I found this Waddingtons' Dracula Game on eBay some years ago. I was mesmerized by the box illustration; a little Spanish influence, don't you think? The colorful game pieces are also neato, especially the green vampire bat mask.
Here's the Milton Bradley game based on theMonster Squad Saturday morning series, airing 1976 to 1977, for fans who yearned, like I did, for one of those utility belts they wore. (Click each picture to open in browser, then click again to enlarge. Use your browser's back button to return.)
Don't you wish you could just get up and go like Dracula? How does he do it? I love the little hankie tucked into his coat pocket. Does he really need to blow his nose? Maybe all that dirt's moldy and he has an allergy. The Frankenstein Monster's my favorite iconic image, of Glenn Strange strapped to an operating table; although he appears a lot more animated here than he usually does in the movies.
This is a nifty arcade game I recently saw at Toys "r" Us. Johnny the Skull spins around flashing spooks on the walls so you can shoot them. The design is whacky, the box art spooktacular. Looks like a good one for Halloween parties, too.