Dracula (1931) Dracula's Daughter Son of Dracula Dracula (1958) The Brides of Dracula Dracula: Prince of Darkness Dracula Has Risen From the Grave Tatse the Blood of Dracula Scars of Dracula Dracula A.D. 1972 The Satanic Rites of Dracula Dracula (1979) The Monster Squad Waxwork Bram Stoker's Dracula Dracula: Dead and Loving It Dracula 2000 Dracula: Pages From a Virgin's Diary The Killer Barbys vs. Dracula Dracula 3000 Van Helsing The Batman vs. Dracula Dracula (2006) Dracula 3D Hotel Transylvania
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Aqua Teen Hunger Force The Munsters Young Dracula The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy Superboy Hellsing
Vampire: The Masquerade Vampire: The Requiem Castlevania series Dracula: Resurrection The Last Sanctuary Kings Quest II Dracula: Resurrection Dracula: The Last Sanctuary Dracula 3 - The Path of the Dragon Dracula: Origin Van Hellsing
Bela Lugosi Gloria Holden Lon Chaney, Jr. John Carradine Frank Langella Christopher lee David Peel John Forbes-Robertson Francis Lederer Alexander D'Arcy Norman Welsh Zandor Vorkov Jack Palance
Adam Sandler (Hotel Transylvania)
Jerry Nelson (puppeteer) Matt Vogel (puppeteer)
Bram Stoker's Dracula
The Prince of Darkness,The Vampire Lord,Alucard
Sophisticated, deadly, powerful
originally Good then probably Neutral, later formerly Bad, now sometimes neutral and later eventually good again.
To become a vampire (original) To remain alive by feeding on human flesh (failed) To merry Mina Harker (accomplished) To turn Mina into a vampire (foiled). To hide from humans (formerly) To be left alone (sometimes). To make his daughter happy (succeeded).
Monsters (currently), Quasimodo (formerly)
Abraham Van Helsing (eventually), Quasimodo (currently), humans (formerly)
Brides of Dracula (formerly)
Immortality, human blood (formerly), his family
Sunlight, garlic, humans (formerly)
Powers and abilities
Super strength and speed, flight, bat transformation
Gets killed off (Novel and many adaptions) Lives happily with his family (Hotel Transylvania and its sequel)
"No man knows till he has suffered from the night how sweet and dear to his heart and eye the morning can be." "I do not say "Bluh Bluh Bluh.""
Count Dracula is a famous vampire who first appeared in the 1897 Bram Stoker's novel Dracula. He is centuries old and unlike most Eastern European vampires, who are corpes-like in appearance, Dracula is charming and aristrocratic.
A reporter named Jonathan Harker has travelled from England to Dracula's crumbling castle to provide legal support for him overseen by his Harker's employer Peter Hawkins. Harker soon finds himself imprisoned in the castle, and notices something starnge about Dracula and how he loves the dark and hates the light. When Harker tries to leave the castle, the Brides of Dracula cast a spell on him and try to devour him, but Dracula stops them, because he wants Harker alive so he can obtain legal advice. Harker manages to escape later on though.
Dracula gains and interest in Harker's fiancee Wilhelmina "Mina" Murray, and her friend Lucy Westenra. When Lucy wastes away, Abraham Van Helsing is called, and determines her condition but refuses to disclose it. Soon after, Lucy and her mother mrs. Westenra are attacked by a wolf. Lucy's mother dies, and Lucy appears to die as well and is buried. However, she comes bakc as a vampire and starts stalking children, so Van Helsing stakes her, decapitates her, and fills her mouth with garlic, killing her.
Upon learning of this, Dracula takes revege by feeding on Mina three times, and feeds her his blood as well, slowly turning her into a vampire under his control. To undo the curse, Dracula must be killed. The Count flees to his castle and conseals himself in a box that is to be transported. Van Helsing kills his brides and the group attack Dracula, and Van Helsing slashes Dracula with a Kukri and a wounded Quincey finishes Dracula off by stabbing him with a knife. the Count crumbles to dust, and Mina is freed from the curse.