After Midnight (1927) was a Silent Films - Drama 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
Now let’s not get carried away… (via Tumblr) Now let’s not get carried away… (via Tumblr) London After Midnight (1927) Status: Missing and presumed lost. The only known copy was destroyed in the 1967 MGM vault fire. One of the most sought-after lost silent films, Lon Chaney a... Read full article
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Professor Edward C. Burke: Someone was after your nephew! Or maybe... me!
Miss Smithson, the New Maid: I - locked her in there -
Miss Smithson, the New Maid: Oh, sir... it was 'orrible! Miss Lucille was bidding me good-night, - --
Miss Smithson, the New Maid: - and then, sir I screamed, and frightened 'im! And out of the window 'e flew!
Professor Edward C. Burke: Smithson, have you been drinking?
Miss Smithson, the New Maid: Oh, no, sir! If I 'ave... I 'opes I chokes on the next one!
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.
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Is on AFI's "Lost Films" list.
Lon Chaney wore a set of false animal teeth that hurt him so much that he could only wear them for a few minutes at a time. The teeth Chaney wore were not animal teeth, but were made of gutta-percha, a hard rubber-like material. What gave him the most discomfort were the wire loops around his eyes.
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