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19th Jun '15 6:08:11 PM VanSisean
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** It was implied that Orlok locked him in the room to prevent his interference at some point after he discovered Orlok's resting place, and he was not tough enough to break down the door.

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** It was implied that Orlok locked him in the room castle to prevent his interference at some point after he discovered Orlok's resting place, and he was not tough enough to break down the door.
19th Jun '15 6:07:32 PM VanSisean
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** It was implied that Orlok locked him in the room to prevent his interference, and he was not tough enough to break down the door.

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** It was implied that Orlok locked him in the room to prevent his interference, interference at some point after he discovered Orlok's resting place, and he was not tough enough to break down the door.
19th Jun '15 6:06:51 PM VanSisean
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** It was implied that Orlok locked him in the room to prevent his interference, and he was not tough enough to break down the door.
15th Feb '15 12:49:07 PM spirasen
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* In Werner Herzog's remake, why did the sun [[spoiler:kill Orlok/Dracula, but not the now-vampirized Jonathan?]]

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* In Werner Herzog's Creator/WernerHerzog's remake, why did the sun [[spoiler:kill Orlok/Dracula, but not the now-vampirized Jonathan?]]



* Another problem with the Herzog version: why did Jonathan [[spoiler:turn into a vampire when all of Orlok's other victims simply died?]]
** There can be a fine line where blood loss is concerned. I am assuming that Lucy's distraction from abroad and Dracula's departure thereafter prevented Jonathan from being dangerously drained, while others ([[spoiler:Lucy herself included]]) were not so lucky (or [[GoneHorriblyRight maybe unlucky]], [[spoiler:if the same fate would have ended up befalling them had they survived]]).

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* Another problem with the Herzog version: why Why did Jonathan [[spoiler:turn into a vampire when all of Orlok's other victims simply died?]]
** There can be a fine line where blood loss is concerned. I am assuming that Lucy's distraction from abroad and Dracula's departure thereafter prevented Jonathan from being dangerously drained, while others ([[spoiler:Lucy herself included]]) were not so lucky (or [[GoneHorriblyRight maybe unlucky]], [[spoiler:if the same fate would have ended up befalling them had they survived]]). survived]].)



* In the Herzog remake, why did Van Helsing and the others, after discovering that the ship was full of rats, ''leave the plank there'' for the rats to come out onto the land?

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* In the Herzog remake, why did Van Helsing and the others, after discovering that the ship was full of rats, ''leave the plank there'' for the rats to come out onto the land? land?
18th Jan '15 5:13:52 PM MacBeth7713
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* In the original, why does Hutter go to the trouble of the BedsheetLadder if Orlok had just left the castle?
9th Sep '14 9:32:41 PM VanSisean
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** There can be a fine line where blood loss is concerned. I am assuming that Lucy's distraction from abroad and Dracula's departure thereafter prevented Jonathan from being dangerously drained, while others ([[spoiler:Lucy herself included]]) were not so lucky (or [[GoneHorriblyRight maybe unlucky]], [[spoiler:if the same fate would have ended up befalling them]]).

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** There can be a fine line where blood loss is concerned. I am assuming that Lucy's distraction from abroad and Dracula's departure thereafter prevented Jonathan from being dangerously drained, while others ([[spoiler:Lucy herself included]]) were not so lucky (or [[GoneHorriblyRight maybe unlucky]], [[spoiler:if the same fate would have ended up befalling them]]).them had they survived]]).
9th Sep '14 9:31:49 PM VanSisean
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** There can be a fine line where blood loss is concerned. I am assuming that Lucy's distraction from abroad and Dracula's departure thereafter prevented Jonathan from being dangerously drained, while others ([[spoiler:Lucy herself included]]) were not so lucky (or [[GoneHorriblyRight maybe unlucky]]).

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** There can be a fine line where blood loss is concerned. I am assuming that Lucy's distraction from abroad and Dracula's departure thereafter prevented Jonathan from being dangerously drained, while others ([[spoiler:Lucy herself included]]) were not so lucky (or [[GoneHorriblyRight maybe unlucky]]).unlucky]], [[spoiler:if the same fate would have ended up befalling them]]).
9th Sep '14 9:30:08 PM VanSisean
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** There can be a fine line where blood loss is concerned. I am assuming that Lucy's distraction from abroad and Dracula's departure thereafter prevented Jonathan from being dangerously drained, while others ([[spoiler:Lucy herself included]]) were not so lucky.

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** There can be a fine line where blood loss is concerned. I am assuming that Lucy's distraction from abroad and Dracula's departure thereafter prevented Jonathan from being dangerously drained, while others ([[spoiler:Lucy herself included]]) were not so lucky.lucky (or [[GoneHorriblyRight maybe unlucky]]).
9th Sep '14 9:28:51 PM VanSisean
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** There can be a fine line where blood loss is concerned. I am assuming that Lucy's distraction from abroad and Dracula's departure thereafter prevented Jonathan from being dangerously drained, while others ([[spoiler: Lucy herself included]]) were not so lucky.

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** There can be a fine line where blood loss is concerned. I am assuming that Lucy's distraction from abroad and Dracula's departure thereafter prevented Jonathan from being dangerously drained, while others ([[spoiler: Lucy ([[spoiler:Lucy herself included]]) were not so lucky.
9th Sep '14 9:28:36 PM VanSisean
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** There can be a fine line where blood loss is concerned. I am assuming that Lucy's distraction from abroad and Dracula's departure thereafter prevented Jonathan from being dangerously drained, while others ([[spoiler: Lucy herself included]]) were not so lucky.



** The rats probably would have swam across anyways, and panic probably left the most obvious form of possibly stopping ThePlague furthest from their minds.

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** The rats probably would have swam across anyways, and panic probably likely left the most obvious form of possibly stopping ThePlague furthest from their minds.
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