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Frankenstein (1931)

For many, including myself, the Universal horror films were our introduction to the horror genre. While these films were not the first to use such monsters, they were the first to really stick with the audience. 525 more words

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TOD BROWNING'S DRACULA (1931) IN MEMORIAM CARLA LAEMMLE (1901-2014)

In memoriam  Carla Laemmle, a reprint of “Tod Browning’s Dracula (1931).” Carla Laemmle, Actress and Niece of Universal Studios Founder, Dies at 104 The Hollywood Reporter June 13, 2014 One of the last links to Hollywood’s silent-film era, she appeared in ‘The Phantom of the Opera’ and spoke the first line in Bela Lugosi’s ‘Dracula.’ … 2,667 more words

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