Dracula: Dead and Loving It

They follow Renfield who leads them to Dracula, who is then killed because Renfield opens a window for him to escape and the light kills him. Mena recovers from being bitten and Renfield is free.

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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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Trivia: In the scene where Renfield arrives in the Transylvanian village, the archway which the carriage passes under is the same as in the film 'Young Frankenstein' which was also made by Mel Brooks. The only difference is the ivy covering the archway and the staircase.

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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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