Dracula (Spanish Version) (George Melford, 1931) [RePoPo]

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Name:Dracula (Spanish Version) (George Melford, 1931) [RePoPo]

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Dracula (Spanish Version) (George Melford, 1931) [repopo]

General Information
Type.................: Movie
File Validation......: SFV
Container file.......: Matroska
Video Format.........: H.263
Video Bitrate........: 1778
Audio Format.........: AC3 Spanish 1.0
Audio Bitrate........: 160Kb/s
Subtitles enclosed...: English, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Croatian
Resolution...........: 704x512
Color................: Black and White - 24 bit
FPS..................: 25.000
Duration.............: 01:39:00
Source...............: DVD 4:3
Aspect Ratio.........: 1.37:1
Original Format......: PAL - B/W
Genre................: Classic, Horror
IMDb Rating..........: 7.1
Movie Information....: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0021815/

Release Notes

In 1989, horror-movie historian David J. Skal discovered the legendary
Spanish-language version of the 1931 Dracula in Cuba. Shot at night on the same
Universal sets as Tod Browning's classic after, his crew went home for the
evening, and using a translated version of the same script, this version
features a cast of Mexican and South American actors under the direction of
George Melford. When this version was released in 1992 in the U.S. (with
subtitles), a small but fervent coterie of fans proclaimed it superior to Tod
Browning's original. While practically identical in many ways, Melford creates a
more atmospheric set and has his camera prowling though it in key moments,
resulting in a more stylish and smooth film. He punctuates scenes with striking
compositions and startling close-ups and paces the film more evenly (even though
it emerges 30 minutes longer ). Two elements stand out above all. The lovely
Lupita Tovar makes a much sexier Mina (named Eva here), signaling her
transformation to the dark side by rising from her bed in a low-cut, and very
revealing, nightgown, as if displaying her newfound sexual aggressiveness. The
film's sole weakness is Carlos Villar's Dracula, who is nowhere near as
charismatic as Bela Lugosi. Though his portrayal improves over the course of the
film, he never comes close to Lugosi's intensity or aristocratic demeanor.
--Sean Axmaker

ENG: This is my personal rip of the spanish DVD. It contains in the same
Matroska file the original spanish audio track, and five subtitles (italian,
spanish, italian, portuguese and croatian) selectable during playback.

You need H.263 and AC3 codecs to play this. I recommend using VLC Media
Player, as it uses its own codecs.

ESP: Este es mi propio rip del DVD español. Contiene en el mismo archivo
Matroska la pista de audio original en español y cinco de subtitulos (español,
italiano, ingles, portugues y croata),intercambiables durante la reproduccion.

Es necesario tener instalados los codecs H.263 y AC3 para reproducirlo.
Recomiendo usar el VLC Media Player, pues ya los trae incluidos.

Movie Details

Synopsis: At midnight on Walpurgis Night, an English clerk, Renfield, arrives at
Count Dracula's castle in the Carpathian Mountains. After signing papers to take
over a ruined abbey near London, Dracula drives Renfield mad and commands
obedience. Renfield escorts the boxed count on a death ship to London. From
there, the Count is introduced into the society of his neighbor, Dr. Seward, who
runs an asylum. Dracula makes short work of family friend, Lucia Weston, then
begins his assault on Eva Seward, the doctor's daughter. A visiting expert in
the occult, Van Helsing, recognizes Dracula for who he is, and there begins a
battle for Eva's body and soul. Written by {[email protected]}


* This Spanish-language version was filmed on the same sets and at the same
time as the English-language, Bela Lugosi version. The English-language version
was filmed during the day, and the Spanish-language version was filmed at night.

* This Spanish-language version runs nearly a half-hour longer than the
English-language version that was being shot during the day.

* Director George Melford did not speak or understand Spanish.

* Although this version was shot in Spanish, it became a mixture of dialects
since the cast came from Mexico, Spain, Central and South America.

* For decades, the only surviving print, while in mint condition, was
missing several minutes worth of material that encompassed Renfield's seduction
by the Dracula's brides and the voyage to England. The "lost" reel was
eventually located in Cuba, and has been restored to complete the film as much
as possible. Though much more worn and aged than the rest of the film, the
additional footage differs strikingly from the English-language version,
probably more so than any other part of the film.

* When this film was released on DVD in 2004 as part of the "Dracula: Legacy
Collection", it included closed captions for the hearing impaired, but did not
contain the straight English subtitles. Universal answered buyers' complaints by
telling them to simply select the "closed captions".

* In the theatre scenes, the final shot of the ballet is borrowed from
Universal's The Phantom of the Opera (1925).

Personal Info

My releases so far... personal rips from original DVDs, looking for quality...
They're uploaded in TPB, Mininova and TorrentBox, but feel free to share them
on edonkey networks on any way you want. Spread the word.

- Timerider: The Adventure of Lyle Swann (DVDRip Dual Spanish-English) (1,4Gb)
AVI/MP33, Dual English-Spanish, no subs

- The Yakuza (Sidney Pollack, 1974) (DVDRip Dual Eng-Esp) (1,3Gb)
AVI/AC3, Dual English-Spanish, subpack including multiple subtitles

- Dracula's Daughter (Lambert Hillyer, 1936, DUal-Multisubs) (700Mb)
H264/AAC in Matroska container, Dual Eng-ESP, subs ENG-ESP-ITA-POR

- Dracula (George Melford, 1931, Spanish Audio) (1,4Gb)
H264/AC3 in Matroska conatiner, ESP audio, subs ENG-ESP-ITA-POR-CRO


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