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House of Dracula Details


This Universal "monster rally", an immediate sequel to , would seem to have been deliberately designed as the final entry in the studio's B-horror cycle. Onslow Stevens plays psychiatrist Dr. Edelman, who suddenly has a thriving business when two of Universal's "fright" personalities come calling. Count Dracula (John Carradine) wishes to be weaned away from his vampiric tendencies, while Lawrence Talbot (Lon Chaney), aka the Wolfman, wants to be cured of his werewolfism. Edelman does his best to help, simultaneously attempting to bring the Frankenstein monster (Glenn Strange) back to life. Unfortunately, Edelman inherits the madness, killer instincts and other antisocial habits of his celebrated patients. Only Lawrence Talbot manages to escape from Edelman's lab unscathed, ambling off into the sunset with heroine Militza (Martha O'Driscoll). Universal contract starlet Jane Adams, perennially cast as unfortunate young women with physical afflictions, plays Edelman's faithful hunchbacked nurse. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi


Lon Chaney, Jr.
as Lawrence Talbot
John Carradine
as Count Dracula
Martha O'Driscoll
as Miliza Morell
Lionel Atwill
as Inspector Holtz
Glenn Strange
as The Monster
Onslow Stevens
as Dr. Edelman
Ludwig Stossel
as Zeigfried
Skelton Knaggs
as Steinmuhl
Dick Dickinson
as Villager
Fred Cordova
as Gendarme
Harry Lamont
as Villager
Beatrice Gray
as Mother


Erle C. Kenton
Paul Malvern
John P. Fulton
George Robinson
Hans Salter
Composer (Music Score)
Russell Schoengarth
Vera West
Costume Designer