Realart re-issue trailer for Universal Studios’ 1936 production of “Dracula’s Daughter,” w/ an added “coming attraction” bumper at the end for Walter Lantz’s “Woody Woodpecker” Universal theatrical “cartune” cartoons.
The legendary Berwyn/Chicago-based horror/monster film host will present his big broadcast of the second feature in Universal’s “Dracula” film franchise series, “Dracula’s Daughter” (1936); this Sat., Jan. 19 at 8 p.m. Eastern/7 p.m. Central on Me-TV.
The second Universal “Dracula” feature was directed by veteran film director Lambert Hillyer. That same year, Hillyer directed Universal’s production of “The Invisible Ray” (1936); with silver screen horror film legends Boris Karloff and Bela Lugosi. Seven years later, Hillyer directed the “Batman” serial series for Columbia Pictures (1943, the first live-action adaptation of Bill Finger and Bob Kane’s DC Comics superhero creation, with Lewis Wilson as Batman/Bruce Wayne and Douglas Croft as Robin/Dick Grayson).
This will mark Sven’s seventh coast-to-coast presentation of “Dracula’s Daughter” (1936) on Me-TV. He previously showcased the second Universal “Dracula” installment back in April 2011*, April 2012*, March 2013, April 2014, June 2015 and Oct. 2016.
Who was in “Dracula’s Daughter” (1936)?
The players who appeared in “Dracula’s Daughter” (1936) were Gloria Holden (as Countess Marya Zaleska/Dracula’s Daughter), Edward Van Sloan (as Prof. Van Helsing), Hedda Hopper (as Lady Esme Hammond), Otto Kruger (as Jeffrey Garth), E.E. Clive (as Sgt. Wilkes), Nan Grey (as Lilli, Grey was credited in the film as Nan Gray), Marguerite Churchill (as Janet), Halliwell Hobbs (as Hawkins), Gilbert Emery (as Sir Basil Humphrey), Billy Bevan (as Albert), Claude Allister (as Sir Aubrey), Irving Pichel (as Sandor) and Edgar Norton (as Hobbs).