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In July of 1878 the New York Times wrote an article titled “What a West Virginia Farmer Saw.” The article talked about a telegram that had come from a small town in Parkersburg, West Virginia …

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Bram Stoker’s Dracula – Full Movie from Crackle/YouTube

Submitted by on November 9, 2009 – 4:34 PM2 Comments | 15,603 views


Tonight is your last chance to watch “Bram Stoker’s Dracula” on YouTube, and your only chance to watch it with other vampire lovers from around the United States.Just in case any loved Francis Ford Coppola’s Bram Stoker’s Dracula as much as I did, Crackle & YouTube are featuring the full movie today.


Tonight is your last chance to watch “Bram Stoker’s Dracula” on YouTube, and your only chance to watch it with other vampire lovers from around the United States.

From Crackle:

As YouTube has just announced, tonight at 6PM PST YouTube and Crackle will host a viewing party to celebrate the most definitive portrayal of Bram Stoker’s blood sucker with a special showing of Bram Stoker’ Dracula in the YouTube Screening Room where you can comment in real time using your twitter account. To have your updates publish through to the real-time Twitter stream that will be on the page, use the hashtag “#screeningroom“; you will also be able to sign into Twitter on the page to participate. Until then catch this modern Canadian vampire with a badge and a rep.

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  • Douglas Urbanski

    Your comment about Gary being drunk is a damned lie–and indeed very hurtful to him. These stories about him on the set of Dracula have been around and even been published for ages. Mr. Oldman was hurt when they first appeared, and he is repeatedly hurt when others repeat them. For a while he (we) attempted to find the actual original source for the stories, but we were unsuccessful. We have our ideas of where they started but were unable to prove it. Mr. Oldman has never ever been on a film set known as anything other than an extremely dedicated and prepared professional through out his entire career. Even Frances, when asked about this over the years has verified that Gary was not drunk.

    As to the specific scene you refer to, I personally was there that day–everyone was sober and working hard.

    It is my most sincere hope that you will remove the offensive rumor as soon as you can. It would be, truly, much appreciated.

    If you want to know who I am, feel free to google or wiki me!

    all the best,

    Douglas Urbanski

  • Douglas Urbanski,

    That piece of “trivia” information was on Youtube. Posted by Crackle.com
    not me.

    Since it is a rumor, I’d be happy to remove it.

    I’m a big fan of Mr. Oldman, so it struck me as odd to read that as well.