Dracula's Daughter

Dracula's Daughter (1936)

She gives you that WEIRD FEELING

  • Genre: Drama, Fantasy, Horror
  • Release Date: 1936-05-11
  • User Rating: 5.9/10 from 171 ratings
  • Runtime: 1h 11min
  • Language: English
  • Production Company: Universal Pictures
  • Production Country: United States of America
  • Director: Lambert Hillyer
star 5.9/10
From 171 Ratings
6.3

Summary

A countess from Transylvania seeks a psychiatrist’s help to cure her vampiric cravings.

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  • Gloria Holden

    as Countess Marya Zaleska
  • Otto Kruger

    as Dr. Jeffrey Garth
  • Marguerite Churchill

    as Janet
  • Irving Pichel

    as Sandor
  • Gilbert Emery

    as Sir Basil Humphrey
  • Edward Van Sloan

    as Prof. Van Helsing
  • Nan Grey

    as Lili
  • Halliwell Hobbes

    as Police Sgt. Hawkins
  • Billy Bevan

    as Police Constable Albert
  • E. E. Clive

    as Detective Sergeant Wilkes
  • Hedda Hopper

    as Lady Esme Hammond
  • Claud Allister

    as Sir Aubrey
  • Eily Malyon

    as Miss Peabody
  • Edgar Norton

    as Hobbs
  • Vernon Steele

    as Detective Orderly Squires
  • Joseph R. Tozer

    as Dr. Graham
  • Douglas Wood

    as Dr. Townsend
  • Fred Walton

    as Dr. Beemish
  • Paul Weigel

    as Transylvania Innkeeper
  • Hodwiga Reicher

    as Innkeeper's Wife
  • William Schramm

    as Zoltan - Groom in Transylvania
  • Agnes Anderson

    as Elena - Bride in Transylvania
  • Owen Gorin

    as Zoltan's Friend
  • Christian Rub

    as Coach Driver in Transylvania
  • Wilhelm von Brincken

    as Lead Transylvanian Gendarme
  • Edna Lyall

    as Nurse
  • Silvia Vaughan

    as Nurse
  • Douglas Gordon

    as Attendant
  • David Dunbar

    as Motor Bobby
  • John Blood

    as Bobby
  • Elsa Janssen

    as Wedding Guest
  • Bert Sprotte

    as Wedding Guest
  • Vesey O'Davoren

    as Butler
  • Eric Wilton

    as Butler
  • John Power

    as Police Official
  • George Sorel

    as Police Officer
  • Gordon Hart

    as Mr. Graham
  • Paul Mitchell

    as Messenger
  • Guy Kingsford

    as Radio Announcer
  • Clive Morgan

    as Desk Sergeant (uncredited)
  • Pietro Sosso

    as Priest
  • George Kirby

    as Bookstore Proprietor (uncredited)
Writing Bram Stoker Original Concept
Writing John L. Balderston Story
Editing Milton Carruth Editor
Production E.M. Asher Producer
Editing Maurice Pivar Supervising Editor
Art Albert S. D'Agostino Art Direction
Costume & Make-Up Vera West Costume Supervisor
Costume & Make-Up Otto Lederer Makeup Artist
Camera George Robinson Director of Photography
Writing Garrett Fort Screenplay
Costume & Make-Up Jack Pierce Makeup Artist
Sound Heinz Roemheld Original Music Composer
Sound Clifford Vaughan Orchestrator
Writing Charles Belden Writers' Assistant
Writing R.C. Sherriff Writers' Assistant
Crew Kurt Neumann treatment
Directing Lambert Hillyer Director
Visual Effects John P. Fulton Visual Effects
Sound Edward Ward Music Supervisor
Sound Edward Ward Conductor
Directing Victor Noerdlinger Assistant Director
Sound Gilbert Kurland Sound Supervisor
Sound Joe Lapis Sound Recordist
Costume & Make-Up Grace Boyd Hairstylist
Directing Sergei Petschnikoff Assistant Director
Writing Finley Peter Dunne Writers' Assistant
Crew Myrtle Gibsone Script

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