The Bat enters.
HARKER: There's that bat again!
HARKER: Look out. He'll get in your hair.
The Bat squeaks.
HARKER: My, that was a big bat!
The Bat squeaks.
MINA: I will.
HARKER: You will what?
MINA: Why, I didn't say anything.
HARKER: Yes, you did. You said, "I will."
MINA: Oh, no, I didn't. John, come, sit down.
Van Helsing and Seward enter Mina's bedroom.
SEWARD: There must be some way...some way to save her.
HELSING: There is only one.
MINA (unaware of Van Helsing and Seward's presence): John, that funny little old professor. He has a crucifix. I want you to get it away from him and hide it.
HARKER: But why, dear?
MINA: Oh, he'll be wanting to protect me again from the night or Count Dracula or whatever it is.
HARKER: Well, I don't know. He may be right, Mina. Your eyes! They look at me so strangely. Mina! Mina, you're...
Mina bends forward to bite Harker's neck.
SEWARD: No, Mina, no!
Helsing runs forward with the crucifix, Mina screams.
HARKER: Give me that. What's the idea? Are you crazy? What are you trying to do...frighten her to death?
HELSING: No, I was trying to save her.
HARKER: Save her? That's a fine way. It's all right, darling.
MINA: Oh, John, darling. You must go away from me. The cross! Put it away. After what's happened, I can't bear to look at it.
HARKER: What's happened?
MINA: I can't tell you, I can't.
HARKER: But you must. You must tell me. I have a right to know.
MINA: Oh, John. You can believe everything he says. It's all the truth. Dracula, he...
HARKER: Dracula? What's he done to you, Mina? Tell me.
MINA: He came to me. He opened a vein in his arm, and he made me drink.
We hear the sound of gunshot O.S.
SEWARD (looking over terrace wall): What is it? Who is it, Martin?
Below on the lawn, Martin and the Maid look at the bat.
MARTIN: It's that big grey bat again.
HELSING: There's no use of wasting your bullets, Martin. They cannot harm that bat.
MARTIN: No, sir.
Van Helsing exits.
MAID: He's crazy.
MARTIN: They're all crazy. They're all crazy except you and me. Sometimes I have me doubts about you.
Later that night, Mina's Bedroom: Briggs watches Mina sleep. Dracula peers in window. Briggs removes the wolfbane and opens the windows. Dracula enters.
A few minutes later, the front gate of the Sanitarium: Van Helsing and Harker prepare to depart. They see Renfield approach Carfax Abbey.
HARKER: That's Renfield. What's he doing at the Abbey?
HELSING: Come, Mr. Harker.
Inside Carfax Abbey, Mina, Dracula, and Renfield enter.
RENFIELD: Master! Master, I'm here!
Outside Carfax Abbey: Van Helsing and Harker look for a way into the Abbey.
HELSING: Where else would he be going, but to Dracula?
Inside Carfax Abbey: Renfield approaches Dracula and Mina.
RENFIELD: What is it, master? What do you want me to do?
Outside Carfax Abbey: Van Helsing and Harker find an opening into the Abbey:
HARKER: Look, here's an opening. Mina! Mina!
Inside Carfax Abbey: Dracula approaches Renfield.
RENFIELD: I didn't lead them here, Master. I didn't know, I swear! I'm loyal to you, Master. I'm your slave. I didn't betray you. Oh, no, don't! Don't kill me! Let me live, please! Punish me, torture me, but let me live. I can't die with all those lives on my conscience...all that blood on my hands!
Dracula throws Renfield down the stairs. Van Helsing and Harker enter as Dracula and Mina exit.
HARKER: Mina! Mina! He'll kill her if we don't get to her!
HELSING: We must not be too late! We have him trapped! Day is breaking! We have him trapped!
Mina screams O.S.
HARKER: Hurry! Mina! Mina, where are you? Mina! Mina! Mina, where are you? Mina! Mina! Mina! Mina!
HELSING: (seeing coffins) Harker! Harker! Come!
HARKER: Where? Where are you?
HELSING: Here! Here, Harker, I have found them! Get me a piece of stone...anything to help me drive the stake through their hearts.
Van Helsing opens Mina's coffin.
HARKER: Is she? How is she?
HELSING: She is not here!
HARKER: Then...then she may be alive! Mina! Mina! Mina! Mina!
Helsing drives a stake through Dracula's heart. Dracula gasps, Mina screams.
HARKER: Mina! Mina! Mina!
MINA: Oh, John! John, darling! I heard you calling, but I couldn't say anything.
HARKER: We thought he'd killed you, dear.
MINA: The daylight stopped him. Oh, if you could have seen the look on his face!
HELSING: There's nothing more to fear, Miss Mina. Dracula is dead forever. No, no, no! You must go.
MINA: But aren't you coming with us?
HELSING: Not yet. Presently. Come, John.
Harker and Mina exit to the sound of church bells.