I think Coppola’s 1992 version is the closest aside from the Mina/Dracula love story and old Drac having a baboon’s butt on his head. It has none of the most common changes, like Jonathan dying or Dracula not de-aging from and older to a younger man. So stick with that one. All the other ones are bad, except for 1970’s Count Dracula and Dracula (1931). Now, BBC’s Count Dracula is very close to the book, but not the CLOSEST. Mina and Lucy are sisters, Arthur and Quincey are blended into one character called Quincey Holmwood, and Van Helsing kills Dracula, not Quincey and Jonathan. I’m also pretty sure Quincey doesn’t die like in the book, if I can remember right. He doesn’t, right? I saw Quincey by the tree sitting and I’m sure I saw his head moving a bit. Also Dracula in the bbc version seems to be bored with eternal life and blood sucking. The character is supposed to be more prone to emotion such as anger or sadness.