Bram Stoker's Dracula (8/8) Movie CLIP - Dracula's Brides (1992) HD

Published On: 07 October 2012

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CLIP DESCRIPTION:
During the course of a long night, Van Helsing (Anthony Hopkins) almost falls victim to the seduction of Lucy (Winona Ryder) and Dracula's brides. In the morning he finds their lair and beheads the three vampire brides.

FILM DESCRIPTION:
Based on Bram Stoker's classic 1897 novel, this film from Francis Ford Coppola and screenwriter James Victor Hart offers a full-blooded portrait of the immortal Transylvanian vampire. The major departure from Stoker is one of motivation as Count Dracula (Gary Oldman) is motivated more by romance than by bloodlust. He punctures the necks as a means of avenging the death of his wife in the 15th century, and when he comes to London, it is specifically to meet heroine Mina Harker (Winona Ryder), the living image of his late wife (Ryder plays a dual role, as do several of her costars). Anthony Hopkins is obsessed vampire hunter Van Helsing, while Keanu Reeves takes on the role of Jonathan Harker, and Tom Waits plays bug-eating Renfield. Bram Stoker's Dracula was the winner of three Academy Awards.

CREDITS:
TM & © Sony (1992)
Cast: Anthony Hopkins, Monica Bellucci, Michaela Bercu, Florina Kendrick, Winona Ryder
Director: Francis Ford Coppola
Producers: Michael Apted, Francis Ford Coppola, Susan Landau Finch, Fred Fuchs, James V. Hart, Charles Mulvehill, Robert O'Connor, John Veitch
Screenwriters: James V. Hart, Bram Stoker

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