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Aug 19, 2022

[Answer] 1. This villain is not the the teenage love story type shown in modern literature. Who is this blood sucking evil character created by Bram Stoker?

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...1. Count Chocula 2. Frankenstein 3. Edward Cullen 4. Count Dracula Count Dracula was rated as #13 (website "The Telegraph"), #16 (website ShortList.com), and #8 (website CSMonitor.com) as the greatest villains in literature. The American Film Institute (2003) counted the Bela Lugosi version of Dracula (1931 film) as the 33rd greatest film villain. Count Dracula is thought to have been inspired by Vlad the Impaler who impaled his victims, possibly in the tens of thousands. Interestingly, Bram Stoker's Dracula dies from a cut throat and a knife to the heart, not from a wooden stake.




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Count Dracula:


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