Dracula

  • von Bram Stoker
  • Sprecher: Jerry Sciarrio, Kris Faulkner, Kevin Foley, Alex Mickshal, Andrea Bates, Cameron Beierle, Gene Engene
  • 18 Std. 11 Min.
  • ungekürztes Hörbuch

Beschreibung

Dracula begins with the journal of Jonathan Harker, a young solicitor on the way to Transylvania to give information to the mysterious Count Dracula about his new estate in London. Dracula takes the young man prisoner, and Jonathan sees many strange and evil things in the castle before escaping and fleeing into the night. He later decides that he must have been mad.
Meanwhile, back in England, Jonathan's fiancée, Mina, is visiting her friend Lucy. Lucy has just decided to marry the Honorable Arthur Holmwood, having had to choose between him and his two friends, Dr. John Seward and Quincey Morris, the Texan.
Dracula, who is moving to London to feast on more humans, happens to land in the part of England where Mina and Lucy are staying. His first victim is Lucy. Dr. Seward, who, by coincidence, runs the insane asylum next door to Dracula's primary London home, tries to treat Lucy's "illness". He calls in from Amsterdam his friend and mentor Professor Abraham Van Helsing. Van Helsing figures out what is wrong with Lucy, but cannot save her. By this time, Jonathan has made it home to England and is happily married to Mina. Van Helsing brings together Mina, Jonathan, Arthur, Quincey, Seward and himself and convinces everyone of the reality of vampires and the danger of this particular one, who was in his human life a great warrior and thinker. They have already destroyed the undead Lucy, and they likewise set out to destroy Dracula.
Jerry Sciarrio as Jonathan Harker
Kris Faulkner as Mina Harker
Kevin Foley as John Seward
Rebecca Cook as Lucy Westenra
Reed McColm as Quincy Morris and Renfield
Alex Mickshal as Arthur Holmwood
Andrea Bates as Mrs. Westenra
Cameron Beierle as Count Dracula
Gene Engene as Dr. Van Helsing

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  • Erscheinungsdatum: 27.10.2008
  • Verlag: Books in Motion