Count Dracula: You fools! Do you think with your crosses and your wafers you can destroy me? Me! You do not know how many men have come against me. I am the king of my kind! You have accomplished nothing, Van Helsing. Time is on my side. In a century, when you are dust, I shall wake and call Lucy, my queen, from her grave. I have in my time had many brides, Mr. Harker. But I shall set Lucy above them all.
Jonathan Harker: You won't get Lucy.
Count Dracula: She's mine already.
Count Dracula: I have buried many friends, and I too am weary.
Count Dracula: In the past 500 years, Professor, those who have crossed my path have all died, and some not pleasantly.
Count Dracula: You are a wise man, Professor, for someone who has not lived even a single lifetime.
Prof. Abraham Van Helsing: You flatter me, Count.
Count Dracula: But not wise enough to return to Holland at once, now that you have learned what you have learned.
Prof. Abraham Van Helsing: I prefer to remain.
Count Dracula: Listen to them - the children of the night. What sad music they make.
Count Dracula: I am the king of my kind.