Dracula: The Series (1990– )
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The Decline of the Romanian Vampire 

While placing wild rose branches on graves to keep vampires away, Max discovers the Helsing family crypt. He removes the cross barring the door (see episode 6) and goes inside, where he ... See full synopsis »

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Jeff Woolnough

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Episode credited cast:
Bernard Behrens ... Gustav Helsing
Geordie Johnson Geordie Johnson ... Alexander Lucard
Mia Kirshner ... Sophie Metternich
Joe Roncetti Joe Roncetti ... Christopher Townsend
Jacob Tierney ... Max Townsend
Geraint Wyn Davies ... Klaus Helsing
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While placing wild rose branches on graves to keep vampires away, Max discovers the Helsing family crypt. He removes the cross barring the door (see episode 6) and goes inside, where he finds a pile of ashes surrounded by a circle of salt and holy water. When he sweeps a hole in the circle, the ashes reconstitute. Klaus is back, and he wants revenge! First, he makes a deal with Lucard under pretext of triumphing over Gustav Helsing. Next, he lures Helsing to the castle under pretext of wanting to be his son again. With his two "fathers" together, Klaus reveals his double-cross. He sets a bomb to go off in 30 minutes and then enervates Lucard with the Cross of Silesia. (Klaus himself is protected from the effects of the cross by a cape made with Silesian silk.) Locked together and awaiting their deaths, Lucard and Helsing discuss Shakespeare. With two minutes left, Klaus cannot refuse a final gloat and checks on his fathers, only to find that Lucard has killed Helsing, and Helsing has ...

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Drama | Fantasy | Horror

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16 February 1991 (USA) See more »

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