October 13, 2010

D is for Dracula

My favorite Dracula movie is Bram Stokers by Francis Ford Coppola, starring Keanu Reeves and Wynona Ryder. It is the most romantic love tale I have ever seen . I'm attempting to embed the movie, don't know if it will work or not . Here's the link anyway.


Draculas Castle

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Draculas Daughters

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Dinner with Drac

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Dracula on Drugs

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Soul Dracula

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A horrified Francis Mathews watches as Andrew Keir puts the stake in (Dracula - Prince of Darkness).


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Bram Stokers Dracula

 
Bella Lugosis official website
click to go to Draculand
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[credits go to : Halloween Empire and Death Becomes Her and Draculand for Bram Stoker read]

This has been a Letter "D" Edition of Alphabe-Thursday brought to you by the lovely Jenny Matlock . Visit her blog for more

17 comments:

  1. Wow! so many choices!!
    I vant to suck your blood a a a a aaaa
    what an appropriate D post for Oct : )

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  2. Yes, so many choices for dracula! A great D post!

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  3. It's amazing how such an old story has remained popular and influenced our society so much. Great D post.

    Teresa

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  4. Yay for Dracula! Perfect D letter for the month. Thanks for sharing all those posters, it is fun to take a look back a Hollywood's view on Dracula.

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  5. What a great old story to showcase D today! Anne

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  6. Count Dracula was a actual person also known as Vlad the Impaler. He fought the Ottoman Turks in defense of his homeland. He was a very cruel ruler, and was known to impale his enemies on tall stakes that stuck out of the tops of their heads.

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  7. I didn't realize there were so many versions of the story.

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  8. One of my favorite D posts!!! Nicely Done!

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  9. Interesting D post! I like the idea of vampires too, though Dracula scares me more than the average vampire :)

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  10. Not a dracula fan, myself, but you have a great collection of images here!

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  11. Very appropriate for Halloween. Scared now and going to see if anyone is around I can just talk to for a little while! I live pretty far out.....

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  12. creepy and scary movie images.
    Thanks for sharing!

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  13. My sister and I were both big fans of Dracula. Great choice, so close to Halloween.

    =)

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  14. ah well thats the best for Halloween i guess...a fascinating character always... :) nice one :)

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  15. This was one of the scariest movies I have ever watched. When I was a child, my father let us girls stay up and watch it because Halloween was around the corner. I was so scared and nervous I sat on the floor with my back to the couch and kept wiggling a loose tooth and pulled it right out of my mouth!

    Thanks for stopping by my blog and thanks for your wonderful comments!~Ames

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  16. I do not often watch this type of movie but I do think I have seen parts of your favorite one.

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  17. Yea. I don't do scary. There is no way in the world I am clicking on tone of those little rectangles.

    And if I did, my husband would probably drop me out your house since I would be all freaked out and unable to sleep!

    But I was plenty scared just looking at the pictures.

    Dracula...oooooowwwww...

    Thanks for the delightfully frightfully cool link to Alphabe-Thursday.

    A+

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