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The vampire count leaves his Transylvanian home to wreak havoc across the world.
The novel "Dracula" expands on two significant scenes in the film's beginning. In the novel, during the Eve of St. George blue flames appear over buried cursed treasure, and on the way to the castle Dracula stops the carriage several times to mark ... ...
Wilhelmina 'Mina' Westenra:
You'll write often?
Jonathan Harker: Every day, Mina, I promise.
Wilhelmina 'Mina' Westenra: And I promise to study my shorthand so that I shall be able to do your letters when we're married.
Lucy Westenra: Jonathan! Jonathan! Time for you to go.
Jonathan Harker: Yes, of course.
Jonathan Harker's shaving mirror, while it is hanging on the wall, is clearly made up of one large central panel and four beveled panels at the edges. However, when Dracula takes it and waves his hand over it, it consists of only one large, flat panel.
The credits are superimposed over the infamous German woodcuts depicting the crimes of the historical Voivode Vlad Dracula.
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