Bram Stoker's Dracula [DVD videorecording] Bram Stoker's Dracula [DVD videorecording]
Culver City, CA : Columbia Pictures Industries : Distributed by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, c2007.

Actors, directors, writers, etc.
Coppola, Francis Ford, 1939-, Oldman, Gary., Ryder, Winona, 1971-, Hopkins, Anthony, 1937-, Reeves, Keanu.,

15th-century warrior Vlad goes off the fight the Turks. Upon his return, he finds that his wife Elisabeta, hearing he was dead, has killed herself. Maddened by this injustice, Vlad curses God, and becomes the immortal blood-eating fiend known as Count Dracula--for centuries. When English attorney Jonathan Harker journeys to Dracula's castle, the Count sees a photograph of his fiancée, Mina Murray. Dracula's patience has been rewarded--Elisabeta lives again! The Count goes to dastardly lengths to possess Mina, while her best friend Lucy, Lucy's three suitors, and Prof. Abraham Van Helsing all become entangled by Dracula's quest. The modern age is dawning, even in Transylvania. Will the Count triumph, or be relegated to the past?

Gary Oldman (Dracula), Winona Ryder (Mina Murray/Elisabeta), Anthony Hopkins (Professor Abraham Van Helsing), Keanu Reeves (Jonathan Harker), Richard E. Grant (Dr. Jack Seward), Cary Elwes (Lord Arthur Holmwood), Bill Campbell (Quincey P. Morris), Sadie Frost (Lucy Westenra), Tom Waits (R.M. Renfield).

Dracula, Count (Fictitious character) -- Drama.
Vampires -- Romania -- Transylvania -- Drama.
Cults -- England -- Drama.
Bloodborne infections -- Drama.
England -- Drama.
Feature films.
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
DVD-Video discs.

Vampire films.
Dracula films.
Horror films.

MPAA rating: Rated R for sexuality and horror violence; Canadian Home Video rating: 14A.

2 videodiscs (127 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.

Director of photography, Michael Ballhaus ; edited by Nicholas C. Smith, Glen Scantlebury, Anne Goursaud ; production designer, Thomas Sanders ; costume designer, Eiko Ishioka ; music composer, Wojciech Kilar ; visual effects and second unit director, Roman Coppola.