Poll Suggestion: Favorite Dracula

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Who's your favorite Dracula?

List: https://www.imdb.com/list/ls093484885/
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Comi El

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Posted 2 weeks ago

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mihailo.razvigor

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Good list.
I would like to nominate Dracula from one of my favorite films The Monster Squad (1987).
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DIGGER

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I'm afraid that it's no contest: IMHO, even though Bela Lugosi is long dead, and no matter "DRACULA" movies or T.V. series remakes they make , he will always reign supreme as the "TOP-RATED FAVORITE VAMPIRE", with only Gary Oldman, portraying the Count in 1992's "BRAM STOKER'S DRACULA", coming in a close second, IMO.
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Dan Dassow, Champion

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Hi Comi El (AKA DonKarnage2),

Welcome to the IMDb Poll message board. Thank you for your poll suggestion and thank you for including a properly working discussion in link in your list.

Sadly, there is already a very similar live poll:
Best Dracula Portrayal
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Comi El

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Hi Dan,

thanks for letting me know. Well, I thought with a new take on Dracula a new poll would be in order where we could have seen how many members enjoyed the last Dracula the most, but thanks anyway :)
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Gitte Løyche

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I think that we can all agree that Bela Lugosi was THE Dracula. No. 2 (for me) was Christopher Lee. 
The new Netflix 3 episode series 'Dracula' with Claus Bang is very good. Dracula seen from a new angle - funny, scary and very well-played (still my personal opinion)
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Comi El

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I agree, Bela Lugosi and Christopher Lee were great, but the BBC/Netflix adaption was really quite remarkable (except for the third part) and Claes Bang was just perfect as Dracula (in my opinion).  
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cinephile

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I didn't watch Dracula 1931, but Bela Lugosi is the one that was the most significant in the cinema.