Horror of Dracula

Corrected entry: In the final scene, when Van Helsing jumps at the curtains to reveal the sunlight which will destroy Dracula, Dracula hurls himself to the ground in agony before Van Helsing gets to the curtains. This could be conceivably because Dracula was anticipating his demise, but it does look a bit awkward.

Correction: I don't think Dracula hurls himself to the ground in agony. I have always assumed that he could see what Van Helsing was about to do and he was trying to avoid being in the direct rays of the sun when the curtains came down.

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