Dracula: Dead and Loving It

Dracula: Dead and Loving It (1995)

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Corrected entry: At the end of the movie as Dracula is about to bite Mina, Prof. Van Helsing rips a hole in the nearby window, letting light through, before pulling a nearby chain to open the blinds on the window. Then it shifts to Dracula, and when it comes back to Van Helsing, the blinds are shut. When Dracula turns into a bat and flies to the rafter, the blinds are open again.

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Correction: Actually Prof. Van Helsing is standing in front of a boarded up window. The blinds are on a window higher up. You can see this by the angle of the burn lines on Dracula, and you see Dracula looking upward toward the blinds.

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.

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Question: The credits and IMDb claim that clips from the movies The Premature Burial (1962) and Mutiny on the Bounty (1962) are used in the film. Where are these clips?

Answer: A clip from Mutiny on the Bounty is used in the ship scene. I believe it's on deck before Renfield and Dracula are seen. The premature burial is the scene when Lucy's coffin is being carried on the moors.

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