Disciples of Dracula

USA 1944

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Disciples of Dracula
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Never produced. From Horror-wood.com: Already under serious consideration as Universal's next Dracula, John Carradine was tapped to portray Baron Latos, a long-time devotee of the black arts who finally becomes a vampire. Latos travels to Transylvania, where he resurrects Dracula's daughter, to be portrayed again by Gloria Holden. Together, they next journey to London and revive Dracula's remains. In the script, the vampire trio are beset by internal power struggles, with Latos killing Dracula, Dracula's daughter then killing Latos, and she, herself, killing herself in a fit of despair. However, still piqued over Lugosi's complaints that led to the killing of the Mark Of The Wolf Man project, Universal finally nixed Lugosi's part, which, in effect, nixed the entire film in pre-production; only a script and a pre-release poster were ever created to mark the film's passing. The Baron Latos name was actually used--as a alias for Carradine's Dracula character

a.k.a. Disciples of Dracula


Cast:
Bela Lugosi as Dracula
Gloria Holden as Maria Zaleska (Dracula's Daughter)
John Carradine as Baron Latos

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