Dracula (Spanish Language Version)  (It's Alive)

Playing at Pickford Film Center

104 minutes, USA, In Spanish with English subtitles, Horror
Rated NR: _

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Directed by: George Melford.
Drácula was made as part of Hollywood studios’ attempts to make films for foreign-language audiences. By 1930, Universal had focused primarily on developing Spanish-language films for the foreign market. Filming began on October 10, 1930 where it was shot on the same sets as Tod Browning ‘s production of Dracula . Director Melford watched the footage of the same day and applied what he saw to film his own version.

White= Open, Gray= Buffer Seat, Purple= Occupied

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Saturday, July 30th