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Long After Midnight Clip

Long After Midnight is a sort-of-but-not-really sequel to the long-lost Lon Chaney silent London After Midnight.

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Star of the Week!: Lon Chaney

I have recently watched a documentary about the life and work of Chaney, an interesting character of the silent era that isn’t really mentioned today. It’s a shame but it seems his successor Boris Karloff is more remembered! 126 more words


Melissa, you were the queen of the night

Well, yay, I’m seeing King Diamond live in October. Around three years ago they came to a city close to my area and played with Metallica. 247 more words


Classic Cinema Tuesday: Hunchback of Notre Dame

Lon Chaney is known in silent picture aficionados as one of this period’s great actors. His ability to literally disappear into a picture has become legendary. 655 more words


July, 1914

It’s time again for one of my monthly news roundups, in which I discuss what was going on 100 years ago, when the movies I review were being produced. 542 more words


R.I.P. Carla Laemmle!

She danced for Lon Chaney in The Phantom of the Opera (1925) and spoke the first words in the classic 1931 Dracula – and now the iconic Carla Laemmle has breathed her last breath on this planet. 86 more words