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Dracula (Motion picture : 1931)

The first film version of Bram Stoker's Dracula. The insatiable Transylvanian vampire, Count Orlock (Nosferatu), leaves his castle in the Carpathians and travels by ship to Bremen, bringing coffins filled with dirt and plague rats. The tale unfolds with an awesome eeriness unequalled in later versions.

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  • "Symphony of horror"
  • "Symphony of horror"@en
  • "Nosferatu, symphony of horror"
  • "Nosferatu, a symphony of horror"
  • "FW Murnau's Nosferatu"@en
  • "Nosferatu, the vampire"
  • "Nosferatu il vampiro"@it
  • "F.W. Murnau's Nosferatu"
  • "Cabinet of Dr. Caliguri"
  • "Nosferatu le vampire"@en
  • "[Eine Symphonie des Grauens]"
  • "Nosferatu: symphony of horror"@en
  • "F. W. Murnau's Nosferatu"@en
  • "Nosferatu: a symphony of horror"
  • "Symphony of terror"@en
  • "Nosferatu, eine Symphonie des Grauens"
  • "Nosferatu, eine Symphonie des Grauens"@en
  • "Nosferatu : a symphony of horror"
  • "Nosferatu, the first great vampire film"
  • "Nosferatu, a symphony of horrors"
  • "Vampyr"
  • "Nosferatu, a symphony of terror"
  • "Nosteratu"@en
  • "Nosferatu, eine symphonie des Grauens"@en
  • "Nosferatu, o vampiro"
  • "Nosferatu, the vampir"
  • "Nosferatu, the first vampire"
  • "Cleopatra presents Nosferatu"@en
  • "FW Murnau's Nosferatu, the first great vampire film"
  • "Dracula - a symphonie of terror"
  • "Nosferatu, Eine Symphonie des Grauens"
  • "Dracula"
  • "Dracula"@en
  • "Video Images presents a Video yesteryear"
  • "Nosferatu"

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  • "The first film version of Bram Stoker's Dracula. The insatiable Transylvanian vampire, Count Orlock (Nosferatu), leaves his castle in the Carpathians and travels by ship to Bremen, bringing coffins filled with dirt and plague rats. The tale unfolds with an awesome eeriness unequalled in later versions."
  • "The first film version of Bram Stoker's Dracula. The insatiable Transylvanian vampire, Count Orlock (Nosferatu), leaves his castle in the Carpathians and travels by ship to Bremen, bringing coffins filled with dirt and plague rats. The tale unfolds with an awesome eeriness unequalled in later versions."@en
  • "Count Dracula, a vampire, decides to settle in the town of Bremen so the local real estate agent sends his clerk to conduct the business. Strange and frightening things happen to both the clerk and his wife. A first among horror movies, directed by F.W. Murnau."
  • "En Transylvanie, Hulter rencontre Nosferatu. Ce dernier s'installe dans une ville hanséatique, puis disparaît mystérieusement pour s'être laissé surprendre par l'aube alors qu'il essayait de séduire Ellen, la fiancée de Hulter."
  • "Año 1838. En la ciudad de Wisborg viven felices el joven Hutter y su mujer Ellen, hasta que el oscuro agente inmobiliario Knock decide enviar a Hutter a Transilvania para cerrar un negocio con el conde Orlok."@es
  • "The very first film version of Bram Stoker's DRACULA, filmed in Germany during the Silent Era."
  • "Nosferatu - When a young man travles to the diamls country of Transylvania in order to get COunt Orlok to sign some important papers, he has no idea of the blood letting terror that's in store for him. Nosferatu was the first in a long line of Dracula films, and really captures the nightmarish qualities of author Bram Stoker's writings. Legend has it that Max Schrek, whol played the lead role of the blood sucking fiends was such a follower of method acting, that he eventually came to believe that he himself was an actual vampire. This dark and brooding picture was part of the German film making renaissance, known for its abstract expressionism and avant-garde film design. Even though this film is silent, an underlying scream of horror runs throughout."
  • "The original "Dracula" film, based on the story by Bram Stoker."@en
  • "The first film adaptation of the story of the unmasking of the insatiable Transylvanian vampire, Count Dracula. The tale unfolds with an awesome eeriness unequalled in later versions."@en
  • "The first film version of Bram Stoker's Dracula. The insatiable Transylvanian vampire, Count Orlock (Nosferatu), leaves his castle in the Carpathians and travels by ship to Bremen, bringing coffins filled with dirt and plague rats."
  • "The first film version of Bram Stoker's Dracula. The insatiable Transylvanian vampire, Count Orlock (Nosferatu), leaves his castle in the Carpathians and travels by ship to Bremen, bringing coffins filled with dirt and plague rats."@en
  • "The first film version of Bram Stoker's Dracula. Count Orlock (Nosferatu, the vampire) leaves his castle in the Carpathians and travels by ship to Bremen, bringing coffins filled with dirt and plague rats."
  • "The first film adaptation of the story of the unmasking of the Transylvanian vampire, Count Dracula."
  • "Rather than depict Dracula as a shape-shifting monster or debonair gentleman, Murnau's Graf Orlok is a nightmarish, spidery creature with a bulbous head and taloned claws. This is perhaps the most genuinely disturbing incarnation of vampirism."@en
  • "Rather than depict Dracula as a shape-shifting monster or debonair gentleman, Murnau's Graf Orlok is a nightmarish, spidery creature with a bulbous head and taloned claws. This is perhaps the most genuinely disturbing incarnation of vampirism."
  • "Drame fantastique. En 1838, le jeune Thomas Hutter part pour conclure la vente d'un immeuble avec un châtelain des Carpathes, le comte Orlok, laissant à Wisborg sa jeune épouse Ellen. Constatant que le seigneur du château est en réalité un vampire appelé Nosferatu, il regagne Wisborg en toute hâte. Nosferatu, venu pour sa part en bateau pour s'installer à Wisborg, décime l'équipage du navire et répand la peste sur la ville. Ellen se sacrifie pour libérer la ville du fléau et Nosferatu meurt, surpris par le chant du coq. Première transposition au cinéma de la légende de Dracula."
  • "The silent classic based on the story "Dracula"! Vampire Count Orlok expresses interest in a new residence and real estate agent Hutter's wife."@en
  • "Count Orlock (Nosferatu, the vampire) leaves his castle in the Carpathians and travels by ship to Bremen, bringing coffins filled with dirt and plague rats and with sinister plans for the young couple who are to be his first victims."
  • "Count Orlock (Nosferatu, the vampire) leaves his castle in the Carpathians and travels by ship to Bremen, bringing coffins filled with dirt and plague rats and with sinister plans for the young couple who are to be his first victims."@en
  • "German silent film version of the story of the unmasking of the insatiable Transylvanian vampire, Count Dracula."@en
  • "A brilliantly eerie superb film, this work is based upon the story of Count Dracula. Full of imaginative touches that have yet to be recaptured by the many Dracula remakes, this films transcends the normal filmmaking approaches."
  • "El conde Orlock quiere dejar su castillo en los Cárpatos para trasladarse a Bremen. Para ello contrata al agente inmobiliario Hutter que le ayuda en el traslado."@es
  • "Full-length version of the silent horror classic. An Estate Agent's clerk leaves his bride to conduct business in the distant Carpathian mountains with an eccentric client named Orlock. During a long and hazardous journey the closer he gets to his destination, the more terrified are the people he meets. [c.f. Cover notes]."@en
  • "The first film version of Bram Stoker's Dracula. Count Orlok leaves his castle in the Carpathians and travels by ship to Bremen, bringing coffins filled with dirt and plague rats. Rather than depict Dracula as a shape-shifting monster or debonair gentleman, Murnau's Graf Orlok is a nightmarish, spidery creature with a bulbous head and taloned claws."
  • "Count Dracula decides to settle in Bremen so a local real estate agent sends his clerk to conduct the business . Strange and frightening things happen to both the clerk and his wife."@en
  • "Count Orlok's move to Bremen brings the plague traceable to his dealings with the realtor Thomas Hutter. The Count becomes obsessed with Hutter's wife, Ellen, who is the only one with the power to end the evil."
  • "German film adaption of Stoker's classic Dracula. Estate agent's clerk Harker in Bremen leaves his bride to conduct business in the Carpathians with eccentric client Graf Orlock. During a long and hazardous journey he finds that the closer he gets to his destination, the more terrified the locals become."
  • ""An unauthorized production of Bram Stoker's work (The legal heirs didn't give their permission), so the names had to be changed. But this wasn't enough: The widow of Bram Stoker won two lawsuits (1924 and 1929) in which she demanded the destruction of all copies of the movie, however happily copies of it were already too widespread to destroy them all. Later, the Universal Studios could break her resistance against this movie. Count Oriok's move to Wisburg (Obviously the real "Wismar") brings the plague traceable to his dealings with the Realtor Thomas Hutter, and the Count's obsession with Hutter's wife, Ellen the only one with the power to end the evil." --Container"
  • ""Nosferatu opens in Bremen, Germany by introducing us to real estate agent Thomas Hutter (Jonathan Harker in Stoker's novel) and his young wife, Ellen (Stoker's Mina). Hutter is about to embark on a journey to the Carpathian Mountains to sell a house in Bremen to the mysterious Count Orlock. Superstitious natives warn Hutter not to travel to the Count's castle, but greed overcomes him. Once there, after completing the transaction, Hutter discovers Orlock's true nature, that he is a creature of the night who drinks blood and sleeps in a coffin, and almost does not survive the ordeal. The Count, however, loses interest in Hutter once he sees a picture of his wife, Ellen, and travels to Germany to put her under his spell"--Container."
  • "Set in middle Europe during an unspecified time in the past, NOSFERATU is the story of a man who journeys to a distant mountain town on business. He finds it curiously deserted, save for Graf Orlok, the proprietor of the local manor. Not long afterwards a ship arrives at the travellor's home town. The craft is virtually emply except for rats, pesticlence and the ghastly spicer-like owner of Orlok castle whom the villagers call Nosferatu. This version of Bram Stoker's "Dracula" is an unusual film to come out of the German expressionist period in that so much of it was shot on location thus infusing the film with the subtle tones of nature, both pure and fresh as well as sinister and twisted."@en
  • "SUMMARY: The first vampire movie. Count Orlock (Nosferatu, the vampire) leaves his castle in the Carpathians and travels by ship to Bremen, bringing coffins filled with dirt and plague rats. (SFSU)."
  • "Adaptation of the Dracula legend."
  • "Feature film from Germany. Silent. Horror. Count Dracula decides to vacate his castle in Transylvania and take up residence in Bremen, Germany."
  • "The vampire Nosferatu travels to Bremen, Germany where he is eventually destroyed."@en
  • "An unauthorized adaptation of Bran Stoker's Dracula, Nosferatu is a silent classic that reigns as one of the most frigtening films to ever cast its shadow upon a silver screen."
  • "The original film version of "Dracula" in which Max Schreck gives a terrifying portrayal of the vampiric count and for which the director was successfully sued by Bram Stoker's widow. (1922)."
  • "Follows the familiar story of Count Orloc moving from his ruined castle to the city of Wisborg, after the visit of one Jonathan Harker. Once there he becomes involved with Jonathan's fianc─Ť Nina, who alone holds the power to destroy him."@en
  • "Count Dracula lingers too long at the bedside of a beautiful woman and is distroyed by sunlight."
  • "In this first vampire movie, Count Orlock (Nosferato, the vampire) leaves his castle in the Carpathians and travels by ship to Bremen, bringing coffins filled with dirt and plague rats."@en
  • "The first vampire movie. Count Orlock (Nosferatu, the vampire) leaves his castle in the Carpathians and travels to Bremen, bringing coffins filled with dirt and plague rats with sinister plans for the young couple who are to be his victims."
  • "The first vampire movie. Count Orlock (Nosferatu, the vampire) leaves his castle in the Carpathians and travels to Bremen, bringing coffins filled with dirt and plague rats with sinister plans for the young couple who are to be his victims."@en
  • "Thomas Hutter è inviato nei Carpazi dal conte Orlok, ma quando scopre che è un Nosferatu (cioè un non-vivente che ha bisogno del sangue altrui per sopravvivere) torna a Wisborg, in Szezia, senza accorgersi che il vampiro viaggia sulla sua stessa nave. Qui le morti seminate da Nosferatu vengono attribuite alla peste, ma la fidanzata di Thomas, ellen, scopre la verità e si sacrifica: si fa vampirizzare ma trattiene il mostro fino al sorgere del sole che ne dissolverà il corpo. (Mereghetti)."@it
  • "The first silent film adaptation of the Dracula story."
  • "F.W. Murnau's German silent classic is the original--and some say most frightening--Dracula adaptation, taking Bram Stoker's novel and turning it into a haunting, shadowy dream full of dread. Names had to be changed from the novel when Stoker's wife charged his novel was being filmed without proper permission. Count Orlok, the rodentlike vampire frighteningly portrayed by Max Schreck, is perhaps the most animalistic screen portrayal of a vampire ever filmed. The design was copied by Werner Herzog in his 1979 remake and by Tobe Hooper for his telefilm of Stephen King's Salem's Lot that same year."
  • "The first screen version of the classic horror tale evokes the spirit of violence and impending doom as the vampire stalks his victims at night."@en
  • "The earliest feature version of Stoker's Dracula."@en
  • "Thomas Hutter ist Sekretär eines Maklers in Wisborg und lebt dort glücklich mit seiner Frau. Eines Tages schickt ihn sein Chef auf eine Dienstreise nach Transsylvanien, um mit dem Grafen Orlok über den Kauf eines Hauses zu verhandeln. Ellen, seine Frau, ahnt nichts Gutes, sie spürt die Gefahr, in die ihr Mann sich begibt, kann ihn aber nicht zurückhalten. Erst in der Nacht begegnet Hutter dem seltsamen Schlossherrn und dieser unterzeichnet den Vertrag. Als er am nächsten Morgen im Schloss erwacht, entdeckt er kleine rote Male an seinem Hals und ahnt, welchem Grauen er gegenübersteht. Orlok ist ein Vampir. Da verlässt Hutter fluchtartig das Schloss, denn er hat Angst, dass das Gespenst auf dem Weg zu seiner Frau ist. Eines Tages legt ein führerloses Schiff in Wisborg an, dessen Fracht Pest, Tod und Verderben über die Bewohner bringt. Die Toten tragen alle die gleichen roten Male am Hals. Ellen erkennt diese Herausforderung, und um das unheilvolle Schicksal aufzuhalten, opfert sie sich und gibt sich dem Vampir hin. In den ersten Sonnenstrahlen des neuen Morgens löst sich die mysteriöse Gestalt in Nichts auf. (Quelle: Umschlagtext)."
  • "Story of Count Dracula who goes to Bremen and is destroyed by sunlight."@en
  • "Vers 1830, l'employé d'un agent immobilier quitte sa femme Ellen pour les Carpathes où il rencontre Nosferatu le vampire. Celui-ci quitte son château dans un cercueil rempli de terre, sur un bateau grouillant de rats pestueux. Établi dans une ville hanséatique, le vampire disparait pour avoir été amoureux d'Ellen et s'être laissé surprendre par l'aube."
  • ""Nosferatu" holds the distinction of introducing the vampire to the world of cinema. The action begins in Bremen in 1838. A young estate agent is sent to an isolated area in the Carpathians to negotiate the sale of a building to Count Dracula. Terrifying events are soon to happen."
  • "Thomas Hutter, Sekretär eines Maklers in Wisborg, reist nach Transsylvanien, um mit dem Grafen Orlok über einen Hauskauf zu verhandeln. Der Schlossherr erweist sich als "Vampyr", der Pest und Tod nach Wisborg bringt; erst durch die selbstlose Hingabe von Hutters junger Gattin kann das Unheil gebannt werden."
  • "Although the plot is quite close to that of Bram Stoker's Dracula the emotional and intellectual emphases are different. The figure of Count Orlock resembling an animated corpse is far from Stoker's well-groomed, demonic vampire - Nosferatu exhibits none of the shadow play of Caligari. Murnau showed how the fantastic film could gain from the use of real settings and the imaginative treatment of space. This feeling of landscape became a central element of the classic vampire film."
  • "El interés por la esposa de agente de bienes raíces Hutter, a quien acaba de conocer, lleva al Conde Orlok a comprar una nueva residencia en Londres que le permita estar cerca del matrimonio. Todo parece normal hasta que descubren que el conde es un vampiro. Este clásico del cine de terror es una adaptación de la novela de Bram Stoker "Drácula"."@es
  • "German silent film version of the vampire who lived on human blood."
  • "German silent film version of the vampire who lived on human blood."@en
  • "The first film version of Bram Stoker's Dracula. Count Orlok (Nosferatu, the vampire), leaves his castle in the Carpathians and travels by ship to Bremen, bringing coffins filled with dirt and plague rats."
  • "An estate agent's clerk (Gustav von Wangenheim) in the city of Bremen leaves his bride (Greta Schroeder) to conduct business in the distant Carapathian mountains with an 'eccentric' client named Graf Orlock (Max Schreck). During a long and hazardous journey, the closer he gets to his destination, the more terrified are the people he meets. What he finds when he reaches Orlock's sinister castle is enough to make the flesh of the most devoted horror fan crawl."@en
  • "Rather than depict Dracula as a shape-shifting monster or debonair gentleman, Murnau's Graf Orlok is a nightmarish, spidery creature with a bulbous head and taloned claws."
  • "Count Orlock (Nosferatu, the vampire) leaves his castle in the Carpathians and travels by ship to Bremen, bringing coffins filled dirt and plague rats and with sinister plans for the young couple who are to be his first victims."@en
  • "Fiction. Drame fantastique.Vers 1830, l'employé d'un agent immobilier quitte sa femme Ellen pour les Carpathes où il rencontre Nosfératu le vampire. Celui-ci quitte son château dans un cercueil rempli de terre, sur un bateau grouillant de rats pestueux. Etabli dans une ville hanséatique, le vampire disparait pour avoir été amoureux d'Ellen et s'être laissé surprendre par l'aube. Adaptation du roman "Dracula" de Bram Stoker."
  • "Sinister Count Orlok wreaks havoc as he arrives at his new residence in Wisburg, leaving corpses in his wake."
  • "Count Orlock prowls the night searching for victims to slake his thirst for human blood."
  • "Count Orlok prepares for a long sea voyage for Wisborg, leaving behind a floating morgue."
  • "Although the plot is quite close to that of Bram Stoker's Dracula the emotional and intellectual emphases are different. The figure of Count Orlock resembling an animated corpse is far from Stoker's well-groomed, demonic vampire Nosferatu exhibits none of the shadow play of Caligari. Murnau showed how the fantastic film could gain from the use of real settings and the imaginative treatment of space. This feeling of landscape became a central element of the classic vampire film."
  • "Classic German horror film in which the vampire Count Dracula travels to Bremen and terrorizes the townspeople."@en
  • "Fiction. Drame fantastique. Vers 1830, l'employé d'un agent immobilier quitte sa femme Ellen pour les Carpathes où il rencontre Nosfératu le vampire. Celui-ci quitte son château dans un cercueil rempli de terre, sur un bateau grouillant de rats pestueux. Établi dans une ville hanséatique, le vampire disparait pour avoir été amoureux d'Ellen et s'être laissé surprendre par l'aube. Adaptation du roman "Dracula" de Bram Stoker."
  • ""Un chef-d'ouvre inoubliable, jamais égalé par aucun remake, voici enfin édité en DVD ce film au thème récurrent : l'amour fait reculer la tyrannie."
  • "The Cabinet of Dr. Caliguri - A murderer is set on the loose and all the clues are pointing at the mesmerizing Dr. Caliguri, who just happens to run the local insane asylum! Could the good and noble doctor possibly be using one of the patients to carry out the horrible killing spree? The Cabinet of Dr. Caliguri, a dark and surreal journey into the mind of a homicidal madman, is a landmark film in the history of motion picture making. The nightmare qualities of the set design and overall feel of the film were representative of the great political turmoil and emotional upheaval that was going on in Germany at the time this movie was made."
  • "Libre adaptación de la novela de Bram Stoker a la que se cambió el nombre para no tener que pagar derechos de autor. La viuda del escritor logró que se reconociese su autoría y obtuvo una orden judicial para destruir los negativos y todas las copias de la película. Las copias distribuidas en el resto del mundo impidieron su total desaparición. La presente versión no sólo es la de metraje más similar al original de 1922. Además, siguiendo la pauta de fragmentos de la época, restituye los virados y los tintados originales aplicados por Murnau. También se ha incorporado la música original del estreno compuesta por Hans Erdmann."
  • "Count Dracula decides to settle in Bremen so a local real estate agent sends his clerk to conduct the business. Strange and frightening things happen to both the clerk and his wife."@en
  • "Thomas Hutter, a secretary of a real estate brokerage business in Wisborg, travels to Transylvania to negotiate with Count Orlok on a house. The lord of the castle proves to be a vampire, who brings pestilence and death from Wisborg. It is only through the selfless dedication of Hutter's young wife that disaster is averted."
  • "The first film version of Bram Stoker's Dracula. Count Orlock (Nosferatu, the vampire), leaves his castle in the Carpathians and travels by ship to Bremen, bringing coffins filled with dirt and plague rats."
  • "The first film version of Bram Stoker's Dracula. Count Orlock (Nosferatu, the vampire), leaves his castle in the Carpathians and travels by ship to Bremen, bringing coffins filled with dirt and plague rats."@en
  • "A newly remastered version of the classic German silent film. Includes two musical scores and experts from other films by F.W. Murnau."@en
  • "A newly remastered version of the classic German silent film. Includes two musical scores and experts from other films by F.W. Murnau."
  • "The first film adaptation of the story of the unmasking of the insatiable Transylvanian vampire, Count Dracula."@en
  • "Max Schreck's Dracula is a vile and terrifying personification of the vampire, and Murnau's imagery--a sunlit, impressionistic world contrasts with the expressionistic, nocturnal creature--creates a poetic allegory of innocence, death and sexual repression."@en
  • "The first film version of Bram Stoker's Dracula. Count Orlock leaves his castle in the Carpathians and travels by ship to Bremen, bringing coffins filled with dirt and plague rats."
  • "Vers 1830, Hulter, commis d'un agent immobilier, est envoyé en Transylvanie chez le comte Orlock, autrement dit Nosferatu. Celui-ci quitte son château dans un bâteau rempli de rats porteurs de peste..."
  • "The first vampire movie. Count Orlock (Nosferatu, the vampire) leaves his castle in the Carpathians and travels by ship to Bremen, bringing coffins filled with dirt and plague rats."
  • "The first vampire movie. Count Orlock (Nosferatu, the vampire) leaves his castle in the Carpathians and travels by ship to Bremen, bringing coffins filled with dirt and plague rats."@en
  • "A vampire moves from his ancestral home where he has become a thing of dread to the locals, into Bremen, where he is finally destroyed by a pure woman who sacrifices herself to stop him."
  • "A mysterious gentleman travels to Bremen to take up residence there and leaves many unexplained deaths in his wake."
  • "The first vampire movie. Count Orlok (the vampire Nosferatu) leaves his castle in Transylvania and travels to Bremen, bringing coffins filled with dirt and plague rats and with sinister plans for the young couple who are to be his first victims."@en
  • "Contains F.W. Murnau's German silent classic which is the original, and some say most frightening, Dracula adaptation."
  • "The original "Dracula" film, based on the story by Bram Stoker. Graf Orlok, known as "Nosferatu" by the villagers, arrives in town on a boat devoid of life, except for rats and disease."
  • "The original "Dracula" film, based on the story by Bram Stoker. Graf Orlok, known as "Nosferatu" by the villagers, arrives in town on a boat devoid of life, except for rats and disease."@en
  • "The first vampire movie. Count Orlock (Nosferatu, the vampire) leaves his castle in the Carpathians and travels by ship to Bremen, bringing coffins filled with dirt and plague rats, where he is destroyed by sunlight."@en
  • "Home use only."@en
  • "First "Dracula" film. Definitely not "camp" and not for the squeamish! "Silent" film with original organ score by Rosa Rio."
  • "A newly remastered version of the classic German silent film. Includes two musical scores and excerpts from other films by F.W. Murnau."@en
  • "Digitally restored version of the 1922 horror classic."@en
  • "The original "Dracula" film, based on the story by Bram Stoker. For copyright reasons, the names of the characters were changed (Orlok for Dracula, for example) but otherwise the story remains the same --Count Orlock (Nosferatu, the vampire) leaves his castle in the Carpathians and travels by ship to Bremen, bringing coffins filled with dirt and plague rats and with sinister plans for the young couple who are to be his first victims."@en
  • "The original "Dracula" film, based on the story by Bram Stoker. For copyright reasons, the names of the characters were changed (Orlok for Dracula, for example) but otherwise the story remains the same --Count Orlock (Nosferatu, the vampire) leaves his castle in the Carpathians and travels by ship to Bremen, bringing coffins filled with dirt and plague rats and with sinister plans for the young couple who are to be his first victims."
  • "The quintessential silent vampire film, crafted by legendary German director F. W. Murnau. Rather than depicting Dracula as a shape-shifting monster or debonair gentleman, Murnau's Graf Orlok is a nightmarish, spidery creature of bulbous head and taloned claws, perhaps the most genuinely disturbing incarnation of vampirism yet envisioned. Features two versions of the film, the original German intertitles (with optional English subtitles) or English intertitles."
  • "An unauthorized adaptation of Bram Stoker's Dracula, Nosferatu is a silent classic that reigns as one of the most frigtening films to ever cast its shadow upon a silver screen."
  • "Count Orlock (Nosferatu, the vampire) leaves his castle in the Carpathians and travels by ship to Bremen, bringing coffins filled with dirt and plague rats."
  • "Count Orlock moves from his ancestral home in the Carpathian Mountains to Germany, leaving a wave of corpses in his wake."
  • "Although the plot is quite close to that of Bram Stoker's Dracula the emotional and intellectual emphases are different. The figure of Count Orlock, resembling an animated corpse, is far from Stoker's well-groomed, demonic vampire. Murnau showed how the fantastic film could gain from the use of real settings and the imaginative treatment of space. This feeling of landscape became a central element of the classic vampire film."@en
  • "Presents the story of the vampire Nosferatu's seige of horror in the city of Bremen."

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  • "Cine de terror"
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  • "Vampire films"
  • "Videodiscos DVD"@es
  • "Fantastique"

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  • "Nosferatu [eine Symphonie des Grauens]"
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  • "Nosferatu, eine Symphonie des Grauens"
  • "Nosferatu (Film)"
  • "Dracula (Motion picture : 1931)"@en
  • "Nosferatu = Nosferatu il vampiro"@it
  • "Nosferatu = Nosferatu, o vampiro"
  • "Nosferatu (Pel·lícula cinematogràfica)"
  • "Nosferatu (Motion picture : 1922)"
  • "Nosferatu (Motion picture : 1922)"@en
  • "Nosferatu [a symphony of terror]"@en
  • "Nosferatu a tale of gothic horror"@en
  • "Nosferatu (Motion picture)"
  • "Nosferatu (Motion picture)"@en
  • "Nosferatu (Dracula)"
  • "Nosferatu (Film cinématographique)"
  • "Nosferatu"@it
  • "Nosferatu"
  • "Nosferatu"@en
  • "Nosferatu"@es
  • "Nosferatu: eine Symphonie des Grauens (Pel·lícula cinematogràfica)"
  • "Nosferatu = Nosferatu, eine Symphonie des Grauens"@es

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