Dracula: Dead And Loving It
  • One of my favorite parts is when Dracula turns into a bat and smashes into a window that Lucy, another character, happens to close just when he is about to fly in


    • by Frederick
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      This is Mel Brooks’s version of Count Dracula story, released in 1995. All I can say is funny, funny, FUNNY! Just thinking of it makes me smile.

      Leslie Nielsen as


      the imposing but a little clumsy Dracula who keeps messing things up, Peter MacNicol as an unsuspecting London solicitor coming to Transylvania, and Mel Brooks himself as Dr.

      Abraham Van Helsing, the vampire-catcher.

      I could list all the actors, each one of them did a great job.

      The first time I rented this movie, we kept saying quotes from it ...


      • Dracula: Dead And Loving It
      around the house for several days, if not weeks.

      “I am having a day-mare!…” One of my favorite parts is when Dracula turns into a bat and smashes into a

      window that Lucy, another character, happens to close just when he is about to fly in.

      BAM!! Certain episodes may not be appropriate for children though (blood, gore, sexuality), so be warned.


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