Leslie Nielsen was 68 when the film was shot; this makes him tied with Bela Lugosi as the oldest actors to play Dracula in a main role in movies. Lugosi was actually much younger (in his late forties) when he first played the Count, but he interpreted Dracula several times in his career, including, like Nielsen, in his late sixties.
I can't, Mina, I'm British.
Mina Murray: But so are these!
During the dance scene with the big mirror, we see Dracula spinning Mina around. The camera then pans slowly towards the mirror, and we see Mina spinning around midair. She spins at the same speed as in the part of the shot that includes Dracula. However, we can see in the background the white-gloved hands of the conductor, moving up and down at a very slow rate. This suggests that the midair-Mina was actually spinning a lot faster and the scene was slowed down.
After the end credits have rolled, you can hear Dracula get the very last "last" word in -- "Chervania!".
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