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Count Dracula, or just Dracula, is the titular main antagonist of the Hammer series of Dracula films starting with the 1958 horror film Horror of Dracula.
He is based on the character from the Bram Stoker novel. He is an evil vampire who preys on humans and rules the dead. He is often killed, but comes back to life several times.
He was famously portrayed by the late Christopher Lee, who also played Francisco Scaramanga in The Man with the Golden Gun, Lord Summerisle in The Wicker Man, King Haggard in The Last Unicorn, Saruman in Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit trilogies, and Count Dooku in the Star Wars prequel films.
Dracula was a brutal and sadistic vampire who took pleasure in killing people and would often kill his victims in extremely brutal ways.
Despite that, it was often his cruelty that was his downfall. Because of him trying to extend his victims suffering rather than just killing them right away, it gave them opportunities to escape.
He also doesn't care for his servants, torturing and abusing them for failing to kill his enemies. This shows he is truly selfish and pitiless.
- Christopher Lee's performance as Dracula is considered by many critics to be the best cinematic interpretation of the character, alongside Bela Lugosi's.
- Christopher Lee played Dracula more than any other actor.
- Horror of Dracula, Dracula's debut, was ranked 65th best British film ever by Time Out.