Old time radio show: Dracula
Old time radio show: Stage 49: Dracula
Dracula originally aired on April 24th, 1949, on a prestigious weekly, hour-long Canadian anthology radio series called Stage 49. This adaptation of Bram Stokerís classic was written for Lorne Greene (yes, the long-time star of American TVís Bonanza).
Faithful to the story of Stokerís Dracula, with Harkerís terrifying imprisonment in the Countís castle in Transylvania, the three vampire brides, Renfieldís stay in Dr. Sewardís sanitarium, discovering the identity of the ďbeautiful ladyĒ who stalks young children after dark, the attack on Mina, and the final thrilling battle between the forces of good and evil. With an original musical score written by Edmund Velasco for this production and live sound effects performed by the actors.
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