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Old 11-20-2012, 01:21 AM   #122
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Originally Posted by CountOrlok View Post
I don't think the original Dracula has any music except for the title credits. The silence works better, reminds me of silent movies and makes it more eerie.

I don't find Dracula boring. It's a classic.

Browning was actually a very successful silent film director, I think that's one reason he made it as such. Works wonderfully. I haven't heard the scored version but I will next watch.

Originally Posted by Dthecryptkeeper View Post
To be honest I don't like Lugosi as Dracula in fact the whole film is boring as hell, I can never get past falling asleep when popping this one in. However I was able to stay awake and watch the film with Glass' score and it doesn't fit IMO.

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