Perhaps Count Alucard and Countess Zeleska were offsprings of Count Dracula. He DID have three wives. When he wasn't biting people, I think he was a "busy" count.
I actually have no idea.
Oh man - I just realised that Zeleska is "Akselez" backward!And you all know what that means!
I've always assumed that it was just a way to cash in on the Dracula name and Chaney's monster-stardom?! I doubt there was much thought behind how or why this guy is considered the son of Dracula......
It means you misspelled Zaleska?
HA! My cocky-ass statement BACKFIRED! Good catch, Count! Of course, among most hairy, unknown hominids, I'm considered a gud spellure!
I agree. As much as I love Universal's horror movies, there is some faulty logic going on there. I mean, why would Frankenstein's monster willingly participate in a brain transplant? It's not going to end well for him!Chris
I thought it was labelled "Abby Normal"?Chris
Am I reading these posts right? Are people really trying to bring too much logic in here? We are talking about a monster movie that was made before they could even do brain surgery.