Count Dracula (Christopher Lee) Dracula (1958)
Seven-time Dracula Christopher Lee is perhaps the most iconic and recognisable of the screen Draculas, despite the role being originated by Bela Lugosi in the Universal film in the 1930s.
Lee's Dracula is based on the novel, but significant chages include the fact he can't shape-shift, and doesn't appear to get any younger throughout the story.
Hey, wait a minute... aren't you Count Dooku? Factor: 10
Ability to also by Saruman from Lord of the Rings: 10
Fang Rating: 10
Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson) Twilight (2008)
Fun fact: Pattinson got his break in acting when he was spotted in an amatuer production of Tess of the D'Ubervilles.
Let battle commence...
Dracula arrives in the room as mist under the door, trying to intimidate his opponent with his dramatics.
He gives the boy his most menacing stare and begins to walk slowly towards him.
Fixing Edward in his hypnotic gaze, he has him under his spell, free to do with as he commands.
“Stand up”, he asks. “Walk over here.”
Edward does as he’s told.
“Show me your neck.” Says the Count, bloodlust rampant in his gaze. Edward does as he’s told.
The Count presents his teeth, throws his cape dramatically to one side, and goes in for the bite, at which point Edward, faking the whole time, take a whole Garlic out of his pocket, bites a chunk and kisses Dracula square on the lips.
He smiles, chewing on the Garlic, as Dracula’s face melts before him, Raiders of the Lost Ark style, before disappearing into a puddle of sludge.
Edward tosses the rest of the Garlic over his shoulder, rubs his hands, and saunters off to play a little Vampire baseball.
Edward Cullen wins!
Edward Cullen 7 – Vampires 0
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