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'''''Nosferatu, eine Symphonie des Grauens''''' ("Nosferatu, a Symphony of Horror" in [[German language|German]]) is a [[German Expressionism|German Expressionist]] film shot in [[1921]] by [[Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau]], and released in [[1922 in film|1922]]. He had wanted to film a version of [[Bram Stoker]]'s ''[[Dracula (novel)|Dracula]]'', but his studio was unable to obtain the rights to the story. Murnau decided instead to film his own version with only slight changes to the story. For instance, "Dracula" became "Nosferatu" and the names of the characters changed, with [[Count Dracula]] changed to [[Count Orlok]]. The role of the [[vampire]] was played by [[Max Schreck]]. Other major actors in the film were [[Gustav von Wangenheim]] (as Thomas Hutter/Jonathan Harker), [[Greta Schröder]] (as Ellen Hutter/Mina M. Harker), and [[Alexander Granach]] (as Knock/R.M. Renfield). '''''Nosferatu, eine Symphonie des Grauens''''' ("Nosferatu, a Symphony of Horror" in [[German language|German]]) is a [[German Expressionism|German Expressionist]] film shot in [[1921]] by [[Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau]], and released in [[1922 in film|1922]]. He had wanted to film a version of [[Bram Stoker]]'s ''[[Dracula (novel)|Dracula]]'', but his studio was unable to obtain the rights to the story. Murnau decided instead to film his own version with only slight changes to the story. For instance, "Dracula" became "Nosferatu" and the names of the characters changed, with [[Count Dracula]] changed to [[Count Orlok]]. The role of the [[vampire]] was played by [[Max Schreck]]. Other major actors in the film were [[Gustav von Wangenheim]] (as Thomas Hutter/Jonathan Harker), [[Greta Schröder]] (as Ellen Hutter/Mina M. Harker), and [[Alexander Granach]] (as Knock/R.M. Renfield).
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Nosferatu, eine Symphonie des Grauens ("Nosferatu, a Symphony of Horror" in German) is a German Expressionist film shot in 1921 by Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau, and released in 1922. He had wanted to film a version of Bram Stoker's Dracula, but his studio was unable to obtain the rights to the story. Murnau decided instead to film his own version with only slight changes to the story. For instance, "Dracula" became "Nosferatu" and the names of the characters changed, with Count Dracula changed to Count Orlok. The role of the vampire was played by Max Schreck. Other major actors in the film were Gustav von Wangenheim (as Thomas Hutter/Jonathan Harker), Greta Schröder (as Ellen Hutter/Mina M. Harker), and Alexander Granach (as Knock/R.M. Renfield).



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