1995 Comedy Rated PG-13 90 Minutes
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Film satire's number one star and all-time top director have teamed up to give new life to the immortal legend of Dracula. Leslie Nielsen is Dracula: Dead And Loving It in Mel Brook's comedy of terrors.Unlike other Hollywood comedies about the Count, Dracula: Dead And Loving It takes place in its original time period (1893), with colorful costumes, a rich Gothic score, and appropriately atmospheric sets, including Dracula's ancient and notoriously eerie castle, a seagoing schooner, a London opera house, a foreboding mausoleum, lovely Victorian boudoirs, and a huge, lavishly decorated ballroom containing hundreds of elegantly dressed extras. Director Mel Brooks, of course, weaves the web with his own beloved blend of physical and verbal humor-not to mention state of the art special effects, spectacular stunts, and two exciting dance numbers.