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Interlude With A Vampire

Interlude With A Vampire

Alternate Title: Mina And The Count: Interlude With A Vampire

Interlude With A Vampire (Mina And The Count: Interlude With A Vampire) (1995) - What A Cartoon! Show Cartoon Episode Guide Interlude With A Vampire

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  • What A Cartoon! Show Cartoon Episode Guide
  • Cartoon Characters: Mina, The Count, Igor, Dad.
  • Originally Released in 1995.
  • Season: 1
  • Color
  • Running Time: 7 minutes.
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

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Interlude With A Vampire

Posted: January 24, 2003

Great! Joy for all Kindergoths

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This is the best cartoon I have ever seen. Its the a starting ground for child who desire to be Gothic. It's a must for all Kindergoth to watch. It's Better then Bettlejuice. The count is the icon of all gothics in the world. Please watch it and learn for all who enquire the ablity to become Vampire's

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Interlude With A Vampire

Posted: July 25, 2001

Interlude With A Vampire

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There aren't too many episodes of this show that really capture my interest as much as "Interlude with a Vampire." I don't know exactly why, but there is something uniquely appealing about this short cartoon that plays on the heavily overdone concept of "Small, unassuming child meets scary movie-monster." It tickled my funnybone to see little 7-year-old Mina make a fool of Count Dracula, succeeding in some ways that Buffy never could. In short, this little 8-minute cartoon made me laugh more than some full-length comedy movies. Plus, Mina was darn cute. Period."

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