|Directed by||Charles Lamont|
|Written by|| Michael Fessier |
|Based on||original story by Hagar Wilde|
|Produced by||Universal Pictures|
|Starring|| Diana Barrymore |
|Edited by||Paul Landres|
|Music by||Frank Skinner|
|Distributed by||Universal Pictures|
|September 3, 1943|
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Son of Dracula is a 1943 American horror film directed by Robert Siodmak with a screenplay based on an original story by his brother Curt Siodmak. The film stars Lon Chaney, Jr., Louise Allbritton, Robert Paige, Evelyn Ankers, and Frank Craven. The film is set in the United States, where Count Alucard has just taken up residence. Katherine Caldwell (Allbritton), a student of the occult, becomes fascinated by Alucard and eventually marries him. Katherine begins to look and act strangely, leading her former romantic partner Frank Stanley (Paige) to suspect that something has happened to her. He gets help from Dr. Brewster (Craven) and psychologist Laszlo who come to the conclusion that Alucard is a vampire.
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