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    Dracula

    Dracula

    • Year Released: 1931
    Dracula is a 1931 vampire-horror film directed by Tod Browning and starring Bela Lugosi as the title character. The film was produced by Universal and is based on the stage play of the same name by Hamilton Deane and John L. Balderston, which in turn is based on the novel Dracula by Bram Stoker. Renfield (Dwight Frye), a British solicitor, travels through the Carpathian Mountains via stagecoach. The people in the stagecoach are fearful that the coach won’t reach the local inn before sundown. Arriving there safely before sundown, Renfield refuses to stay at the inn and asks the driver to take him to the Borgo Pass. The innkeeper and his wife seem to be afraid of Renfield’s destination, Castle Dracula, and warn him about vampires. The innkeeper's wife gives Renfield a crucifix for protection before he leaves for Borgo Pass. He is driven to the castle by Dracula's coach, with Dracula himself disguised as the driver. During the trip, Renfield asks the driver to slow down, but is startled to see that the driver has disappeared, and a bat is leading the horses. Renfield enters the castle welcomed by charming but odd nobleman Count Dracula (Bela Lugosi), who unbeknownst to Renfield, is a
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    Grumpy

    • Year Released: 1930
    Grumpy (1930) is an American drama film directed by George Cukor and Cyril Gardner, and released by Paramount Pictures. The screenplay by Doris Anderson is based on a play by Horace Hodges and Thomas Wigney. A Spanish-language version entitled Cascarrabias, written by Catalan writer Josep Carner Ribalta (1898–1988) and directed by Gardner, was released by Paramount the same year. The film is a remake of a 1923 silent film of the same title. The titular character is a temperamental but lovable retired London barrister now living in the country with his granddaughter Virginia. Ernest Heron, Virginia's beau, returns from South Africa with a valuable diamond, and that night he is attacked and the gem is stolen. The only clue to the perpetrator's identity is a camellia Ernest is found clutching in his hand. Suspicion falls upon Chamberlin Jarvis, an acquaintance of Virginia who was a houseguest at the time, and Grumpy follows him when he returns to the city, where he tries to sell the diamond to Berci. Knowing Jarvis is a suspect, Berci turns him away, and the thief, frightened by a confrontation with Grumpy, eventually returns to the country, returns the jewel, and is arrested. The
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    The devil to pay!

    • Year Released: 1930
    The Devil to Pay! (1930) is a motion picture directed by George Fitzmaurice and written by Frederick Lonsdale and Benjamin Glazer. After selling his house and belongings in East Africa, upper-class black sheep Willie Hale (Colman) returns home to England, where he buys a dog and charms his rich father, Lord Leeland (Kerr), into giving him more money. After reuniting with his old girlfriend, actress Mary Crayle (Loy), he meets and falls in love with heiress Dorothy Hope (Young). Dorothy then breaks her engagement to Grand Duke Paul (Cavanagh) because she finds bankrupt Willie far more charming. He also makes Willie agree to stop seeing Mary. Mistakenly thinking he has breached this agreement, Dorothy pays Willie off. He sends the money to destitute Paul, who gladly accepts it, showing both Willie's and Paul's true characters to Dorothy. When Dorothy and Willie make up, Lord Leeland laughingly informs them that Dorothy's father is making them a wedding present of a sheep farm in Australia. At least if Willie goes broke this time, Dorothy's father is footing the bill, not him.
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