Dracula's Daughter (1936) Dr. Von Helsing (Edward Van Sloan), thinking he has rid London of all vampires, is instead arrested for murder. Just when Von Helsing's fate seems sealed, the bodies suddenly disappear. Soon several people are found mysteriously killed, their bodies drained of all blood. Meanwhile, beautiful and mysterious Countess Marya Zaieska (Gloria Holden) appears in London. The troubled woman seeks the understanding Dr. Garth (Otto Kruger), Von Helsing's psychiatrist, for consultation. A mysterious sequence of events surrounding a disorientated young girl (Nan Grey) leads Von Helsing and Garth to deduce the countess must be a vampire. They set off to Transylvania after the elusive countess to rescue Garth's beautiful fiancee (Marguerite Churchill) in this engrossing thriller.
Son of Dracula (1943) When a Southern heiress obsessed with thoughts of eternal life invites the Count to her mansion in the U.S., she winds up under his evil spell. Together they set out to satisfy their thirst for human blood with nocturnal killings on unsuspecting relatives and neighbours in director Robert Siodmak's excursion into the horror genre.