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Van Helsing is an American dark fantasy horror drama television series that premiered on September 23, 2016 on Syfy in the United States and on Super Channel in Canada. Kelly Overton plays the protagonist of the series.
The series was inspired by Zenescope Entertainment's graphic novel comic book series Helsing.
Syfy renewed the series for a 13-episode fourth season!
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Vanessa "Van" Helsing (the descendant of Abraham Van Helsing) is resurrected in a post-apocalyptic world, 3 years after her death, to lead a resistance against the vampires that plague it.
Syfy acquired Van Helsing from Nomadic Pictures in November 2015, with a 13-episode order beginning production in January 2016, and the series premiere scheduled for Fall 2016. Syfy aired a commercial-free preview of the pilot on July 31, 2016; followed by the series premiere on September 23, 2016.
"Van Helsing" Season 1 Episodes (2016)
Episode #1: "Help Me" - July 31, 2016
The pilot episode of Van Helsing, "Help Me", was aired as a special commercial-free "preview" on July 31, 2016, almost two months before its formal television premiere on September 23, 2016.
In a building of an old hospital there is a marine protecting a woman that is neither dead or alive. An old acquaintance turns up months later after his departure with a small crew of ordinary, frightened people. Troubles appear when a small group of feeders appear a day later and by biting the Sleeping Beauty, they awake her. Ted betrays Axel's trust and reveal his true intentions: handing Vanessa over to 'them'. In the end, Vanessa reveals her unusual strength of fast self-healing after she kills Ted. The episode ends when the one who bit Vanessa turns up alive and human again – because of her blood.
#2 "Seen You" - September 23, 2016
In the days leading up to "The Rising," Vanessa is attacked and left for dead by an intruder. When Doc discovers anomalies in Vanessa's bloodwork, Axel and the marines come to retrieve the body, only to become marooned in the hospital.
#3 "Stay Inside" - September 30, 2016
When the hospital's power source is damaged, Vanessa and the survivors only have three hours of reserve power for the UV lights - the only thing keeping the vampires at bay. While Vanessa and Axel head into the ruins of Seattle to scavenge parts, the others are left to fight: against both vampires and amongst themselves.
#4 "Coming Back" - October 7, 2016
Vanessa and Mohamad head into the vampire-controlled streets in search of Dylan, the daughter that Vanessa orphaned when she 'died'. Back at the hospital, Cynthia is found dead. Doc soon discovers that what looked like a suicide is actually a deliberate murder. Is there a killer amongst the group? On their return to the hospital, Vanessa is captured by vampires while Mohamad leads a new group of refugees to the hospital.
#5 "Fear Her" - October 14, 2016
Vanessa, now in the clutches of Julius and his vampire brood, is forced to demonstrate her powers against someone from her past. Afterwards, she escapes, jumping from the frying pan into the fire. Meanwhile, the refugees discover a serial killer among the other residents, and plot to wrestle control from Axel. In the aftermath, Mohamad is banished from the hospital.
#6 "Nothing Matters" - October 21, 2016
Vanessa and Susan are pursued through the sewers by mutated feral vampires and arrive back at the safety of the hospital only to find the aftermath of a hostile takeover. Vanessa hatches a plan to take it back by force.
#7 "For Me" - October 28, 2016
Vanessa and Axel lead the others in the hospital's last stand against a siege by Julius and his vampire soldiers. Later when Dmitri's vampire 'Death Squad' arrives, it looks like civil war is brewing among the two vampire factions.
#8 "Little Thing" - November 4, 2016
Axel leads the surviving members of their group towards his old military base for shelter but finds it abandoned and in disrepair. With vampires closing in all around them, Axel decides they need a safer refuge and decides to go underground. Separated from Vanessa and the group, Mohamad tries to catch up while navigating hostile territory.
#9 "Help Out" - November 11, 2016
The group is trapped inside 'The Farm' - an underground lab for military experiments - and Vanessa discovers that Axel has been hiding a secret from her that concerns her past. Outside, Mohamad befriends a beautiful girl who doesn't fear vampires. Meanwhile, Rebecca makes a calculated play against the Resistance leadership.
#10 "Stay Away" - November 18, 2016
Still reeling from the dire events of 'The Farm', Vanessa and the group find refuge among a band of humans who have bargained with vampires for peace. Their leader, however, appears to be hiding a terrible secret. Meanwhile, the true serial killer among Vanessa's group is finally revealed.
#11 "Last Time" - November 25, 2016
Vanessa, Susan, Mohamad and Sam take refuge in the house Susan grew up in. Mysteries finally begin to reveal themselves to the dwindling group.
#12 "He's Coming" - December 2, 2016
Sam hunts for Vannesa and Mohammad. A confrontation occurs Julius and Dmitri. The resistance plans a last counterattack.
#13 "It Begins" - December 9, 2016
Somebody from the past who was a guardian of Jenna will make an appearance.
"Van Helsing" Season 2 Episodes (2017)
#1: "Began Again" - October 5, 2017
New unlikely alliances and betrayals form as the battle for humanity's freedom from Dmitri's reign continues. Vanessa faces a shocking revelation that will force her to make a hard decision.
#2 "In Redemption" - October 12, 2017
Old and new enemies and allies hunt for Vanessa as she tries to find a cure for Dylan.
#3 "Love Bites" - October 19, 2017
Vanessa desperately tries to save Dylan, but how far will she go? Doc and Axel try to get along in order to survive the humans hunting them down. A lone but sadistic vampire preys on a group of troubled teens.
#4 "A Home" - October 26, 2017
Vanessa goes in a violent downward spiral. Vanessa and Julius find themselves in a battle with a group of vampires that may be worse than Dmitri. The battle between Sam and the Delinquents rages on while he attempts to break one of them.
#5 "Save Yourself" - November 2, 2017
Vanessa faces off against a old foe while a possible new one closes in on her.
#6 "Veritas Vincit" - November 9, 2017
Vanessa's past rushes back to confront her in an unexpected way; a secret is revealed that Doc has been protecting; in a bid to bolster his power, Dmitri sends Scab on an impossible mission.
#7 "Everything Changes" - November 16, 2017
Vanessa faces off with Dmitri. Axel fights against becoming a full-fledged vampire. Sam tracks Mohamad, Flesh, and Lucky. Scab attempts to enlist a fierce group of vampires to join Dmitri.
#8 "Big Mama" - November 30, 2017
Van Helsing's group struggles with a disappearance. They accept sanctuary in a town run by a sheriff. Dmitri seeks a way to accomplish his goal.
#9 "Wakey, Wakey" - December 7, 2017
There's a tense standoff between law enforcement and the survivors. Axel and Scarlett find themselves hunted by a vicious breed of vampires.
#10 "Base Pair" - December 14, 2017
Vanessa discovers who her captors are and learn that they intend on using her to cure the vampire plague... or so they say.
#11 "Be True" - December 21, 2017
Sam and Mohammad's past comes to light while Mohammad tries to escape him. At a baptism fire, friendships and loyalties are tested.
#12 "Crooked Falls" - December 28, 2017
Coming across the fabled compound, the group must defend it from a fierce new foe. Doc makes a discovery that could change everything.
#13 "Black Days" - January 4, 2018
The final battle commences as secrets of the past and of the Van Helsing bloodline come to light.
Syfy renewed Van Helsing for a 13-episode third season in December 2017...
"Van Helsing" Season 3 Episodes (2018)
#1: "Fresh Tendrils" - October 5, 2018
#2 "Super Unknown" - October 12, 2018
#3 "I Awake" - October 19, 2018
#4 "Rusty Cage" - October 26, 2018
Sam remembers some of his former life when his father, whom he had stabbed in the eye after receiving a beating, placed him in the juvenile correctional center. He was bullied by other inmates, but protected by one of the correctional officers. Sam eventually exacts revenge on his tormentors and also kills his protector. In both past and present, he sees the figure of an elder. In the present, he is told that it is time but that Mahomad must be worthy to accompany him to the elder's presence. Mahomad is unable to control his urge to feed. Sam tries to teach him, but tracking down some of the Johnsons. Mahomad loses control while chasing Felix into the underground shelter the Johnsons have set up. Felix escapes out the second exit. Sam decides that Mahomad is irredeemable and locks both exits, trapping Mahomad. He turns Felix and teaches him to control his impulses, making him worthy of going to the elder.
#5 "Pretty Noose" - November 2, 2018
#6 "Like Suicide" - November 9, 2018
The elder tries to turn Axel, but discovers that he is immune. She decides to use him as bait for Vanessa, sending her his dog tags covered in his blood. Vanessa tracks them down and kills the ninja vampires before she and Axel dispatch the elder, providing them with the blood needed as the antidote to the poison in Scarlett. Meanwhile in Denver, Doc learns that the "vampire repellent" vaccine is causing violent tendencies in the population, including Joelene. Flesh, who wants to be called Phil, gets depressed and shoots himself in front of a crowd in a bar, but comes back to life. Julius learns that Phil's wife is in Denver, but this information is not enough to stop Phil jumping off a tall building. Axel volunteers to help a group of survivors from San Francisco make it to Denver, while Vanessa and Scarlett head off on their mission to take down more elders.
#7 "Hunted Down" - November 16, 2018
#8 "Crooked Steps" - November 23, 2018
#9 "Loud Love" - November 30, 2018
#10 "Outside World" - December 7, 2018
Vanessa is haunted by visions of the man she killed after abandoning Scarlett on the lighthouse island. She encounters the "Seer", who tells her that her path is in the balance and could tip toward darkness or light. She attempts to kill the Seer, but she vanishes. Vanessa then finds Mohammad drinking the blood of a wolf and chases him, intent on turning him human again. Mohamad leads her onto the roof of an abandoned abattoir, and as they struggle, Vanessa falls through and is caught on a hook. Unable to free herself, the struggle between light and dark plays out through her subconscious conjuring various people from her past. In the end, she realises that she needs to turn Mohamad so that he can free her. She entices him with her blood and he drinks. Human again, Mohamad frees her and they set off together. Vanessa tells Mohamad that it is too dangerous for him to accompany her, and makes him promise not to follow her. He ignores her, under the smiling gaze of the Seer.
#11 "Be True" - December 14, 2018
Axel reaches the meeting point he agreed with Scarlett, a store in which he used to work as a child. While looking for food, he finds a small group of people being attacked by daywalkers and rushes in to assist. One is killed, but the others reach safety. Axel is accepted in to the group, but one of the female members of the group wanted to eject him. His former boss, Lorne, from the feed store is among the group members, but he has advanced Alzheimer's and while he remembers Axel as a child, his short-term memory is shot and within a few minutes he is introducing himself again. The group follows Axel's advice in how to deal with the group of daywalkers, but Lorne loses the plot and one of the two remaining women is killed. The daywalkers are wiped out, but the remaining woman was accidentally shot in the stomach by Lorne. It is revealed that she is Axel's sister, Polly, who went missing when they were both young. She had been taken by Lorne and kept in a basement for many years. The wound is fatal. Meantime, Sam returns to the Johnson's to free Mohamad, whom he trapped in the underground shelter, so he can kill him to please the "Seer". He finds out that Mohamad has escaped and sets out in pursuit. He comes across the Johnson's and kills one of the adults in front of his partner. The Seer advises him that Mohamad is with Vanessa.
#12 "Crooked Falls" - December 21, 2018
After experimenting with raft construction, Scarlett gets off the island and makes it to the rendezvous point she agreed with Axel, in time to catch him driving off in the truck. He says it was a test drive. They head off together, but are ambushed by daywalkers while scrounging for fuel. During the fight, Scarlett notices a man walking by with a fishing rod and fish. He appears unconcerned by the daywalkers. Axel is blinded by a shotgun backfire while fighting off one of the daywalkers. Scarlett takes him to the stranger's camp, where the stranger reveals that he is unconcerned by the vampire apocalypse because he has faith that God will protect him. He helps Scarlett treat Axel's wounds, including locating some antibiotics, but Axel's fever worsens. Scarlett finds a daywalker impaled on a piece of rebar and forces him to bite Axel, curing Axel and giving him the invulnerability shared by Julius and Phil. Scarlett and Axel head off to find Vanessa. Meantime, Phil and Joelene are on the prison bus taking them to Lovelands when one of the other prisoners attacks a guard, seizing his weapon. She manages to kill the other guards and the driver, allowing Phil and Joelene to escape. They find refuge in an abandoned house, but are unable to break the chain that holds them together. The house is found by a guard searching for them. They overpower him and use his gun to break the chain. They head back to the road, where they encounter another guard, who has orders to shoot to kill. He tries to shoot Joelene, but Phil intercepts the bullet and the two feign dead. When the guard is close enough, Phil strikes him with a rock, and they steal his vehicle. They head off to Lovelands to find Phil's wife.
#13 "Black Days" - December 28, 2018
Mohamad is captured by Sam while Mohamad is following Vanessa. Vanessa arrives at the Hall where she finds Sam. They fight until they are frozen by the Seer, who reveals that the fourth Elder is yet to be created, and that it will be either Sam or Vanessa. She opens a door and passes through with Sam. Vanessa follows and finds a maze on the other side. Sam and the Seer wait in the center of the maze. Vanessa moves to fight Sam again, but the Seer again freezes them and makes Vanessa's weapons vanish. She says that to become the fourth Elder, one or both of them need to sacrifice something they love to rid themselves of the light in their hearts. Scarlett and Axel turn up at this point and also become transfixed. Sam kills Mohamad. Scarlett says that her destiny is to sacrifice herself so that Vanessa can become the Elder to defeat Sam. The Seer allows her to move, and she moves to Vanessa, puts a blade in Vanessa's hand and then impales herself on it (perhaps freeing Missy Peregrym to become Agent Maggie Bell in FBI). Axel declares undying hate for Vanessa for allowing this to happen and leaves. Vanessa again refuses to surrender to the darkness, so the Seer turns Sam into a goat-horned Elder who is the Dark One's representative on Earth. Back in Denver, Sarah ("Doc") is confronted by a senior member of Blak-Tech who shows her video of her releasing the vampire that killed Caitlyn. He refuses to send her to Lovelands because she is too valuable. He forces her to work on how to defeat the daywalkers. She puts a coating of concentrated vampire repellent on bullets. Julius volunteers to go with the soldiers who are going to attack the daywalkers to kill Scab and avenge Frankie. They enter the occupied zone and find a group of humans caged as bait. Julius calls out Scab, and he, Ivory and other daywalkers emerge. The rest of the troop is still in cover. Before anything happens, Julius sees Callie among the caged humans. Meantime, Sarah has got the final results of her DNA sequencing and cannot believe what she is seeing. Vanessa engages the horned Sam and is repeatedly pushed back. She gets out of the maze into the crypt, where the body of Lily van Helsing lies in an open casket, showing no signs of decay. Sam catches up with her and, in the fight, some of Vanessa's blood splashes onto Lily, bringing her out of her stasis. Together they confront Sam.
Syfy renewed the series for a 13-episode fourth season...
Van Helsing Movies & Books (1897-)
Professor Abraham van Helsing is a character from the 1897 Gothic horror novel Dracula. Van Helsing is a Dutch doctor with a wide range of interests and accomplishments, partly attested by the string of letters that follows his name: "M.D., D.Ph., D.Litt., etc." The character is best known as a vampire hunter and monster hunter, and the archenemy of Count Dracula.
In May 2012, Universal Pictures announced that they are rebooting Van Helsing with Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci as a two-year deal to produce a modern reimagining and Tom Cruise to star as Van Helsing and also produce the film. Rupert Sanders is in talks to direct the film. Orci spoken to IGN that he has hinted that both The Mummy and Van Helsing reboots will have a shared universe.
Nosferatu, a Symphony of Horror was the first film version of Dracula. Although it followed the same basic plot as the novel, names were changed: Van Helsing is Professor Bulwer and appears only in a few scenes. Unlike the book, he is a friend of Thomas Hutter (the film's version of Jonathan Harker) before he meets Count Orlok (a renamed Count Dracula) and never meets the vampire face to face.
Peter Cushing's character in the Hammer movies does not have the first name "Abraham" as his case reads J. van Helsing, as seen in The Brides of Dracula. In the series of Hammer Dracula films set in the 1970s, Dracula battles Lorrimar van Helsing, a grandson of the original vampire hunter, who appears as Lawrence van Helsing in the prologue to Dracula AD 1972. In The Legend of the 7 Golden Vampires Cushing plays the original van Helsing from the Hammer series.
Anthony Hopkins portrays van Helsing in Bram Stoker's Dracula in 1992. Already implied to be an experienced vampire hunter. He often comes across as insane, casually discussing how to kill the un-dead despite the brutal methods involved, as well as his ruthless methods when dispatching Dracula's brides, but he nevertheless leads the group to victory over Dracula's forces.
Christopher Plummer portrayed Professor Abraham van Helsing in Dracula 2000 (he had previously appeared as a vampire hunter, Professor Paris Catalano, in Vampire in Venice). After defeating Count Dracula (Gerard Butler), van Helsing finds that the vampire lord cannot die in the conventional means of destroying a vampire and he only succeeded in paralysing him in a deathlike state. Knowing that Dracula would inevitably rise again, van Helsing imprisoned the vampire beneath his Carfax Abbey estate, using leeches to dilute Dracula's blood and transfuse it into himself as a means of preserving his own life until he can find a means of destroying Dracula. This has the unintentional side-effect of creating a link between Dracula and van Helsing's daughter. When Dracula escapes after his coffin is stolen, van Helsing's daughter and his assistant are able to use this connection to deduce Dracula's true identity and defeat him after the elder van Helsing's death.
Hugh Jackman played Gabriel van Helsing, the eponymous hero of Van Helsing (2004), loosely based on Bram Stoker's character. Having been found on the steps of a church seven years ago with total amnesia, Gabriel hunts monsters for a secret organization made up of the world's religions (known as the Knights of the Holy Order) to rid the world of evil "that the rest of mankind has no idea exists", although he is the most wanted man in Europe for his conspicuous actions. In the movie he is sent to Transylvania to kill Count Dracula. When he arrives, Dracula tells Gabriel that they have already met and have quite a history together, with Dracula revealing over the course of the film that van Helsing was the one who originally murdered him, as well as claiming ownership of a distinctive ring that van Helsing has worn as long as he can remember. It is implied that Gabriel is actually the angel Gabriel, with vague references to Dracula's murderer as the "Left Hand of God".
Vampirella is a 1996 direct to video movie adaptation of the comic starring Talisa Soto, Roger Daltrey, Richard Joseph Paul, and Corinna Harney, directed by Jim Wynorski. A sequel was intended and announced in the ending credits, but it was not produced.
Conrad van Helsing
A blind, psychic vampire hunter. He was pursuing Dracula and initially tried to destroy Vampirella, believing her to be the Daughter of Dracula.
Adam van Helsing
Conrad van Helsing's son, the last of a long line of vampire hunters, followed his father's steps and became a paranormal researcher. Adam van Helsing is portrayed as more open-minded than his father. He believed Vampirella was not evil, and eventually they fell in love. Vampirella has often helped Adam in his research. Adam was killed in Vengeance of Vampirella #25 by Mistress Nyx.
Van Helsing: The London Assignment
Van Helsing: The London Assignment is a 2004 animated film by Universal Studios Home Entertainment. It features the voices of Hugh Jackman, Robbie Coltrane and David Wenham. The London Assignment is an animated prequel to the 2004 motion picture Van Helsing (released the same year). It tells of the events before the film.
Monster hunter, Gabriel Van Helsing and friar Carl travel to London to investigate a series of horrific, and decidedly supernatural murders, being committed by the mad scientist Dr. Jekyll, in the form of his evil alter-ego, Mr. Hyde. When tracing Hyde to his underground fortress, Van Helsing and Carl find a young woman who claims to be Queen Victoria, and they discover that Dr. Jekyll is in love with the Queen. In order to keep her young and thus immortal, she has been given a potion by Dr. Jekyll that turns her into a young woman for one night. But, in order to create the potion which causes the transformations, Dr. Jekyll needs the drained souls of his freshly killed victims and thus the killings will never stop. Dr. Jekyll then kidnaps Victoria, using the Golden Jubilee Balloon to escape.
Van Helsing uses his grappling gun to follow the balloon then proceeds to board it. In the balloon, Dr. Jekyll becomes Mr. Hyde to kill Van Helsing and crashes the Balloon in the process. While fighting on the in-construction Tower Bridge, Mr. Hyde is shot through the arm but manages to escape. Upon returning Victoria to Buckingham Palace, Van Helsing says that daybreak will break the enchantment, returning her to her real age. To reward him, Victoria kisses him, at the precise moment of daybreak, causing her old-self to slap him and call for guards. Van Helsing sends word back to Vatican City about what has happened while he tracks Jekyll to Paris.
Van Helsing (2004)
Van Helsing is a 2004 American horror action film directed by Stephen Sommers. It stars Hugh Jackman as vigilante monster hunter Van Helsing, and Kate Beckinsale as Anna Valerious. The film is a homage and tribute to the Universal Horror Monster films from the 1930s and 1940s (also produced by Universal Studios which were in turn based on novels by Bram Stoker and Mary Shelley), of which Sommers is a fan. Van Helsing grossed over $300 million worldwide and did well with the general public, becoming one of the biggest blockbusters released in 2004.
The titular character was inspired by the Dutch vampire hunter Abraham Van Helsing from Irish author Bram Stoker's novel Dracula. Distributed by Universal Pictures, the film includes a number of monsters such as Count Dracula, the Frankenstein's monster and werewolves in a way similar to the multi-monster movies that Universal produced in the 1940s, such as Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man and House of Dracula.
The animated prequel titled Van Helsing: The London Assignment takes place before the main events of the film, focusing on Van Helsing's mission to try to stop Jack the Ripper, who turns out to actually be Mr. Hyde, from terrorizing London.
There is also a one-issue comic book titled Van Helsing: From Beneath the Rue Morgue, that follows Van Helsing on a self-contained adventure that occurs during the events of the film, just after the death of Jekyll / Hyde in Paris but before Van Helsing returned to Rome. In the adventure, Van Helsing deals with Doctor Moreau and his hybrid mutants.
Van Helsing Reboot (2015)
In May 2012, Universal Pictures announced that they are rebooting the film with Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci as a two-year deal to produce a modern reimagining and Tom Cruise to star as the title character and also produce the film. Rupert Sanders is in talks to direct the film. Orci spoken to IGN that he has hinted that both The Mummy and Van Helsing reboots will have a shared universe.
The Mummy vs Van Helsing (2016)
After Tomb of the Dragon Emperor was released, actress Maria Bello stated that another Mummy film will "absolutely" be made, and that she had already signed on. Actor Luke Ford was signed on for three films as well.
On April 4, 2012, Universal Studios announced that they are developing a reboot of the series, with Jon Spaihts to write the film and Sean Daniel who produced the three films, will be returning as producer. On May 1, 2012, Universal signed on with Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman a two-year deal to produce the Mummy reboot through their K/O Paper Products banner. On September 24, 2012, it was announced that Universal has set Len Wiseman to direct the film.
In December 2012, it was being said that The Mummy reboot will be different from the classic trilogy, it'll be a completely new take on the mythology, and it will be set in present day. On February 14, 2013, Universal set The Hunger Games' writer Billy Ray to write a competitive draft for the Mummy reboot against Spaiths's written script. On July 31, 2013, director Wiseman has left the film project due of schedule conflicts.
On September 13, 2013, news reported that Mama's director Andres Muschietti is in talks to direct the film. In October 2013, Orci has spoken to IGN, hinted that both The Mummy and Van Helsing reboots will have a Shared Universe.
On November 27, 2013, Universal has set the film for an April 22, 2016 release. On May 6, 2014, director Muschetti left the film due to creative differences, which Spaihts wrote the latest draft of the script, which reimagined The Mummy in modern day with new characters not seen in previous iterations and a protagonist imbued with a human personality.
On July 16, 2014, Universal announced that they had tapped Alex Kurtzman and Chris Morgan to develop all classic movie monsters which include Frankenstein, Dracula, The Wolf Man, Creature from the Black Lagoon, The Invisible Man, Bride of Frankenstein, and The Mummy. The first film they will develop together will be The Mummy, for which they had begun the meetings. So on July 30, Kurtzman was set to direct the film.
Next day, the film's release date was pushed back to June 24, 2016, when Universal announced the April 22 for its new film The Huntsman. The film's plot is set in Iraq and follows a Navy Seal and his team that battle Mummies led by Ashurbanipal.
More Van Helsing Movies
John Gottowt (as Professor Bulwer) in Nosferatu (1922)
Edward Van Sloan in Dracula (1931) and Dracula's Daughter (1936)
Eduardo Arozamena in Dracula (1931, Spanish version)
Peter Cushing in the Hammer Films Dracula series (1958–1974)
Herbert Lom in Count Dracula (1970)
Ota Sklencka in Hrabe Drakula (1971)
Nigel Davenport in Bram Stoker's Dracula (1973)
Frank Finlay in the BBC adaptation Count Dracula (1977)
Laurence Olivier in Dracula (1979)
Walter Ladengast in Nosferatu the Vampyre (1979)
Jack Gwillim in The Monster Squad (1987)
Anthony Hopkins in Bram Stoker's Dracula (1992)
Peter Fonda in Nadja (1994)
Mel Brooks in the parody Dracula: Dead and Loving It (1995)
Christopher Plummer in Dracula 2000 (2000)
Giancarlo Giannini (as Enrico Valenzi) in Dracula (2002)
David Moroni in Dracula: Pages from a Virgin's Diary (2002)
Hugh Jackman (as Gabriel Van Helsing) in Van Helsing (2004) and
Hugh Jackman (as Gabriel Van Helsing) in Van Helsing: The London Assignment (2004)
Casper Van Dien in Dracula 3000 (2004)
David Suchet in Dracula (2006)
David Carradine in The Last Sect (2006)
Wallace Shawn in Vamps (2012)
Rutger Hauer in Dracula 3D (2012)
Thomas Kretschmann in Dracula (TV series) (2013)
David Warner in Penny Dreadful (2014)
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