Why does Count Dracula going to England for?
I suppose the bluntest way of putting it is that Dracula is looking for new, young, fresh blood, because he has been predating on his own surroundings for centuries. As the Count says to Jonathan Harker:
"I long to go through the crowded streets of your mighty London, to be in the midst of the whirl and rush of humanity, to share its life, its change, its death, and all that makes it what it is........."
Christopher Lee has played Dracula in 10 films as of 1976 according to IMDB 1. Dracula - Count Dracula - 1958 2. Dracula: Prince of Darkness - Dracula - 1966 3. Dracula Has Risen from the Grave - Dracula - 1968 4. Count Dracula - Count Dracula - 1970 5. Taste the Blood of Dracula - Dracula - 1970 6. One more Time - Dracula - 1970 7. Scars of Dracula - Dracula - 1970…
Having been loaded on to a ship (the Demeter) bound for England, Count Dracula, hidden in a box containing his homeland earth, lived on the blood of the sailors on board until all were dead. The ship then pitched up, wrecked, in the harbour of Whitby in the county of Yorkshire in England, whereupon Dracula jumped from the wreck on to the quay in the shape of a large dog and escaped into the night.
It is from the 1931 film, DRACULA, and it is said by Bela Lugosi as Count Dracula during the theater scene when Dracula meets Mina & Lucy. : Count Dracula: To die, to be really dead, that must be glorious! : Mina: Why, Count Dracula! : Count Dracula: There are far worse things awaiting man than death.
he is a guy in the movie called van helsing actor by Hugh jackman he was the one who murdered count dracula by changing into a werewolf and after he killed count dracula dracula was given a 2nd life and this time he change into a werewolf dracula reveals that he was acutally left hand of God,archangel Gabriel he murders again count dracula by transfroming into a werewolf
Castlevania's Dracula is loosely based on Count Dracula and the historical figure Vlad Tepes (pronounced te-pesh) the Impaler. Dracula is castlevania is more like a spellcaster and demon and the Count Dracula in the novel is a bit more 'regal and aristocratic.' They bear similar personalities, however. You don't here Count Dracula in the novel using moves like hellfire and demonic megiddo, anyway! :)
Dracula, which was orginaly a book written by Bram Stoker, is a book that is taken in the different points of views of different people through Journal entries, ship logs, letters, etc. Jonathan Harker who becomes an estate agent for Count Dracula, who wants to move to England. After a few nights of staying in Dracula's castle he realizes he's being held prisoner and that Dracula is a vampire, he tries to escape. Eventually, he…