Corrected entry: In the train station, Sandra comes up the counter where McDougal is waiting. They are strangers and are not introduced. However, after their brief dialogue when Sandra turns to leave she addresses him by name: "Very interesting, Mr. McDougal."
Chick Young: You still want your exhibits?
McDougal: Of course I do.
Wilbur Grey: Here comes one of 'em now.
Question: As the monster is breaking free from the crate, Wilbur snaps out of the hypnosis that Dracula placed on him. When Wilbur sees Dracula and the monster ready to leave, he immediately pretends to still be hypnotized and unable to move. Since he only pretended to still be hypnotized so as to not alert Dracula and the monster, as soon as Chick, McDougal and the insurance agent showed up why didn't he immediately run to them screaming for help? Why was he acting like he was still hypnotized?
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