Hellsing: Season 1, Episode 9

Order 09: Red Rose Vertigo (29 Nov. 2003)
"Herushingu" Order 09: Red Rose Vertigo (original title)

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An illusion is taking over the place, and no one is being himself Integra's sister is visiting her A fight is about to start between Alucard and a stranger that makes a very worthy opponent to him.

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Episode credited cast:
Jôji Nakata ...
Alucard (voice)
Yoshiko Sakakibara ...
Integra (voice)
Fumiko Orikasa ...
Seras (voice)
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Priest, Enrico Maxwell (voice)
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Alucard (voice)
K.T. Gray ...
Seras Victoria (voice)
Victoria Harwood ...
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An illusion is taking over the place, and no one is being himself Integra's sister is visiting her A fight is about to start between Alucard and a stranger that makes a very worthy opponent to him.

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In episode 9, an SAS soldier says that Bokken Castle reminds him of a ghost story about "the end of World War II, and a castle in Transylvania, and the devil that lived there." This is a reference to the F. Paul Wilson novel (and Movie) The Keep (1983). Incidentally, there is a character in the episode named Paul Wilson. See more »

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