Dracula: Prince of Darkness (1966)
Philip Latham: Klove
Charles Kent : [as Klove starts to serve dinner] What's your name?
Klove : Klove, sir.
Charles Kent : Well, uh, Kove, isn't your master joining us for dinner?
Klove : No, sir. I'm afraid not.
Charles Kent : Is he indisposed?
Klove : [matter-of-factly] He's dead.
Charles Kent : [hesitates] I'm sorry if we appear a little dense. Perhaps you could explain?
Klove : Explain, sir?
Charles Kent : Yes, you seem to have expected us. Ah, this dinner. our rooms, the carriage... everything.
Klove : You see, sir, my master is dead but instructions were left that the castle should always be ready to receive guests. I am merely carrying out his wishes.
Charles Kent : I see. Who was your master?
Klove : His name was Count Dracula. An old and distinguished family. That is the coat of arms over the fireplace.
[points to the fireplace]
Charles Kent : Does no one hold the title now?
Klove : My master died without issue, sir... In the accepted sense of the term.