Nosferatu (1922)

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Vampire Count Orlok expresses interest in a new residence and real estate agent Hutter's wife.




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  • Max Schreck in Nosferatu (1922)
  • Greta Schröder in Nosferatu (1922)

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F.W. Murnau


Henrik Galeen (screen play), Bram Stoker (based on the novel: "Dracula")

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15 October 2001 | michaelRokeefe
| Dracula masterpiece of the silent screen.
F.W. Murnau directs this unauthorized version of Bram Stoker's novel, Dracula. NOSFERATU is arguably the earliest surviving screen version depicting the 'Prince of Darkness'. This German production deviates slightly from the original, but the now familiar story we all know by heart is intact. Count Dracula becomes Count Orlok and journeys to Bremen, Germany instead of London. His physical appearance is not dashing, mesmerizing or even mystical; but much resembles the rats that frequently accompany him. I find this the most eerie of all that would follow. The accompanying organ music background makes this scratchy black and white silent film an essential masterpiece. Max Schreck is immortal as Nosferatu/Count Orlok.

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