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Drakula halála
Also known as [The Death of Dracula]
(1921) Hungarian
B&W : Feature film
Directed by Károly Lajthay

Cast: Paul Askenas [Drakula], [?] Lene Myl or Margit Lux? [Mary Land], Elemér Thury (orvos) [the doctor], Lajos Réthey [the fake doctor], Aladar Ihasz [the assistant], Karl Gotz [the funny man], Dezso Kertész [George], Lajos Szalkay, Zoltán Dezsõ, Károly Hatvani, Oszkár Perczel, Anna Marie Hegener, Paula Kendc, Magda Sonia, Bela Timar

Corvin-filmgyár production; distributed by [?] Corvin-filmgyár? / Scenario by [?] Károly Lajthay and Mihály Kertész (Michael Curtiz)?, from the novel Dracula by Bram Stoker. Cinematography by Eduard Hoesch. / Premiered February 1921 in Vienna, Austria. / Standard 35mm spherical 1.37:1 format. / The first film adaptation of Stoker’s vampire novel. The novel was subsequently filmed as Nosferatu, eine Symphone des Grauens (1922).

Drama: Horror.

Survival status: The film is presumed lost.

Current rights holder: (unknown)

Keywords: Authors: Bram Stoker - Vampires

Listing updated: 3 April 2015.

References: Additional information provided by Gerzson Szentes.

 
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