line that confirmed the miscasting. It had a very good ending. The director was Robert Siodmak and four years later he would win an Oscar nomination for directing the 1946 film, "The Killers", confirming that once in a while a smaller film studio could draw the fifth ace.
frenchman71 5 months ago
I can name a couple more that weren't name "Dracula" but were very convincing vampires. Reggie Nalder who played one of the scariest vampires in "Salem's Lot" from 1979 and Jonathan Frid who played Barnabas Collins in the gothic-soap "Dark Shadows".
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