Bride of Dracula is a vampire character deleted from A Bite of MyJobs. In the original film, she would have been the one to visit the CWEE Office. She originated in Bram Stoker's novel Dracula as three characters.
- Film Credits: A Bite of MyJobs (cut from film)
- Character Role: Protagonist
- Actor: n/a
- Character Sex: Female
Bride of Dracula has very pale skin, with a small mouth, big eyes, and no nose on her face. Yellow-blonde hair runs down her back. She dresses in a maroon dress that runs down past her feet, revealing only her hands. In her bat form, she has a small body and small head, with extra-large ears for hearing silent prey in the night.
According to the rough draft of the script for A Bite of MyJobs, she is ambitious and eager to see the world. She has been taking classes in culinary arts at College of the Canyons to experience something new, to which Dracula objects. She is very cooperative with the Career Advisor, but gets agitated when Dracula tries to interfere with her internship.
Before Mustache Maniacs Film Co.Edit
Bride of Dracula originated in Bram Stoker's novel Dracula as the three brides of Dracula, sometimes called the three sisters. They are seductive in nature and are undead, just like Dracula. They try to drain the blood of Harker, but prove unsuccessful. At the end of the novel, Van Helsing decapitates the three sisters.
The three brides have appeared in movie adaptions of the novel, comic books, and novels written after Dracula. They have also appeared in the TV show Buffy the Vampire Slayer and in the 2004 film Van Helsing, where they were all given names (they were unnamed in Dracula).
- Unlike in most depictions of Dracula's brides, this depiction in A Bite of MyJobs would have reduced the three sisters into one character and made her the protagonist of the film.
- In unused asset files for the film, this character has been called "Dracula's Wife" and "Blondie."
- This character was cut from the film when the script was re-written to simplify the story to cohere to the tight schedule.