The clip Count Dracula's bagage from Dracula (1979) with Laurence Olivier
No one allowed on board I've got business
What sort of business? I'm a solicitor, Jonathan Harker,
and I've been on the road all night from London Jonathan!
It's all right Let him pass
Right. Carry on.
What the devil are you doing here?
Our firm was telegraphed yesterday that this ship had been sighted a week early
The man we represented in the purchase of Carfax Abbey, Count Dracula...
Count Dracula, of course! I almost forgot Is he safe?
Oh, yes He's the only one who is
Young Mina found him on the beach last night, and we took him to Carfax
As for the rest of the crew...
We don't know. Maybe the ship's log will tell us.
All right, swing 'em across, Harry.
Excuse me Is all this cargo the count's?
There's more down below, but the rest broke up on them rocks
Filled up with some kind of dirt Dirt? What for?
Whichever it is, I'll take it
You can't do that, Renfield The count's not here to sign for them
They stay here 'til he comes around himself!
I'm sorry, but the rights of the ship owner are already sacrificed
since the tiller of this vessel is held in a dead hand
Where's the rest of Dracula's baggage? I'd like to inspect that as well
Come this way
Harker, you sold me house right out from under me,
and you sold that poor count a right bill of goods with your fancy silver tongue
I've half a mind to tell Dracula he been took good
I wonder if I could impose upon you to ask the count when he rises
if he would join us for dinner at Billerbeck Hall
What, at the looney bin?
At my home, Mr Renfield Come
I'll give him the message, but I don't think he'll be in the mood for any fancy socializin'
Go back. Go back a little bit more.