Tod Browning's Dracula

Tod Browning s Dracula Few movies in film history have resonated with audiences as deeply and for as many years as Universal s original version of Dracula starring Bela Lugosi as the vampire count Filmmaker and film h

  • Title: Tod Browning's Dracula
  • Author: Gary D. Rhodes
  • ISBN: 9780956683458
  • Page: 289
  • Format: Paperback
  • Few movies in film history have resonated with audiences as deeply and for as many years as Universal s original 1931 version of Dracula, starring Bela Lugosi as the vampire count Filmmaker and film historianGary D Rhodes brings years of research to fruition, providing conclusive answers to everything you ever wanted to know this iconic film Overflowing with newly unearFew movies in film history have resonated with audiences as deeply and for as many years as Universal s original 1931 version of Dracula, starring Bela Lugosi as the vampire count Filmmaker and film historianGary D Rhodes brings years of research to fruition, providing conclusive answers to everything you ever wanted to know this iconic film Overflowing with newly unearthed information and fresh analysis, and fully illustrated, Tod Browning s Dracula is one of the most in depth books ever published on a single film.Tod Browning s Dracula by Gary D Rhodes is the first in a collectible series of books on the world s most iconic, classic horror films.

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  • This book has an odd tone, one that (to me) ultimately overwhelms everything else. Rhodes doesn't just give the (almost day-to-day) production history, or even try to rehabilitate the film's critical consensus; he's out to settle scores, particularly with critic David Skal, whose book Hollywood Gothic: The Tangled Web of Dracula from Novel to Stage to Screen has been, for nearly thirty years, the definitive book on the 1931 Dracula. In fact, I don't know how many times Skal's name is mentioned, [...]


  • The Sleep of Reason Produces MonstersThe image of the artist, Francisco Goya, beset by threatening "children of the night", in his 1799 etching, The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters, would make a perfect poster for Tod Browning's film, Dracula. It would make an even more fitting cover, and subtitle, for the Gary D. Rhodes book, Tod Browning's Dracula. Mr. Rhodes covers the making of Dracula in greater depth and detail that any film critic/historian before him. He seems to have access to materia [...]


  • A must read for anyone who proclaims to be a monster fan. This book will bring even the biggest fans of Tod Browning and Lugosi's opus closer to the film than they have ever been before. Rhodes successfully makes a case for 'Dracula' being one of the most important horror films of all time and at the same time he destroys many misconceptions and outright lies repeated about the film.


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