Mystery and Imagination (TV)

UK 1968

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Mystery and Imagination: Dracula
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Directed by Patrick Dromgoole

British TV series that ran from 1966-1970. Original air date: 18 November 1968 (Season 4, Episode 3). The film begins in an asylum in England; by now Dracula has already arrived in England and has attacked Lucy at least once. Rather than the character of Reinfield, Jonathan Harker is the deranged madman who eats flies. He recounts to Dr. Seward (now our hero in this version) some of what he has seen in Transylvania, including a disturbing attack by Dracula's brides

a.k.a. Mystery and Imagination: Dracula


Cast:
Bernard Archard as Dr. Van Helsing
Nina Baden-Semper as Vampire
Michael Da Costa as Jenkins
Denholm Elliott as Dracula
Susan George as Lucy Weston
Hedley Goodall as Swales
Joan Hickson as Mrs. Weston
Tony Lane as Coachman
Marie Legrand as Vampire
James Maxwell as Dr. Seward
Helena McCarthy as Mrs. Hoskins
Phyllis Morris as Mrs. Perkins
Valerie Muller as Vampire
Suzanne Neve as Mina Harker
James Pope as Rowse
Corin Redgrave as Jonathan Harker

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As the 20th century evolved, rational man turned to science to explain mythology that had pervaded for thousands of years. How could a man be mistaken for a vampire? How could someone appear to have been the victim of a vampire attack? Science, in time, came back with answers that may surprise you.Anemia
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