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Dracula: The Series
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Glenn Davis
William Laurin


Christopher Dedrick


Bernard Behrens
Geordie Johnson
Joe Roncetti
Jacob Tierney
Mia Kirshner

Production company

Cinexus-Famous Players
Sonar Entertainmnent
20th Century Fox Television
Action Media Group


20th Television





First Airdate

September 29, 1990

Last Airdate

May 11, 1991

Dracula: The Series is a syndicated series about Count Dracula, and was broadcast from September 29, 1990 to May 11, 1991.


Count Dracula is using the alias of "Alexander Lucard", and is a wealthy tycoon (the name "A. Lucard" being "Dracula" backwards). He is constantly on guard against attacks from Gustav Van Helsing, as well as Gustav's young nephews - Maximilian and Christopher Townsend. They were also aided by a schoolgirl, Sophie Metternich. Romantic tensions developed between Chris and Sophie.

The series formula was relatively straightforward, with the four heroes learning of some plot by Lucard/Dracula and attempting to foil it, with at least some success. In keeping with the novel, but not most film and television lore, vampires could walk in sunlight but lacked their powers. Anyone bitten just once by a vampire transformed into a zombie-like servant. This process could be stopped by applying holy water to the bite.


Main Cast[]

  • Bernard Behrens as Gustav Helsing
  • Geordie Johnson as Alexander Lucard
  • Mia Kirshner as Sophie Metternich
  • Joe Roncetti as Christopher Townsend
  • Jacob Tierney as Max Townsend

Guest Cast[]

Guest stars for the show were a cross-section of Canadian television and theatre talent, including Geraint Wyn Davies, who played Gustav's son Klaus, who had been turned into a vampire. He went on to play the vampire Nick Knight in the series Forever Knight. Other notables included Stratford and Shaw festival veteran Jonathan Welsh, well known television and film actors Kim Coates (from Prison Break) and Barry Morse (from The Fugitive and Space: 1999), Chas Lawther, Kirsten Kieferle (from Degrassi: The Next Generation), and Marina Anderson-Carradine, best known for managing (and then marrying) actor David Carradine.


The series was filmed in Luxembourg, and produced by Phil Bedard and Larry Lalonde, best known for their work on John Woo's Once a Thief and Kung Fu: The Legend Continues.


Episode Image Title Original Airdate
1 Children of the Night title card.jpg "Children of the Night" September 29, 1990
2 Double Cross title card.jpg "Double Cross" October 6, 1990
3 The Vampire Solution title card.jpg "The Vampire Solution" October 13, 1990
4 The Boffin title card.jpg "The Boffin" October 20, 1990
5 Double Darkness title card.jpg "Double Darkness" October 27, 1990
6 Black Sheep title card.jpg "Black Sheep" November 3, 1990
7 What a Pleasant Surprise! title card.jpg "What a Pleasant Surprise!" November 10, 1990
8 Damsel in Distress title card.jpg "Damsel in Distress" November 17, 1990
9 Mind Over Matter title card.jpg "Mind Over Matter" November 24, 1990
10 A Little Nightmare Music title card.jpg "A Little Nightmare Music" December 1, 1990
11 Get a Job title card.jpg "Get a Job" December 8, 1990
12 The Great Tickler title card.jpg "The Great Tickler" December 15, 1990
13 Bad Blood title card.jpg "Bad Blood" January 19, 1991
14 Sophie, Queen of the Night title card.jpg "Sophie, Queen of the Night" January 26, 1991
15 My Girlfriend's Back and There's Gonna Be Trouble title card.jpg "My Girlfriend's Back and
There's Gonna Be Trouble
February 2, 1991
16 My Fair Vampire title card.jpg "My Fair Vampire" February 9, 1991
17 The Decline of the Romanian Vampire title card.jpg "The Decline of the
Romanian Vampire
February 16, 1991
18 I Love Lucard title card.jpg "I Love Lucard" February 23, 1991
19 Bats in the Attic title card.jpg "Bats in the Attic" April 27, 1991
20 My Dinner with Lucard title card.jpg "My Dinner with Lucard" May 4, 1991
21 Klaus Encounters of the Interred Kind title card.jpg "Klaus Encounters of the
Interred Kind
May 11, 1991

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