Dracula - 1931
He could just eat you up!
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Dracula - 1931
Rating & Content Info
Why is Dracula - 1931 rated Not Rated? Dracula - 1931 is rated Not Rated by the MPAA
Violence: Townsfolk talk about vampires drinking blood and turning themselves into bats or wolves. A hand creeps out from under a coffin lid. Blood from a paper cut is shown and the injured man sucks on his finger. Undead female characters are shown—they are looking for blood to drink. References are made to people who have died mysteriously, including the entire crew of a ship. Discussions occur about a character that eats the blood of rats and insects. Deaths of adults and children from vampire bites are discussed/implied. A vampire is shown biting various women’s necks. Bite marks are shown. Characters scuffle, fight and one is strangled then thrown down a staircase. It a character is impaled with a wooden stake (off screen).
Sexual Content: Count Dracula is portrayed as very attractive to women, and seems to prefer female blood.
Language: None noted.
Alcohol / Drug Use: A man drinks some wine. An herb is used to ward off vampires. A character uses a form of mind control to get others to do his biding.
Other: A character is given a crucifix for protection against evil beings.
Page last updated June 25, 2014
|British Columbia||Not Rated|
|Canadian Home Video||NR|
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Cast and Crew
Dracula - 1931 is directed by Tod Browning and stars Bela Lugosi, David Manners, Edward Van Sloan, Helen Chandler, Dwight Frye.
The most recent home video release of Dracula - 1931 movie is September 17, 2013. Here are some details…
Home Video Notes: Dracula
Release Date: 17 September 2013
The classic 1931 film Dracula releases on Blu-ray on September 17, 2013.
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