|Dracula meeting with Dr. Edelmann|
Meanwhile, Larry Talbot arrives at the castle, also looking for a cure from Edelmann. Knowing that he is about to transform due to the full moon, Talbot makes the police arrest him. It is while Talbot is in custody that Edelmann and one of his assistants Milizia (Martha O'Driscoll) see him transform into the Wolf Man. Edelmann than surmises that the transformations aren't due to the moonlight, but due to pressure on the brain. He thinks can do an operation to cure Talbot by relieving the pressure, but Edelmann needs to gather moss from flowers he has been growing and says that it would take time. Not wanting to turn back into the Wolf Man, Talbot jumps of the cliffs behind Edelmann's mansion. When Edelmann ventures down to find Talbot's body, he discovers a cave that contains the Frankenstein Monster. Edelmann recovers the Monster's body and brings it back to the lab.
|The Wolf Man attacks the Doctor.|
During this period of time, Dracula tries to seduce Milizia into becoming a vampire like herself, and she is slowly coming under the Count's influence. Edelmann's other assistant, Nina (Jane "Poni" Adams) sees this, tells Edelmann, and he plans to inject something into the next transfusion that will destroy Dracula. During the transfusion, Dracula manages to reverse the flow of the blood, sending his evil blood into the veins of Dr. Edelmann. Dracula is destroyed by the sun after returning to his coffin.
|Right before his reflection disappears|
Still in an evil fit of rage, Edelmann manages to revive the Monster, and kills Nina when she tries to stop him. As a mob descends on the mansion, Talbot grabs a gun and kills the evil Dr. Edelmann. Talbot then traps the Monster under some shelves and when a fire starts in the mansion, the Monster is destroyed.
|Edelmann kills Nina...|
|And revives the Monster|
|One of the last of its genre...|
I give it a 4 out of 5.