Starring Bela Lugosi
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One of the grestest villains of all time is Dracula and the 1931 version of the horror classic that made him such a evil villain. "Dracula" along with "frankenstein" came out in the same year. they were paired in thye 1948 classic "Abbott and Costello meets Frankenstein." but for now let's set our sights on the classic 1931 horror film that is a classic many years later. This is also one of the first films that feature an insame asylem. sure it's scary back in 1931, it's still scary today. "Dracula" stood the test of time.
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