Armacao Ilimitada – Drácula não morreu (1985). Paulo Villaça.
As the World Turns (2005). Brian Gaskill as B.J. Green as Dracula.
Dengeki Sentai Chenjiman: ‘Ojōsan wa Kyūketsuki’ (Strike Force Changeman: The Young Lady is a Vampire (1988) Eiji Maruyama as Dokyrura
Buffy the Vampire Slayer: ‘Buffy vs Dracula’ (2000). Rudolf Martin.
Burke’s Law: ‘Who Killed Purity Mather?’ (1963). Wally Cox as Count Carlo Szipesti.
Chōdenshi Baioman: ‘Purinsu no Yūrei?/’Osorubeki Chichi no Himitsu’ (Super Electron Bioman: ‘Prince’s Ghost’/’My Father’s Dreadful Secret’) (1984). Kazuo Niibori.
Here’s a handy guide to Dracula’s presence in the extended Japanese superhero/robot franchise best known in the west as the Power Rangers.
Doctor Who: ‘The Chase’ (1965). Malcolm Rogers.
The Evil Touch: ‘The Fans’ (1974). Vic Morrow as Purvis Greene
Fantasy Island: ‘The Lady and the Longhorn/Vampire’ (1978). Robert Reed as Leo Drake.
Get Smart: ‘Weekend Vampire’ (1965). Martin Kosleck as Dr Drago.
Gilligan’s Island: ‘Up at Bat’ (1966). Bob Denver as Gilligan as Dracula.
Hardy Boys Nancy Drew Mysteries: ‘The Hardy Boys and Nancy Drew Meet Dracula’ (1979). Lorne Greene as Inspector Stavlin.
Houdini & Doyle: ‘Strigoi’ (2016) Paul Ritter as Bram Stoker.
McCloud: ‘McCloud Meets Dracula’ (1977). John Carradine as Loren Belasco.
Murder, She Wrote: ‘We’re Off to Kill the Wizard’ (1984). NB: it’s an oddity that this animatronic Dracula (who looks like guest star James Coco) is voiced by a Vincent Price impersonation rather than a Bela Lugosi takeoff – perhaps the Universal/Lugosi Jr lawsuit was ongoing at the time. Episode also features young Joaquin (then Leaf) Phoenix and his sister Summer.
Night Gallery: ‘A Matter of Semantics’ (1971). Cesar Romero.
Spongebob Squarepants: ‘Graveyard Shift’ (2002), ‘The Night Patty’ (2018). Max Schreck as Nosferatu.
Superboy: ‘Young Dracula’ (1989). Lloyd Bochner.