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4th Nov '16 6:54:58 PM Temporary14
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*** Besides, their common ancestor lived ''over four hundred years ago.'' Even if every single Valerious didn't have children until they were fifty years old, Anna and Dracula would have less than one percent of their genetic material in common.
20th Mar '16 10:06:13 AM GothicProphet
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16th Aug '15 4:53:14 PM Kennisaurus
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*** In the original novel two of the brides share similar features to the Count while one of them is blonde and described as "the First". The three are also called his sisters rather than brides. The implication being that two of them were his daughters with the one. So for him, even if Anna was his daughter, I doubt he'd care.
3rd Feb '15 9:04:11 AM AntMan
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* Igor turns out to be TheRenfield to Dracula. In the original movies, Renfield and Fritz (the character mistakenly called Igor) were both played by the same actor, Dwight Frye.
17th Aug '14 12:51:47 AM LovePsychothefirst
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*** Minor point but: vampires in this movie aren't sterile, at least with eachother, andd the ImmortalProcreationClause doesn't apply. The plot itself revolves around Dracula and his brides having ''a lot'' of offspring.

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*** Minor point but: vampires in this movie aren't sterile, at least with eachother, andd the ImmortalProcreationClause doesn't apply. The plot itself revolves around Dracula and his brides having ''a lot'' of offspring.
offspring that are born dead.
31st Jan '13 10:56:24 PM HyperZ
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*** Minor point but: vampires in this movie aren't sterile, at least with eachother, andd the ImmortalProcreationClause doesn't apply. The plot itself revolves around Dracula and his brides having ''a lot'' of offspring.
16th Jan '13 5:10:43 AM omegafire17
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** I think quite simply, they misunderstood the vow. They believed that if they all died before Dracula did, they wouldn't ever enter Heaven... but the point is, ''they would regardless'', even if it was only after Dracula died. If they died after Dracula died, same result, just sooner. Thus, [[spoiler:when Anna died after Dracula, we see her and her ancestors entering Heaven at the end]].
8th Nov '12 8:06:56 PM TVRulezAgain
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** The same way you justify it between any two people of a very old village: distance (both genetic and, considering [[ImmortalProcreationClause vampire sterility]], social). On the other hand, you could justify it as [[CompleteMonster Dracula being Dracula]].

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** The same way you justify it between any two people of a very old village: distance (both genetic and, considering [[ImmortalProcreationClause vampire sterility]], social). On the other hand, you could justify it as [[CompleteMonster Dracula being Dracula]].
Dracula.
27th May '12 9:32:53 AM AKITN
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** ...That makes sense. But you do remember that [[spoiler: Werewolf!]]Van Helsing had already killed Dracula by the time [[spoiler: Anna dies]], right?
2nd May '12 10:06:40 AM TheNinth
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