Silent Sundays: Lupita Tovar in “Dracula” (1931)

Lupita Tovar - Dracula (Spanish 1931) via Universal Monsters Tribute

Seventeen year old Lupita Tovar in the 1931 Spanish version of Dracula via Universal Monsters Tribute.

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6 thoughts on “Silent Sundays: Lupita Tovar in “Dracula” (1931)

  1. In my opinion the Spanish language Dracula is a better film than the Lugosi version, the acting is far less wooden and the chicas far sexier. It’s as if the cast and crew came on set watched the day’s rushes and said “we can do better than that!”

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