Dec 01, 2020
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"Dracula," "Frankenstein"

Two great chillers from the crypts of old Hollywood are resurrected in new DVD versions to mark their 75th anniversaries. Bela Lugosi stars as Bram Stoker’s vampire, while Boris Karloff is Frankenstein’s monster in the adaptation of Mary Shelley’s classic. Each comes in a two-disc set with many of the same extras included on a previous release. The sets have featurettes paying tribute to Lugosi and Karloff, along with commentary from film scholars, making-of segments and trivia tidbits that can be accessed while watching the films.

Both also come with a documentary narrated by Kenneth Branagh examining the horror gems that came out of Universal Studios, while the "Dracula" set is accompanied by the Spanish-language version shot on the same set with a different cast.

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DVDs

"Dracula," "Frankenstein"

Two great chillers from the crypts of old Hollywood are resurrected in new DVD versions to mark their 75th anniversaries. Bela Lugosi stars as Bram Stoker’s vampire, while Boris Karloff is Frankenstein’s monster in the adaptation of Mary Shelley’s classic. Each comes in a two-disc set with many of the same extras included on a previous release. The sets have featurettes paying tribute to Lugosi and Karloff, along with commentary from film scholars, making-of segments and trivia tidbits that can be accessed while watching the films.

Both also come with a documentary narrated by Kenneth Branagh examining the horror gems that came out of Universal Studios, while the "Dracula" set is accompanied by the Spanish-language version shot on the same set with a different cast.

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DVDs

"Dracula," "Frankenstein"

Two great chillers from the crypts of old Hollywood are resurrected in new DVD versions to mark their 75th anniversaries. Bela Lugosi stars as Bram Stoker’s vampire, while Boris Karloff is Frankenstein’s monster in the adaptation of Mary Shelley’s classic. Each comes in a two-disc set with many of the same extras included on a previous release. The sets have featurettes paying tribute to Lugosi and Karloff, along with commentary from film scholars, making-of segments and trivia tidbits that can be accessed while watching the films.

Both also come with a documentary narrated by Kenneth Branagh examining the horror gems that came out of Universal Studios, while the "Dracula" set is accompanied by the Spanish-language version shot on the same set with a different cast.

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