Dracula: Dead and Loving It is a 1995 American-French horror comedy directed by Mel Brooks and starring Leslie Nielsen. It is a parody of the classic 1897 Bram Stoker novel Dracula and the many film adoptions of the same. The film costarred Amy Yasbeck, Peter McNicol, Steven Weber, and Lysette Anthony.
As in the Bram Stoker novel, Count Dracula (Nielsen) arrives in 19th century England and begins to stalk Mina (Yasbeck) and Lucy (Anthony), while Harker (Weber), Van Helsing (Brooks), and their friends try to stop him. The bumbling Dracula has powers of hypnotism and mind control but is often frustrated when his thralls ineptly try to follow his commands.
Dracula works his hypnotic powers
Dracula puts Mina's maid to sleep
Dracula hypnotizes Mina
Mina answers Dracula's summons...
...but walks into a closet instead
Dracula tries to steer Mina towards the door
The entranced Mina trips over a footstool
Dracula's commands get mixed up between maid and Mina
Dracula tries to sent Mina outside and the maid back to bed...
...but they promptly collide and fall to the floor
A frustrated Dracula swoops in to collect Mina and grabs the maid by mistake
The second time's the charm as Dracula escapes with Mina