Drakula Istanbul'da

Turkey 1953

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Dracula in Istanbul
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Directed by Mehmet Muhtar

B&W. This Turkish-made film sticks fairly close to the original plot of Bram Stoker's novel (greatly simplified), apart from moving the action to Istanbul in the present era

a.k.a. Dracula in Istanbul

Atif Kaptan as Drakula
Annie Ball as Güzin
Bülent Oran as Azmi
Ayfer Feray as Sadan
Cahit Irgat as Turan
Münir Ceyhan
Kemal Emin Bara
Osman Alyanak
Eser Tezcan
Kadri Ögelman

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