London After Midnight (1927) was a Drama - Horror Film directed by Tod Browning and produced by Irving Thalberg and Tod Browning.
Lost Film Files #21: London After Midnight (1927)By Fritzi Kramer on Nov 16, 2013 From Movies Silently
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Lucille Balfour: You can't mean that someone killed my father!
Professor Edward C. Burke: am going to ask you to put yourself in my hands... to do whatever I say... no matter how trying it may be.
Professor Edward C. Burke: I want you to promise to keep this a secret... from everyone.
Lucille Balfour: Mr. Burke, you make me feel that I should trust you... that you are my friend.
Arthur Hibbs: What was he saying to you?
Lucille Balfour: I can't tell you! Please don't ask me!
Arthur Hibbs: I don't trust him! Why wouldn't he let Uncle send for the police last night?
Arthur Hibbs: And now he is getting you under his spell!
Lucille Balfour: Oh, Arthur... he says that someone killed my father!
Lucille Balfour: I'm terribly frightened, Sir James! A voice keeps calling to me from the garden!
Lucille Balfour: It sounded exactly like my father calling... 'Lucy, Lucy'!
Professor Edward C. Burke: Now, don't worry, Miss Lucille. If it really is anything... we'll take care of it.
Sir.James Hamlin: Burke... look! It is Roger Balfour!
Sir.James Hamlin: Come, Burke! We're helpless before such creatures as these!
Arthur Hibbs: For one who doesn't believe in vampires, you've taken a sudden interest in them!
Professor Edward C. Burke: Perhaps it's for the same reason that you did, Mr. Hibbs!
Professor Edward C. Burke: Be brave, my dear. Follow my instructions tonight.
Professor Edward C. Burke: Young man, I'll take one of your cigars... and have a little talk with you.
Professor Edward C. Burke: I've suspected you for a long time, Hibbs.
Arthur Hibbs: Yes? And I've suspected you!
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It is believed that this film existed until 1967. Inventory records indicated that the only remaining print was being stored in MGM's vault #7 which was destroyed by fire in 1967. By that time, all other elements had been destroyed or were missing.
Is on AFI's "Lost Films" list.
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