won the favorite edit of the month of February with his fanedit Dracula: Restored
Congratulations, Billy Batson
and thanks to all the faneditors who made an edit last month and to all the people who voted for this contest.
This is a cut of 1931's classic Universal 'Dracula' movie, restoring the film to the continuity of the shooting script.
"This edit restores the continuity established in the original shooting script (and used in the simultaneously shot Spanish-language version of Dracula) eliminating most of the continuity errors and quickening the film's pace in the third act.
Two versions are available, one using film elements taken solely from Tod Browning's English-Language release (the "purist" edition), and a second incorporating additional cut scenes and alternate footage taken from the Spanish-language version of the film directed by George Melford and shot on Browning's sets at night."
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