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These fictional characters are now in the public domain

Espresso Logo By Filipe Dimas of Espresso | Slide 2 of 21: Dracula is one of the most popular characters of all time, appearing in more than 200 films, countless video games, and many cartoon parodies. Originally created in 1897, Dracula entered the public domain in 1962, 50 years after author Bram Stoker’s death, which followed the rules of copyright law in the United Kingdom at the time.

Dracula

Dracula is one of the most popular characters of all time, appearing in more than 200 films, countless video games, and many cartoon parodies. Originally created in 1897, Dracula entered the public domain in 1962, 50 years after author Bram Stoker’s death, which followed the rules of copyright law in the United Kingdom at the time.

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