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Stummfilmklassiker nach Motiven des Schauerromans "Dracula" von Bram Stoker: Thomas Hutter ist Sekretär eines Maklers in Wisborg und lebt dort glücklich. Diesmal: Friedrich Wilhelm Murnaus legendärer Vampirfilm aus dem Jahre Nosferatu Figur vor Segeltakelage Nosferatu (Bild Transit Film). Thomas Hutter ist Sekretär eines Maklers in Wisborg. Eines Tages schickt ihn sein Chef auf eine Dienstreise nach Transsilvanien, um mit dem Grafen Orlok über den Kauf eines Hauses zu verhandeln. Seine Frau Ellen ahnt nichts Gutes, denn sie spürt.

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Thomas Hutter ist Sekretär eines Maklers in Wisborg. Eines Tages schickt ihn sein Chef auf eine Dienstreise nach Transsilvanien, um mit dem Grafen Orlok über den Kauf eines Hauses zu verhandeln. Seine Frau Ellen ahnt nichts Gutes, denn sie spürt. Nosferatu – Eine Symphonie des Grauens ist ein deutscher Spielfilm aus dem Jahr von Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau in fünf Akten. Der Stummfilm ist eine. Nosferatu bezeichnet: Nosferatu (Sagengestalt), eine Sagenfigur; davon abgeleitet folgende Filme: Nosferatu – Eine Symphonie des Grauens, Film von. Stummfilmklassiker nach Motiven des Schauerromans "Dracula" von Bram Stoker: Thomas Hutter ist Sekretär eines Maklers in Wisborg und lebt dort glücklich. Mit dem Stummfilm „Nosferatu” geht es zurück zu den Anfängen des Kinos. Im Jahr holte sich Regisseur Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau die damaligen Stars. creabel.eu - Kaufen Sie Nosferatu - Eine Symphonie des Grauens (Steelbook) günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden. creabel.eu - Kaufen Sie Nosferatu - Eine Symphonie des Grauens - inkl. ​seitigem Booklet günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert.

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Hutter's trek is an unusual one, with many locals not wanting to take him near the castle where strange events have been occurring. Once at the castle, Hutter does manage to sell the Count the house, but he also notices and feels unusual occurrences, primarily feeling like there is a dark shadow hanging over him, even in the daytime when the Count is unusually asleep.

Hutter eventually sees the Count's sleeping chamber in a crypt, and based on a book he has recently read, believes the Count is really a vampire or Nosferatu.

While Hutter is trapped in the castle, the Count, hiding in a shipment of coffins, makes his way to Wisbourg, causing death along his way, Written by Huggo.

As I'm sure it is the case for many cinema fans, my respect and admiration towards this production widely excels the enjoyment I had while watching it.

I'm sure everyone is familiar with the story of young estate agent Jonathan Harker traveling to Transylvania where he acquaintances the eccentric count who feeds on blood and controls the ones he has bitten, but THIS is the original version.

Shot by F. Murnau who also made the equally essential titles "Faust" and "Der Januskopf" and made unforgettable by Max Schreck in his performance as the Count.

And, even though this film is over 80 years old, Schreck's image is still as nightmarish as it can be. No visual or make-up effect could ever surpass the simple appearance of Max Schreck!

The fact that this film is still very powerful therefore almost entirely depends on his unworldly character. A definite must see, just make sure you're in the right mood.

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Added to Watchlist. Horror by the Numbers. Horror movies. The film is an unauthorized and unofficial adaptation of Bram Stoker 's novel Dracula.

Various names and other details were changed from the novel, including Count Dracula being renamed Count Orlok to avoid copyright issues.

Even with several details altered, Stoker's heirs sued over the adaptation, and a court ruling ordered all copies of the film to be destroyed.

However, a few prints of Nosferatu survived, and the film came to be regarded as an influential masterpiece of cinema. The film was released in the United States on 3 June , seven years after its original premiere in Germany.

In , Thomas Hutter lives in the fictional German town of Wisborg. Hutter entrusts his wife Ellen to his good friend Harding and Harding's sister Annie before embarking on his journey.

Nearing his destination in the Carpathian Mountains , Hutter stops at an inn for dinner. The locals become frightened by the mere mention of Orlok's name and discourage him from traveling to his castle at night, warning of a werewolf on the prowl.

The next morning, Hutter takes a coach to a high mountain pass, but the coachman declines to take him any further than the bridge as nightfall is approaching.

Another coach appears after Hutter crosses the bridge and its coachman gestures for him to climb aboard. Hutter is welcomed at a castle by Count Orlok.

When Hutter is eating dinner and accidentally cuts his thumb, Orlok tries to suck the blood out, but his repulsed guest pulls his hand away.

Hutter wakes up to a deserted castle the morning after and notices fresh punctures on his neck which, in a letter he sends by courier on horseback to be delivered to his wife, he attributes to mosquitoes.

That night, Orlok signs the documents to purchase the house across from Hutter's own home in Wisborg and notices a photo of Hutter's wife, remarking that she has a "lovely neck.

Reading a book about vampires that he took from the local inn, Hutter starts to suspect that Orlok is a vampire.

He cowers in his room as midnight approaches, with no way to bar the door. The door opens by itself and Orlok enters, and Hutter hides under the bed covers and falls unconscious.

Meanwhile, his wife awakens from her sleep, and in a trance walks towards her balcony and onto the railing. Alarmed, Harding shouts Ellen's name and she faints while he asks for a doctor.

After the doctor arrives, she shouts Hutter's name, apparently able to see Orlok in his castle threatening her unconscious husband.

The next day, Hutter explores the castle. In its crypt , he finds the coffin in which Orlok is resting dormant. Hutter becomes horrified and dashes back to his room.

Hours later from the window, he sees Orlok piling up coffins on a coach and climbing into the last one before the coach departs. Hutter escapes the castle through the window, but is knocked unconscious by the fall and awakens in a hospital.

After recovering, Hutter hurries home. Meanwhile, the coffins are shipped down river on a raft. They are transferred to a schooner , but not before one is opened by the crew, revealing a multitude of rats.

Sailors on the ship fall ill, and soon all but the captain and first mate are dead. The first mate goes below to destroy the coffins, but Orlok awakens and the horrified sailor jumps into the sea.

When the ship arrives in Wisborg, Orlok leaves unobserved, carrying one of his coffins, and moves into the house he purchased. The next morning, when the ship is inspected, the captain is found dead.

The doctors conclude that the plague is to blame. The town is stricken with panic, and people are warned to stay indoors. There are many deaths in the town, which are blamed on the plague.

Ellen reads the book Hutter found, which claims that a vampire can be defeated if a pure-hearted woman distracts the vampire with her beauty.

She opens her window to invite Orlok in, but faints. Hutter revives her, and she sends him to fetch Professor Bulwer, a physician.

After he leaves, Orlok enters and drinks her blood as the sun begins to rise. Knock, who has been committed after having murdered the warden of a psychiatric ward, senses the threat to Orlok, but cannot escape his cell to warn him.

A rooster crows, and the sunlight causes Orlok to vanish in a puff of smoke. Ellen lives just long enough to be embraced by her grief-stricken husband.

Count Orlok's ruined castle in the Carpathian Mountains is then shown. Nosferatu has been noted for its themes regarding fear of the Other , as well as for possible anti-Semitic undertones, both of which may have been partially derived from the Bram Stoker novel Dracula , upon which the film was based.

When the foreign Orlok arrives in Wisborg by ship, he brings with him a swarm of rats which, in a deviation from the source novel, spread the plague throughout the town.

Murnau "was friendly with and protective of a number of Jewish men and women" throughout his life, including Jewish actor Alexander Granach , who plays Knock in Nosferatu.

The studio behind Nosferatu , Prana Film, was a short-lived silent -era German film studio founded in by Enrico Dieckmann and occultist-artist Albin Grau , named for the Hindu concept of prana.

Although the studio's intent was to produce occult - and supernatural -themed films, Nosferatu was its only production, [11] as it declared bankruptcy in order to evade copyright infringement suits from Bram Stoker 's widow Florence Balcombe.

Grau had had the idea to shoot a vampire film, the inspiration of which had risen from a war experience: in the winter of , a Serbian farmer told him that his father was a vampire and one of the undead.

Diekmann and Grau gave Henrik Galeen , a disciple of Hanns Heinz Ewers , the task to write a screenplay inspired by the Dracula novel, although Prana Film had not obtained the film rights.

Galeen set the story in the fictional north German harbour town of Wisborg. He changed the characters' names and added the idea of the vampire bringing the plague to Wisborg via rats on the ship, and left out the Van Helsing vampire hunter character.

Galeen's Expressionist style [13] screenplay was poetically rhythmic, without being so dismembered as other books influenced by literary Expressionism , such as those by Carl Mayer.

Lotte Eisner described Galeen's screenplay as " voll Poesie, voll Rhythmus " "full of poetry, full of rhythm". Filming began in July , with exterior shots in Wismar.

A take from Marienkirche's tower over Wismar marketplace with the Wasserkunst Wismar served as the establishing shot for the Wisborg scene. Other locations were the Wassertor, the Heiligen-Geist-Kirche yard and the harbour.

In Lübeck , the abandoned Salzspeicher served as Nosferatu's new Wisborg house, the one of the churchyard of the Aegidienkirche served as Hutter's, and down the Depenau a procession of coffin bearers bore coffins of supposed plague victims.

Further exterior shots followed in Lauenburg , Rostock and on Sylt. For cost reasons, cameraman Fritz Arno Wagner only had one camera available, and therefore there was only one original negative.

This concerned the last scene of the film, in which Ellen sacrifices herself and the vampire dies in the first rays of the Sun.

The original score was composed by Hans Erdmann to be performed by an orchestra during screenings. It is also said that the original music was recorded during a screening of the film.

For example, James Bernard , composer of the soundtracks of many Hammer horror films in the late s and s, wrote a score for a reissue.

The story of Nosferatu is similar to that of Dracula and retains the core characters: Jonathan and Mina Harker, the Count, and so on.

It omits many of the secondary players, however, such as Arthur and Quincey , and changes the names of those who remain. Some recent re-releases of the film alter the sub-titles to use the Dracula versions of the names.

In contrast to Count Dracula, Orlok does not create other vampires, but kills his victims, causing the townsfolk to blame the plague which ravages the city.

Orlok also must sleep by day, as sunlight would kill him, while the original Dracula is only weakened by sunlight. The ending is also substantially different from the Dracula novel; the count is ultimately destroyed at sunrise when the Mina analogue sacrifices herself to him.

The town called "Wisborg" in the film is in fact a mix of Wismar and Lübeck ; in other versions of the film, the name of the city is changed, for unknown reasons, back to "Bremen".

Shortly before the premiere, an advertisement campaign was placed in issue 21 of the magazine Bühne und Film , with a summary, scene and work photographs, production reports, and essays, including a treatment on vampirism by Albin Grau.

This was planned as a large society evening entitled Das Fest des Nosferatu Festival of Nosferatu , and guests were asked to arrive dressed in Biedermeier costume.

The cinema premiere itself took place on 15 March at Berlin's Primus-Palast. In the s sound version Die zwölfte Stunde — Eine Nacht des Grauens The Twelfth Hour: A Night of Horror , which is less commonly known, was a completely unauthorized and re-edited version of the film that was released in Vienna capital of Austria , on 16 May with sound-on-disc accompaniment and a recomposition of Hans Erdmann 's original score by Georg Fiebiger born 22 June in Breslau, died in , a German production manager and composer of film music.

It had an alternate ending lighter than the original and the characters were renamed again; Count Orlok's name was changed to Prince Wolkoff, Knock became Karsten, Hutter and Ellen became Kundberg and Margitta, and Lucy was changed to Maria.

This version, of which Murnau was unaware, contained many scenes filmed by Murnau but not previously released. The name of director F.

Murnau is no longer mentioned in the preamble. In the restoration of the film, Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau Stiftung claimed possession of several copies of this version.

The film was originally banned completely in Sweden; however, the ban was lifted after twenty years and the film has since been seen on television.

Nosferatu brought Murnau into the public eye, especially when his film Der brennende Acker The Burning Soil was released a few days later.

The press reported extensively on Nosferatu and its premiere. With the laudatory votes, there was also occasional criticism that the technical perfection and clarity of the images did not fit the horror theme.

The Filmkurier of 6 March said that the vampire appeared too corporeal and brightly lit to appear genuinely scary. Hans Wollenberg described the film in photo-Stage No.

This was the only Prana Film; the company declared bankruptcy after Stoker's estate, acting for his widow, Florence Stoker , sued for copyright infringement and won.

The court ordered all existing prints of Nosferatu burned, but one purported print of the film had already been distributed around the world.

This print was duplicated over the years, kept alive by a cult following , making it an example of an early cult film. The film has received overwhelmingly positive reviews.

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The etymological origins of the word nosferatu are difficult to determine. There is no doubt that it achieved currency through Bram Stoker 's novel Dracula and its unauthorised cinematic adaptation, Nosferatu Stoker identified his source for the term as 19th-century British author and speaker Emily Gerard.

She merely refers to it as the Romanian word for vampire : [3]. More decidedly evil, however, is the vampire, or nosferatu , in which every Romanian peasant believes as firmly as he does in heaven or hell.

There are two sorts of vampires-—living and dead. The living vampire is in general the illegitimate offspring of two illegitimate persons, but even a flawless pedigree will not ensure anyone against the intrusion of a vampire into his family vault, since every person killed by a nosferatu becomes likewise a vampire after death, and will continue to suck the blood of other innocent people till the spirit has been exorcised, either by opening the grave of the person suspected and driving a stake through the corpse, or firing a pistol shot into the coffin.

In very obstinate cases it is further recommended to cut off the head and replace it in the coffin with the mouth filled with garlic, or to extract the heart and burn it, strewing the ashes over the grave.

However, the word had already appeared in an German-language article by Wilhelm Schmidt. Schmidt's article also mentions the legendary Scholomance by name, which parallels Gerard's "Transylvanian Superstitions".

Schmidt's description is unambiguous in identifying nosferatu as a " Vampyr ". At this point, I come to the vampire — nosferatu.

It is this, the illegitimate offspring of two illegitimately begotten people or the unfortunate spirit of one killed by a vampire, who can appear in the form of dog, cat, toad, frog, louse, flea, bug, in any form, in short, and plays his evil tricks on newly engaged couples as incubus or succubus — zburatorul — by name, just like the Old Slavonic or Bohemian Blkodlak , Vukodlak or Polish Mora and Russian Kikimora.

That which was believed about this and used as a defense [5] more than years ago is still true today, and there can hardly dare to be a village which would not be in a position to present a personal experience or at least hearsay with firm conviction of the veracity.

Schmidt expanded on his article in an monograph, adding the observation that the vampire was the "uncanniest spawn of national-slavic fantasy" and that his description was the Romanian perception.

However, nosferatu in that form does not appear to be a standard word in any known historical phase of Romanian aside from that introduced by the novel and the films.

Certain details of Haining's citation also conflict with David J. Skal , [8] so this citation seems unreliable. Skal identifies a similar reference to the word "nosferat" in an article by Wlislocki dating from There is also evidence to suggest that Haining derived his citation for Roumanian Superstitions from a confused reading of an extract in Ernest Jones 's book, On the Nightmare Wlislocki's later description of "der Nosferat" is more extensive than either Schmidt's or Gerard's.

Wlislocki's nosferat is said to drink the blood of older people, while seeking to have sexual intercourse with young people and especially newlyweds, often being blamed for illegitimate children who become moroi , impotence, and infertility.

Murnau 's film Nosferatu strongly emphasizes this theme of disease, and Murnau's creative direction in the film may have been influenced by this etymology or vice versa.

Schmidt, Gerard, and Wlislocki, all three sometime residents of Transylvania, identified the word as Romanian, and even proponents of the "nosophoros" etymology as well as most other commentators seem to have little doubt that this is correct; Wlislocki particularly was regarded as an expert in Transylvanian languages and folklore and was a prolific author on the subjects.

Curiously, in Wlislocki's article, he presents a parenthetical analysis of the related Romanian term solomonar but has nothing to say regarding the origin and connections of the term nosferat , despite having normalized the spelling of both relative to Schmidt's earlier account.

If this Romanian identification is taken to be correct, the first objection to the "nosophoros" etymology is that Romanian is a Romance language.

While Romanian does have some words borrowed from Greek , as do most European languages, Greek is generally considered to be only a minor contributor to the Romanian vocabulary—absent any other information, any given Romanian word is much more likely to be of Latin origin than Greek.

Second, the word appears to be quite rare in Greek. In any event, supporting evidence for a relationship between this rare and obscure Greek term and nosferatu appears weak.

This form is often indicated to be Slavonic or Slavic. Another common etymology suggests that the word meant "not breathing", which appears to be attempting to read a derivative of the Latin verb spirare "to breathe" as a second morpheme in nosferatu.

Skal notes that this is "without basis in lexicography ", viewing all these etymologies including the widely repeated nosophoros etymology with skepticism.

A final possibility is that the form given by Gerard and the German folklorists is a well-known Romanian term without the benefit of normalized spelling, or possibly a misinterpretation of the sounds of the word due to Gerard's limited familiarity with the language, or possibly a dialectical variant of the word.

The standardization of Romanian was rather incomplete in the 19th century, as can be seen in Dictionariulu Limbei Romane of , which in a highly Latinized orthography defines incubu "incubus" as " unu spiritu necuratu " compared to the modern standard " un spirit necurat ".

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The Nineteenth Century : — Dracula: The Connoisseur's Guide. Random House. Accessed 28 March Es ist dies die uneheliche Frucht zweier unehelich Gezeugter oder der unselige Geist eines durch Vampyre Getödteten, der als Hund, Katze, Kröte, Frosch, Laus, Floh, Wanze, kurz in jeder Gestalt erscheinen kann und wie der altslavische und böhmische Blkodlak, Vukodlak oder polnischen Mora und russische Kikimora als Incubus oder Succubus — zburatorul — namentlich bei Neuverlobten sein böses Wesen treibt.

Was hierüber vor mehr als hundert Jahren geglaubt und zur Abwehr geübt wurde, ist noch heute wahr, und es dürfte kaum ein Dorf geben, welches nich im Stande ware Selbsterlebtes oder doch Gehörtes mit der festen Ueberzeugung der Wahrheit vorzubringen.

Volksmythus in German. Hermannstadt, Austria-Hungary: A. And so the circle goes on ever widening, like as the ripples from a stone thrown in the water.

Friend Arthur, if you had met that kiss which you know of before poor Lucy die, or again, last night when you open your arms to her, you would in time, when you had died, have become nosferatu, as they call it in Eastern Europe, and would for all time make more of those Un-Deads that so have filled us with horror.

Hutter leaves his innocent wife, Ellen, with some friends while he is away. Hutter's trek is an unusual one, with many locals not wanting to take him near the castle where strange events have been occurring.

Once at the castle, Hutter does manage to sell the Count the house, but he also notices and feels unusual occurrences, primarily feeling like there is a dark shadow hanging over him, even in the daytime when the Count is unusually asleep.

Hutter eventually sees the Count's sleeping chamber in a crypt, and based on a book he has recently read, believes the Count is really a vampire or Nosferatu.

While Hutter is trapped in the castle, the Count, hiding in a shipment of coffins, makes his way to Wisbourg, causing death along his way, Written by Huggo.

As I'm sure it is the case for many cinema fans, my respect and admiration towards this production widely excels the enjoyment I had while watching it.

I'm sure everyone is familiar with the story of young estate agent Jonathan Harker traveling to Transylvania where he acquaintances the eccentric count who feeds on blood and controls the ones he has bitten, but THIS is the original version.

Shot by F. Murnau who also made the equally essential titles "Faust" and "Der Januskopf" and made unforgettable by Max Schreck in his performance as the Count.

And, even though this film is over 80 years old, Schreck's image is still as nightmarish as it can be. No visual or make-up effect could ever surpass the simple appearance of Max Schreck!

The fact that this film is still very powerful therefore almost entirely depends on his unworldly character. A definite must see, just make sure you're in the right mood.

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