Dracula's Daughter

From The Grindhouse Cinema Database

Dracula's Daughter (1936, USA) is a Vampire-Horror film directed by Lambert Hillyer. It is the direct sequel to Dracula.

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Main Details

  • Released on May 11, 1936
  • B&W
  • Running time: 71 minutes
  • Production and Distribution Co.: Universal Pictures
  • Directed by Lambert Hillyer
  • Written by Garrett Fort (screenplay), from the story by Bram Stoker, from a suggestion by David O. Selznick (as Oliver Jeffries), John L. Balderston (story) (uncredited), Charles Belden, Finley Peter Dunne and R.C. Sheriff (contributing writers) (uncredited), Kurt Neumann (treatment) (uncredited)
  • Starring: Otto Kruger, Gloria Holden, Marguerite Churchill

Plot Summary

  • When Countess Marya Zaleska appears in London, mysterious events occur leading Dr. Von Helsing to believe the Countess must be a vampire.


  • She gives you that weird feeling!
  • SHE'S WEIRD! SHE'S EXTOTIC! SHE'S HYPTONIC! (print ad - Lubbock Morning Avalanche - Lyric Theatre - Lubbock, Texas - October 13,1936 - all caps)
  • More Horrible Than Her Unholy Father! (Print Ad- Albany Times-Union, ((Albany NY)) 12 June 1936)
  • Look out, she'll get you!
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