Horror of Dracula (1958)
Arthur: [Chasing Dracula] even if he gets away.
Doctor Van Helsing: [shouts loudly] He would hide in the castle vaults for years we would lose him there
Arthur: And Mina.
Count Dracula: I am Dracula and I welcome you to my house. I must apologize for not being here to greet you personally, but I trust you've found everything you needed.
Jonathan Harker: [narrating his dairy] It only remains for me now to await the daylight hours where i will with God's help forever end this man's reign of terror.
Doctor Van Helsing: Since the death of Jonathan Harker Count Dracula the propagator of this unspeakable evil has disappeared he must found and destroyed!
Arthur: [Van Helsing prepares to stake Lucy] Is there no other way its horrible.
Doctor Van Helsing: Please try and understand this is not Lucy the sister you loved its only a shell possessed and corrupted by the evil of Dracula to liberate her soul and give her peace we must destroy that shell for all time believe me there is no other way.
Doctor Van Helsing: [puts his coat on Tania] There you look like a teddy bear you won't run away will you.
Tania: No I promise.
Doctor Van Helsing: [points east] If you look over there you can see the sun coming up.
Arthur: [talking to to Van Helsing] Rest have yourself some wine I'm sure you could use both. Gerda would you fetch another bottle.
Gerda: I don't like to. You know what happened last time I disobeyed Mrs. Holmwood's orders
Arthur: What do you mean?
Gerda: Madam told the other day that on no account I was to go into the cellar.
Doctor Van Helsing: [Van Helsing realizes that's where Dracula was hiding he goes to the cellar finds his coffin and Dracula who locks him in] Holmwood Holmwood!
Jonathan Harker: [narrating his diary] The Diary of Jonathan Harker... Third of May, 1885. At last, my long journey is drawing to its close. What the eventual end will be, I cannot foresee. But whatever may happen, I can rest secure that I will have done all in my power to achieve success.
Vampire Woman: You will help me, won't you? Say you will, please!
Jonathan Harker: How can I help you?
Vampire Woman: Get me away from here.
Jonathan Harker: You make it very difficult for me. After all, I'm a guest here. If I'm to help you, I must have a reason.
Vampire Woman: A reason! You ask for a reason? Is it not reason enough that he locks me up in this house, holds me against my will? You can have no idea what an evil man he is... or of the terrible things he does!
Vampire Woman: I could not... dare not try to leave on my own. He would find me again, I know. But with you to help me, I might have a chance. You must help me! You must! You're my only hope! You must!
Jonathan Harker: I'll help you, I promise. Please don't distress yourself.
Doctor Van Helsing: What are you afraid of?
Landlord: I don't understand you.
Doctor Van Helsing: Why all these garlic flowers? And over the window? And up here? They're not for decoration, are they?
Doctor Van Helsing: If the investigation that Mr. Harker and I are engaged upon is successful, not only you, but the only whole will benefit. Castle Dracula is somewhere here in Klausenberg. Will you tell me how I get there?
Landlord: You ordered a meal, sir. As an innkeeper, it is my duty to serve you. When you've eaten, I ask you to go and leave us in peace.
Doctor Van Helsing: I'm sorry, Mr. Holmwood, but I really cannot tell you anything more about how he died.
Arthur: Cannot or will not?
Doctor Van Helsing: Whichever you wish.
Arthur: Dr. Van Helsing, I am not at all satisfied. You suddenly appear and tell us that Jonathan Harker is dead. And yet you will not tell us where or how he died. I find it extremely suspicious.
Mina Holmwood: Arthur!
Tania: Do you know what's wrong with her?
Doctor Seward: Of course, I do.
Tania: Then why don't you make her better?
Gerda: Tania... Tania. How many times have I told you not to go bothering Mrs. Holmwood? I'm sorry, ma'am.
Mina Holmwood: That's alright, Gerda.
Doctor Seward: A child's logic can be most disconcerting.
Mina Holmwood: Yes.