Dracula: The Series (1990– )
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What a Pleasant Surprise! 

When Helsing learns that Lucard is buying an old theater in town, he investigates to find out what the vampire's true interest is in the place.

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Allan Eastman

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Bernard Behrens ... Gustav Helsing
Kim Coates ... Jonas Carey
Sybil Eastman Sybil Eastman ... Little Girl #2
Geordie Johnson Geordie Johnson ... Alexander Lucard
Mia Kirshner ... Sophie Metternich
Alma Prica Alma Prica ... Silent Film Heroine
Joe Roncetti Joe Roncetti ... Christopher Townsend
Brigid Tierney ... Little Girl at Theatre
Jacob Tierney ... Max Townsend
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When Helsing learns that Lucard is buying an old theater in town, he investigates to find out what the vampire's true interest is in the place.

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Release Date:

10 November 1990 (USA) See more »

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Gustav Helsing: That's why Lucard bought this theater. It was he who sealed you in here. Now, with the curse worn off, he wants to destroy it to rob you of your power base, your resting place.
Alexander Lucard: Helsing, your powers of deduction never cease to impress me, ever so slightly.
Jonas Carey: You!
Alexander Lucard: Ah, the old ham. Have a nice nap?
Jonas Carey: Very nice, thank you, fueled by sweet dreams of vengeance.
Alexander Lucard: It would have been so much easier to bulldoze this place. I hadn't counted on Helsing rousing you a little early. You do get in the way.
Jonas Carey: Come, ...
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