Dracula

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Time Out says

Langella offers the best interpretation of Stoker's villain since Christopher Lee, and Badham's film, shot in England, gives him a classy environment to devastate. But the decision to create such a sympathetic vampire (especially alongside Olivier's hammy Van Helsing) leaves the film short of suspense, and so romance has to take most of the weight. As a result, it begins to drift badly at the climax.
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Release details

UK release:

1979

Duration:

112 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

John Badham

Cast:

Jan Francis, Trevor Eve, Kate Nelligan, Donald Pleasence, Laurence Olivier, Frank Langella, Tony Haygarth

Music:

John Williams

Production Designer:

Peter Murton

Editor:

John Bloom

Cinematography:

Gilbert Taylor

Screenwriter:

WD Richter

Producer:

Walter Mirisch

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