1980's CBS cartoon series, Drak Pack, showed the adventures of "Drak Jr." (Dracula's nephew), Howler and Frankie (the teenage descendants of The Werewolf and Frankenstein's monster) as they teamed up to fight the forces of evil. In this case, "evil" was O.G.R.E., the Organization for Generally Rotten Endeavours, led by Dr. Dred and his henchmen Toad, Mummy-Man, The Fly, and Vampira.
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Drak Pack - The Monster Squad - Netflix
The Monster Squad is a 1987 American horror comedy film written by Shane Black and Fred Dekker and directed by Dekker (who also wrote and directed Night of the Creeps). Peter Hyams was one of the executive producers. It was released by TriStar Pictures on August 14, 1987. The film features the Universal Monsters (re-imagined by a team of special effects artists, including Stan Winston), led by Count Dracula. They, in turn, combat a group of savvy kids out to keep them from controlling the world. While not being a major success during its theatrical run and receiving mixed reviews from critics, the film has gained a positive reception from audiences and has become a cult classic in the years since its release.
Drak Pack - Cast - Netflix
Andre Gower as Sean Crenshaw Robby Kiger as Patrick Rhodes Brent Chalem as Horace Ryan Lambert as Rudy Halloran Michael Faustino (brother of David) as Eugene Ashley Bank as Phoebe Crenshaw Duncan Regehr as Count Dracula Tom Noonan as Frankenstein's monster Carl Thibault as the Wolf Man Tom Woodruff Jr. as Gill-man Michael MacKay as Mummy Jonathan Gries as Desperate Man / The Wolfman Stephen Macht as Detective Del Crenshaw Mary Ellen Trainor as Emily Crenshaw Jack Gwillim as Abraham Van Helsing Gabriel Dean as Wiley “the Worm” Jason Hervey as E.J. Leonardo Cimino as Scary German Guy Stan Shaw as Detective Rich Sapir Lisa Fuller as Lisa Rhodes David Proval as Pilot Daryl Anderson as Co-Pilot Jake (dog) as Pete
Drak Pack - References - Netflix