Continuity mistake: When Jonathan is comforting Mina on the train, after Mina says, "Oh, what have I done to you", her head, resting against the couch, keeps moving up/down between different camera angles. (01:45:45)


Continuity mistake: After Dracula bursts into the room, interrupting the vampire orgy, the amount and position of the blood on Jonathan's face keeps changing between shots. (00:34:15)


Continuity mistake: When Vlad is kneeling next to Elisabeta's body, as he picks up her suicide letter, a part of the priest's shadow can be seen above her head, without the priest standing there. The shadow can also be glimpsed in a shot from the same angle a few seconds earlier. (00:03:20)


Continuity mistake: In the shot where Mina sits down on Lucy's bed to share the happy news, Lucy's upper body is propped up against a pillow and the top of her head is positioned above it. In the following shot from behind her head, her upper body is resting on the mattress and only her head is positioned against the pillows. When the scene cuts to a close-up of her face, her entire head is positioned below the top of the pillow. (01:11:10)


Continuity mistake: When Mina begins drinking blood from Dracula's chest, as he stops her, her face and teeth are clean. Two shots later, before she continues drinking, there's blood on her chin and her teeth. (01:40:40)


Other mistake: When Jonathan and Mina get married, he gives her wine to drink, which she somehow manages to do without removing the veil from her face. (01:20:25)

Dracula: You will forgive me if I do not join you, but, I have already dined, and I never drink wine.

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Trivia: When Mina meets Dracula on the street, after she first rebuffs him, she walks past a sandwich board advertising a play with Henry Irving at the Lyceum Theatre. For many years, Bram Stoker worked as the business manager of the Lyceum Theatre, which was run by Irving. The famous stage actor is widely believed to be one of Stoker's inspirations for Count Dracula. (00:46:30)


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Answer: For protection from the inmates.


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