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A sound remake of London After Midnight.

The last time Tod Browning and Bela Lugosi would work on a film together.

The running time was trimmed from 75 minutes to 60.

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CastLionel Atwill, Jean Hersholt, Lionel Barrymore, Béla Lugosi, Donald Meek, Elizabeth Allan
Genre:  Horror, Comedy
Release Date:  April 26, 1935
MPAA Rating:  Unrated
Runtime:  60 minutes
Studio:  Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)
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review by . July 15, 2013
I came across a copy of this film in my library and as it had a cast of Bela Lugosi, Lionel Barrymore and Lionel Atwell, I thought I would give it a shot.  The first thing I noticed was that this film was from MGM and not Universal so already there were some differences in the quality (this movie seemed a lot more "campy" than the Universal classics).  The movie starts out with a wealthy guy living in a mansion in some European town being found dead with two puncture wounds on …
review by . August 19, 2009
Mark of the Vampire was the last time Tod Browning and Bela Lugosi would work together on a film.  The story is a reworking of the lost Lon Chaney Sr. film London After Midnight.  This vampiric tale is mixed in with a murder mystery. I found the end results to be very trippy, unusual and entertaining. What I thought was going to be a routine horror story had a very funny twist. To give it away would be telling. If you're in the mood for something different then by all means watch.   …
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