Dracula's Daughter (1936)
Gilbert Emery: Sir Basil Humphrey
Prof. Von Helsing : The loss of blood. The marks on the neck. Hmm. I don't understand, gentlemen. I don't see how it can be, but those are the marks of the vampire.
Sir Basil Humphrey : Well, it becomes increasingly evident, owing to the disappearance of Dracula's body and the subsequent evidence, that he isn't dead at all.
Prof. Von Helsing : No vampire can survive the stake.
Sir Basil Humphrey : Well, he may have given the appearance of death. During the day the body lay at Whitby and come to life at night. Oh, dash it all! You've got me talking this gibberish now.
Hobbs : Will you take your barley water now, sir?
Sir Basil Humphrey : Barley water, barley water. Get me my heavy topcoat and revolver. I'm going out after vampires!
Hobbs : Vampires?
Sir Basil Humphrey : Vampires! Ha, ha, ha!
Sir Basil Humphrey : But I always understood you went after them with checkbooks, sir.
Sir Basil Humphrey : Hobbs, don't be facetious.
Hobbs : No, sir.
Sir Basil Humphrey : I knew I should have turned off my telephone last night.