Dracula: Dead and Loving It

Continuity mistake: When Dracula calls to Renfield for help in the ship's cargo hold, Renfield opens the doors and the right side of his hair is completely wet. But when Renfield runs down to the coffin and grabs it, his hair is totally dry.

Continuity mistake: In the scene where Renfield is locked up in the sanitarium cell, the camera first zooms in to the horizontal bars on his window. Some shots later, the camera shows the guard looking under the doorflap, and since the door is opposite the window, the shadow of the bars fall on it. The bars have suddenly changed to a criss-cross pattern.

Continuity mistake: After Dracula abducts Mina, they dance in Carfax. Mina is wearing shoes with 2" heels, but she was barefoot when she got out of bed.

Continuity mistake: After Dracula introduces himself to Renfield, he goes up the stairs. For a moment you can see his shadow on Renfield, yet after they go up the stairs, the shadow gets up whining.

Continuity mistake: At the end of Dracula's dance with Mina in the ball, as he is about to shatter the mirror which has given himself away, he throws a table at it. Mina is shocked, but as the camera shot changes to one of the mirror and the table approaching it, we can see that Mina is looking perfectly calm.

Continuity mistake: When Renfield enters Lucy's room he pulls off all the garlic on the far bar above her bed. He looks under the sheet, and as Lucy wakes up screaming and he stands up, the garlic on the far bar has reappeared.

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Revealing mistake: 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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Dr. Seward: Your master is gone forever, Mr. Renfield. You are your own man now.
Renfield: I am?
Dr. Seward: Yes. No one will ever control you again.
Renfield: You're right.
Dr. Seward: Good. Come, Renfield.
Renfield: Yes, Master.

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Answer: As there is no reference anywhere on the Internet as to this word's definition, it would appear to be a made-up expression for the movie.

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