Dracula (1931)

Dracula (1931) quotes

34 total quotes (ID: 1102)

Count Dracula
Others
Prof. Abraham Van Helsing
Renfield


No, no, Master! I wasn't going to say anything! I told them nothing! I'm loyal to you, Master!


Renfield: I hope I've brought enough labels for your luggage.
Count Dracula: I'm taking with me only three, uh... boxes...
Renfield: Oh, very well...

You know too much to live, Van Helsing!

Master, the sun is gone!

For one who has not lived even a single lifetime, you are a wise man, Van Helsing.

The strength of the vampire is that people will not believe in him.

And after you deliver the message, you will remember nothing, I now say...Obey.

Keep your filthy hands to yourself!

I didn't lead them here, Master! I didn't know, I swear!

You will keep your promise when we get to London, won't you, Master? You will see that I get lives? Not human lives, but small ones. With blood in them. I'll be loyal to you, Master. I'll be loyal.

Renfield: Oh, Dr. Seward! Send me away from this place! Send me far away!
Abraham Van Helsing: Why are you so anxious to get away?
Renfield: My cries at night, they might disturb miss Mina.
Abraham Van Helsing: Yes?
Renfield: They might give her bad dreams, professor Van Helsing. Bad dreams.
[A wolf starts howling. Meanwhile, at Carfax Abbey, Count Dracula leaves his coffin.]
[Back at Dr. Seward's office]
Abraham Van Helsing: That sounded like a wolf.
Dr. Jack Seward: Yes, it did. But I hardly think there are wolves so near London.
Martin: He thinks they're wolves. Me, I've heard them howl at night before. He thinks they're talking to him! He howls and howls back at them. He's crazy!
Abraham Van Helsing: I might have known. I might have known.

A moment ago, I stumbled on a most amazing phenomenon...something so incredible, I mistrust my own judgement.

We know why the wolves talk, do we not, Mr Renfield? And we know how we can make them stop.

I'm warning you doctor Seward! If you don't send me away you must answer for what will happen to miss Mina.

A vampire's power last from sunset to sunrise. During the hours of the day it must rest in the earth in which it was buried.