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The Walking Dead (1936) was a Horror - Science Fiction Film directed by Michael Curtiz and produced by Louis F. Edelman.

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After the Silents: The Walking Dead (1936)

By Movies, Silently on Aug 15, 2013 From Movies Silently

(via Projector Magazine) Boris Karloff is, of course, best known for his monstrous roles in films like Frankenstein and The Mummy. While his big breaks came in the talkies, Karloff was quite active in silent films as well. The Walking Dead came along after Karloff had found fame playing assorted cre... Read full article


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Nolan: [as the crooked lawyer misses a shot on a pool table] Straight shot and I missed it!


John Ellman: But you can't kill me for something I didn't do! You can't!


[looking up to Heaven, while being led to the electric chair]
John Ellman: *He'll* believe me.


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The accident scene was shot in Griffith Park.
Filming began on November 23 (Boris Karloff's 48th birthday) and lasted 18 days, finishing December 23 1935.
Boris Karloff's character was originally conceived as 'Dopey' Ellman and was a drug addict and alcoholic.
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