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Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde 1920- This is the silent movie starring John Barrymore, its an interesting film and I recommend you to check it out. You can learn more about the movie on
IMDb: [link]
and wiki:[link]

and can check out the entire movie on youtube:[link]
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London after midnight (1927) starring the man of a thousand faces Lon Chaney. As of now no print exist of the film so it is considered a lost film, there are plenty of stills from the movie as well as promotional photos, posters and existing script related to this film. Some years back a reconstruction of the film was made using the production stills and utilizing the script to construct a movie that told the story as closely as they could. I would recommend seeing that if interested and they do play it on the "TCM" station from time to time and usually around Halloween. Of course, the great makeup job by Lon Chaney has become iconic and influential over the years. A remake of this film was later made in 1935 entitled " Mark of the Vampire" starring Bela Lugosi, and both films were directed by the same director Tod Browning who also directed the original Universal "Dracula" movie in 1931.

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Horror of of Dracula-1958

Based on the 1958 Hammer Studios version of the vampire classic "Dracula" and called "Horror of Dracula" in the US, starred Peter Cushing as Van Helsing and Christopher Lee as Dracula. This is one not to miss and is a great classic of horror cinema. The image here is a mix n' match including elements from the US and UK promotional posters. Example here:[link]

To learn more about the film check out IMDb:[link]
and wiki:[link]
and check out the trailer on youtube:[link]
and the BFI restoration trailer for the film:[link]
and have a look at the new official Hammer studios site:[link]
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The original Mummy movie from 1932 starring "Karloff the Uncanny", Great Classic Universal Horror film and always fun to watch on Halloween.
To learn more check out wiki's page on the film: [link]

and on IMDb: [link]

and can watch the trailer on IMDb: [link]
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This is the alternate title that has been associated with the film "London after midnight", (original one I did here: [link] ), just a different take on the poster.

Original info for the film found below:
London after midnight (1927) starring the man of a thousand faces Lon Chaney. As of now no print exist of the film so it is considered a lost film, there are plenty of stills from the movie as well as promotional photos, posters and existing script related to this film. Some years back a reconstruction of the film was made using the production stills and utilizing the script to construct a movie that told the story as closely as they could. I would recommend seeing that if interested and they do play it on the "TCM" station from time to time and usually around Halloween. Of course, the great makeup job by Lon Chaney has become iconic and influential over the years. A remake of this film was later made in 1935 entitled " Mark of the Vampire" starring Bela Lugosi, and both films were directed by the same director Tod Browning who also directed the original Universal "Dracula" movie in 1931.

You can check out more info about the film on IMDb:
[link]
as well as wiki:
[link]
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The Curse of Frankenstein-1957-Hammer Horror:

Great re-imagining of the Frankenstein movie myth, done by Hammer Studios. This starred Peter Cushing as Victor Frankenstein and Christopher Lee as the Creature. Definitely one to check out and a Horror classic. This image is a mashing of different elements from the US release posters and the UK posters for the film.

You can check out the trailer for the film here: [link]

Learn more about it on wiki: [link]

and IMDb: [link]
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Creature from the Black Lagoon-1954

The 1954 film from universal studios, another classic from there monster lineup that has become an iconic character. The original film is great and is fun to watch and would recommend giving it a view if you haven't already.

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and on wiki:[link]

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Nosferatu fan art done in the minimal style based on the silent film"Nosferatu" starring Max Schreck. If you haven't seen the movie yet you can check it out here on youtube:[link]
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Drakula halála (1921) translated as "The Death of Dracula" a lost film:
This is believed to be (based on some of the evidence that has come to light in the past 15 years) that this is the first film to have been based on Bram Stoker's novel Dracula. This discovery was made some years back when a kind of novelization film book that was used to advertise a movie when it was not playing in theaters at the time was discovered, the year that it gives for its release was 1921, which would beat Nosferatu by one year. From what has been surmised the film itself really doesn't have much to do with stokers novel other then the main character sharing the same name Dracula, the Hungarian spelling "Drakula". The movie is centered around a woman (Mary) who is sent to an insane asylum and is haunted by a person proclaiming themselves to be Drakula. Whether this movie had supernatural elements or not is kinda unclear in parts. However the cover to the novel shows a foreboding character with the traditional vampire teeth, which is a striking image ([link]). No prints as of yet have been found of this film and is considered to be a lost film.


Here is a link to a really good website that gives a wealth of info on this movie here:
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also on the bottom of this web page there is a link to download a pdf explaining more about some of the scenes and other info regarding this film, here is the direct link:
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and here are some links to a wiki page on the movie:
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and an IMBd page:
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The Werewolf (1913) a lost film:
This is considered to be the first werewolf film ever made, as of today no prints remain of the film and is considered to be lost. The film's plot is described as follows " A Navajo woman becomes a witch after erroneously coming to believe that her husband has abandoned her. She teaches the same skills to her daughter Watuma, who transforms into a wolf in order to carry out vengeance against the invading white settlers. Then, 100 years after Watuma's death, she returns from the dead to kill again" (courtesy of wikipedia). From what I have read from different sites that there was a sort of transformation sequence using dissolves, and a real wolf was used for the wolf sequences.

You can read more on the wiki site:
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and on the imbd page:
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