The story of Dracula told by the comic mind of Mel Brooks. Thomas Renfield (MacNicol, in an excellent Dwight Frye imitation) visits the Count (Neilson) and becomes his deranged and humerous servant. The two traval to England where Renfeild is incarcerated in the mental hospital of Dr. Seward (Korman). Seward has a Daughter Mina (Yasbeck). Drac is quite interested in Mina and everyone trusts him, except two people: Mina's fiance Johnathan Harker (Weber) and paranormal expert Prof. Abraham Van Helsing (Brooks). Will they save mina? Does Renfeild really beleive that running around and shaking his butt will throw people off his trail? Will Dracula move his coffin, or the chandelier? These questions and many more hilarious ones will be answered with one vewing.
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The review of this Movie prepared by Adam D. Bram