Dracula: Dead and Loving It

Dracula: Dead and Loving It (1995)

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In Transylvania, 1893. The count is visited by a traveling salesman called Thomas Renfield, who is visited by vampiresses in the night. Dracula walks in on the scene, and decides that Renfield will be his new slave. They Then sail for England and along the way Count Dracula kills all of the crew. The Count then goes to the opera to meet Dr. Seward who has property adjoining Dracula's. He is attracted his daughter Lucy. The Count flies into Lucy's room in the form of a bat, and then regains his form after Dr. Seward and Jonathan, the fianc

James McManus

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Quotes

[Renfield is being seduced by Dracula's brides.]
Renfield: This is wrong. Do you hear me? Wrong. This is...WRONG ME! WRONG ME! WRONG MY BRAINS OUT!

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Mistakes

When Dracula goes to grab the cell bars on the window to free Reinfeld, the bars are obviously not metal as they shake and have a slight bend to them.

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Trivia

For the scene in which Jonathan drives a stake into Lucy's heart, Steven Weber's reactions to getting doused in blood are real. For this particular sequence, Mel Brooks did not tell him what was going to happen.

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