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Why does Hutter alone survive the vampire bite?
In the German silent film Nosferatu (1922), the vampire Count Orlok bites the guy Hutter. But then how come he alone survives while all the other people who have been bitten by that vampire die?
Mar 2 '13 at 19:20
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