Van Helsing

When Carl makes the discovery that a werewolf is the only thing that can kill Dracula, he and Anna set off in Dracula's castle to find the cure to remove the curse. Van Helsing, after being bitten by Velkan, (Anna's now dead werewolf brother) goes to search for Dracula. Only minutes before midnight, Van Helsing insructs Carl to kill him if he is not cured by the twelfth stroke of midnight. After freeing Frankenstein's monster, Van Helsing manages to find Dracula. On the first stroke of midnight, Van Helsing transforms into a werewolf while Dracula transforms into a winged demon. In a long, climactic fight, Van Helsing gets the upperhand and kills Dracula. Anna, desperate to save Van Helsing, tries to administer the antidote, but Van Helsing accidentally kills her while still a werewolf after he's gotten the cure. He cremates Anna while the Frankenstien Monster escapes on a raft and paddles out to sea. Now, Anna's family that has been tormented for generations is now at peace in heaven.

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Continuity mistake: In the final fighting scene between Dracula and Van Helsing it can be seen that Dracula has all his fingers. However, later in the scene, when he asks Van Helsing for the return of his ring, one of his fingers is missing.

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Answer: Gabriel is the true name of the character described elsewhere as the Left Hand of God, responsible for Dracula's original death. Dracula uses this to try to remind Van Helsing of their history together. The implication is that Van Helsing is actually the archangel Gabriel, credited with (among other things) announcing the pending birth of Christ to Mary his mother, Joseph his father, and Elizabeth mother of John the Baptist.

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