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Dracula's Daughter (ebook)
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James Whale's Dracula's Daughter
What if Boris Karloff portrayed the title characters in The Wolfman (1941) and The Invisible Man (1933)?
What if Lon Chaney portrayed Count Dracula, or Lon Chaney Jr. appeared in what was to be the first Technicolor monster film?
What if Bela Lugosi starred in Frankenstein (1931) as the Doctor or the Monster?
Now, through the discovery of legendary film scripts, discover:
Bram Stoker’s “Dracula's Guest,” which may have been an excised chapter from Dracula.
Dracula’s Daughter, the original screenplay treatment by John S. Balderston
James Whale’s Dracula’s Daughter, a discarded 1935 first draft script by R. C. Sherriff
Also includes the memories of Carl Laemmle Jr. and R.C. Sherriff.
"Just when you thought you knew everything about our beloved classic monsters, Philip Riley pulls another bat out of the hat with this new remarkable book series." -Stan Winston
"Philip J Riley continues to discover lost film lore; last was the amazing reconstruction of Lon Chaney's The Phantom of the Opera, and now a treasure trove of scripts that no one knew existed." -Ray Bradbury