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Films from the past in a romantic vein

Bela Lugosi (right) as the title count and Frances Dade in 1931's ''Dracula.'' Bela Lugosi (right) as the title count and Frances Dade in 1931's ''Dracula.'' (Universal studios)
By Christopher Wallenberg
Globe Correspondent / November 16, 2008

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When it comes to tragic onscreen love affairs, the passions that erupt between vampires and their human prey are among the most supremely star-crossed. First, there's the small matter of the bloodsucker being one of the undead. Then there's the pressing dilemma of said vampire's insatiable hunger for blood. And if the human does decide to consummate with the creature ... (Full article: 1262 words)

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