Dracula: Sovereign Of The Damned (special)

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Alternative title:
Dracula (Italian)
Drácula (Spanish)
Emperor of Darkness - Vampire Dracula
La Tumba de Drácula (Spanish)
The Tomb of Dracula
Yami no Teiō - Kyūketsuki Dracula (Japanese)
Дракула (Russian)
闇の帝王・吸血鬼ドラキュラ (Japanese)
Genres: horror, supernatural
Objectionable content: Significant
Plot Summary: In contemporary Boston, Dracula gatecrashes a Satanic ritual and makes off with the intended sacrifice, Delores. Overcome with love for her, he's unable to drink her blood and instead settles down with her and fathers a child, Janus. But Dracula's enemies are massing against him - a team of vampire hunters, including the wheelchair-bound Hans Harker, crossbow wielding and new recruit Frank Drake, a descendant of Dracula, are closing in. And Dracula has been stripped of his vampire powers by Satan and he desperately needs another vampire to restore his powers so that he can both see off his pursuers and avenge the death of Janus at the hands of vengeful Satanists.
User Ratings: 33 ratings have been given [details]
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1 Russian dubbed
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1 Spanish dubbed
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 Worst ever: 6 votes (dub:6)
Seen in part or in whole by 65 users, rank: #4538 (of 6959)
Median rating: Bad
Arithmetic mean: 2.303 (Bad+), std. dev.: 2.1948, rank: #6924 (of 6970)
Weighted mean: 2.455 (Bad+), rank: #6924 (of 6970) (seen all: 2.46 / seen some: 2.62 / won't finish: 2.00)
Bayesian estimate: 3.886 (Not really good), rank: #5255 (of 5272)
Running time: 94 minutes
Vintage: 1980-08-19 (Japan)
Links: We have 1
Comment:
Loosely based on Marvel Comics' The Tomb of Dracula comic series.
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Minoru Okazaki
Character Design: Hiroshi Wagatsuma
Art Director: Hidenobu Shin
Animation Director: Hiroshi Wagatsuma

Art Coordinator: Take Torimoto
Assistant Director: Akinori Nagaoka
Creative Consultant: Gene Pelc
Editing: Osamu Tanaka
Finish Check: Tsutomu Tsukada
Key Animation:
Hiroshi Iino
Jirou Tsuno
Photography: Hisao Shirai
Production manager: Kazuichi Tsurumi
Reference: Émile Grillot de Givry (Le Musée des Sorciers, Mages et Alchimistes)
Theme Song Performance: Kazuko Kawashima (ED)
Hiroko Suzuki as Domini
Kazuyuki Sogabe as Janus Tepes
Keiichi Noda as Frank Drake
Kenji Utsumi as Dracula
Mami Koyama as Rachel van Helsing
Yasuo Hisamatsu as Quincy Harker

Hidekatsu Shibata as Satan (Mephisto)
Junpei Takiguchi as Anton Lupeski
Reiko Katsura as Lilith
Ryo Ishihara as Narrator

Hidekatsu Shibata as Bartender
Kazuyuki Sogabe as Young A
Kouji Totani as
Wheeler
Young C
Masaharu Satō as
Boyfriend
Young B
Reiko Katsura as Silver
Satomi Majima as
Anton
Woman B
Seiko Nakano as
Carly
Mallisa
Woman A
Yasuo Tanaka as
Announcer
Torgo Nia

Japanese companies
Broadcaster: TV Asahi
Film Developing: Toei Chemical Industry
Original Creator: Marvel Comics (The Tomb Of Dracula)
Production: Toei Animation
Sound Effects: Ishida Sound Group
English cast
English staff
Arlene Banas as Dolores (Domini)
Dan Woren as Frank Drake
Melanie MacQueen as Rachel Van Helsing
Richard Epcar as Satan Lucifer (Mephisto)
Tom Wyner as Count Dracula

Edie Mirman as Layla (Lilith)
Robert V. Barron as Narrator

Arlene Banas as Billy
Barry Stigler as Male NYC Victim
Dan Woren as Bum
Rebecca Forstadt as Billy's Sisters
Richard Epcar as God
Robert V. Barron as
Al
Tomo (Torgo)
Robin Levenson as
Harold's Girl
Mallisa
Simon Prescott as Radio Newscaster
English companies
ADR Production: Intersound, Inc.
Distributor: Vestron Video
Licensed by: Harmony Gold USA, Inc.
French staff
French cast
(none)
Frédéric Girard as Frank Drake
Jacques Garcia as Quincy Harker
Laurent Hilling as Satan
Stéphane Garcia as Comte Dracula

Frédéric Girard as Narrateur
Jean-Pierre Denys as
Prêtre Ruperski
Togo
Laurent Hilling as Dieu
Marcelle Lajeunesse as
Leiras
Marita
French companies
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
(none)
Alvaro Tarcicio as Drácula
Angel Sacristán as Frank Drake (Spain dub)
Celia Honrubia as Domini (Spain dub)
Federico Guillén as Satan (Spain dub)
Joaquin Escola as Quincy Harker (Spain dub)
Liza Willert as Dolores
Luis Carrillo as Conde Dracula (Spain dub)
Ruben Moya as Satán

Amparo Valencia as Raquel (Spain dub)
Maria Dolores Diaz as Liras (Spain dub)

Abel Navarro as
Man at Bar (Spain dub)
Robbed Boyfriend (Spain dub)
Elena de Maeztu as
Anton (Spain dub)
Malisa (Spain dub)
Juan Antonio Gálvez as
Borracho (Spain dub)
Liras' Victim (Spain dub)
Togo (Spain dub)
Manuel Tejada as Narrador (Spain dub)
Maria Dolores Diaz as Girl (Spain dub)
Nacho Martínez as TV Reporter (Spain dub)
Pedro Estecha as
Acolyte (Spain dub)
Barman (Spain dub)
Voice-over (Spain dub)
Yelas (Spain dub)
Roberto Cuenca Martínez as
Radio Voice (Spain dub)
Reverendo Sibierski (Spain dub)

Juan Antonio Gálvez (Spain dub)
Spanish companies
Broadcaster:
Teleantioquia (Colombia)
TVE (Spain)
Dubbing Studio: Sincronia (Spain dub)
Italian staff
Italian cast
(none)
Italian companies

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