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My Son the Vampire (1952) was a Comedy - Horror Film directed by John Gilling and produced by John Gilling.

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Scotland Yard Man: Scientist calling himself The Vampire is a man named Von Housen born in Bosnic in 1894. He is the descendant of Baron Von Housen whom legend immortalized as a vampire. For reasons of his own, Von Housen claims to be an earthly reproduction of his notorious ancestor, owing his continued existence to the consumption of human blood. Needless to say, there is not the faintest vestige of truth in his claim, but it does not deny that he is a scientist of considerable repute and his activities shall be restrained.

Von Housen: When I came in, I saw you looking at that painting. Do you like bats?
Mrs. Riley: No, I hate them. They give me cold shivers up and down me brisket.
Von Housen: That's a great pity. That happens to be my brother.

Scotland Yard Man: Personally, I feel that we are dealing with a dangerous character. Not for what he claims to be, but for what he is; a fanatical scientist with a stupid gang of men who have allowed themselves to be mesmerized by legend.

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This was the final "Old Mother Riley" film and the only one in which Arthur Lucan's longtime partner and wife, Kitty McShane, did not appear as Mrs Riley's daughter. Lucan and McShane had a very bitter separation in 1951.
This was the only film in the series in which the main character is not called "Old Mother Riley" in the title. Still, many sources have incorrectly referred to this film as "Old Mother Riley Meets the Vampire."
According to a date shown printed on the masthead of the 'London Evening News,' the action of this film takes place in September of 1952.
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