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Dracula (1931 English-language film)

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==Cast==
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* [[Bela Lugosi]] as [[Count Dracula]]
* [[Helen Chandler]] as [[Mina Harker|Mina Seward]]
* [[Joan Standing]] as Nurse Briggs (in an error on the [[opening credits]], she is misidentified as "Maid")<ref name="DVD" />
* [[Charles K. Gerrard]] as Martin, Renfield's attendant
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===Uncredited cast===
Among those uncredited were:
 
Browning would go on to direct Lugosi once more in another vampire thriller, ''[[Mark of the Vampire]]'', a 1935 remake of his lost silent film ''[[London After Midnight (film)|London After Midnight]]'' (1927).
 
 
Also, the film is recognized by [[American Film Institute]] in these lists:
* 2005: [[AFI's 100 Years...100 Movie Quotes]]:
** Count Dracula: "Listen to them. Children of the night. What music they make." – #83<ref>{{cite web|last= |first= |title=AFI's 100 Years...100 Movie Quotes |url=http://www.afi.com/Docs/100Years/quotes100.pdf |publisher=[[American Film Institute]] |date= |accessdate=August 20, 2016}}</ref>
 
 
Original posters from the 1931 release (see below picture, top row) are very rare and extremely valuable, typically auctioning for more than $100,000. In 2009, an original [[one sheet]] then owned by actor [[Nicolas Cage]] sold for $310,700.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.theguardian.com/film/gallery/2012/mar/14/10-most-expensive-film-posters-in-pictures|title=The 10 most expensive film posters – in pictures|last=Pulver|first=Andrew|date=March 14, 2012|website=the Guardian|access-date=June 1, 2016}}</ref> Re-release posters (see below picture, bottom row) are also valuable.
 
==References==
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==External links==