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Interlude With A Vampire

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



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As a little girl named Mina goes off to sleep, a vampire simply known as the Count awakens and flies off into the night. After arriving at Mina's house, the Count...  (more)

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

World Premiere Toons debuts in early 1995. The Cartoon Network/Hanna-Barbera venture combines classic 1940s production methods with the originality, enthusiasm and comedy of...  (more)

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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...  (read more)
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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...  (read more)
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