London After Midnight – The Original 1927 Continuity Script

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Who knew that all these years the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. held a shot-by-shot cutting continuity made from viewing an actual print of LONDON AFTER MIDNIGHT? This Lon Chaney Sr. vampire tale is perhaps the most famous – and most eagerly sought – lost silent film. The last known print was destroyed in a vault fire in 1967, and intensive searching of the world’s film archives has so far failed to locate another print.

But now you can “see” LONDON AFTER MIDNIGHT simply by reading this 38-page document (it’s a quick read) and using an average amount of your imagination. We are supplying you with a series of photos and lobby cards below to assist you. Enjoy!
Click here:
London After Midnight LOC Script copy

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Lon Chaney plays Professor Burke, a detective/hypnotist who is investigating the “suicide” of Roger Balfour:
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There are strange goings-on in the old Bafour Mansion, and some mighty strange creatures too:
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A curious inhabitant seems to have supernatural powers:
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Burke questions the various suspects and uses hypnotism too:
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Looks like it’s going to be a long night at the Balfour Mansion:
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Burke eventually proves that Bafour’s death was murder and collars the killer:
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But what about those strange creatures? We suggest you read the script if you’re not able to see the movie!
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