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Feb 21 17 11:39 AM
tv horror wrote:...I was trying to find out a bit more about the infamous murder case back in 1928 were the murderer claimed to have been motivated to commit murder by a vision of Chaney.
Feb 21 17 11:40 AM
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Feb 21 17 4:40 PM
has an article on the discovery of the frames and it reads...
this just in via pm from (actor ) Micah Carey :"No print of 'London after Midnight' has been found. We did
some frames from the film that may have been cut out of a vintage trailer!"
Below are the frames that Carey refers. London After Midnight remains lost, and only the most optimistic among us
would hold out hope of that changing anytime soon.
One of the images identified in the article as a frame is this , sandwiched between the two frames of the lead post of this thread
well, it doesn't look like the other two , has no scratches etc. on it and has appeared on many pages. such as thesehttp://www.tasteofcinema.com/2017/10-lost-films-that-were-probably-masterpieces/http://zoppy.blogspot.com/2013/02/london-after-midnight-1927-with-lon.htmlhttp://boingboing.net/tag/london-after-midnight It is a cropped image and appears to be a still photo, complete image shown herehttp://www.ideofact.com/archives/000341.html
Feb 21 17 5:55 PM
Feb 21 17 7:13 PM
Crow T Robot wrote:I wonder...is the frame from The Rogue Song from the film or the trailer to the film? I did a Youtube search under "The Rogue Song trailer" and every one that came up was for Star Wars Rogue One!!!
Feb 21 17 7:18 PM
jplibby wrote:Crow T Robot wrote:I wonder...is the frame from The Rogue Song from the film or the trailer to the film? I did a Youtube search under "The Rogue Song trailer" and every one that came up was for Star Wars Rogue One!!!
The existing ROGUE SONG trailer is in the Youtube compilation that you posted in the other topic; the color is severely faded on it. That is not to say that there might not have been a different trailer that the frame was pulled from.
Feb 21 17 7:49 PM
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Feb 21 17 9:13 PM
Casey62 wrote:Also, we should remember that it was the American film industry that had a more squeamish view of horror; the Europeans never felt they had to console their audience with outright horrors like THE CABINET OF DR. CALIGARI, THE GOLEM, THE HANDS OF ORLAC and NOSFERATU.
Feb 21 17 9:25 PM
Feb 21 17 9:51 PM
Bobtheman wrote:It reads on this threadhttp://archive.org/post/381659/possible-existance-of-london-after-midnight-on-tv-kinescopeForrest J Ackerman, editor of Famous Monsters of Filmland, had a standing offer of35,000.00 for a print.
Feb 21 17 10:12 PM
Crow T Robot wrote:Fritz Lang had something to do with Caligari? Never heard that before.
Feb 21 17 10:23 PM
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Feb 22 17 3:27 PM
tv horror wrote:Here is a bit more about the London murder if anyone is interested.http://flashbak.com/the-lost-movie-london-after-midnight-and-the-brutal-murder-of-julia-mangan-in-1928-54484/ http://www.abigailrieley.com/scared-out-of-his-wits/
Feb 22 17 6:16 PM
Bobtheman wrote:There's more missing .....http://www.nitrateville.com/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=17527sepiatone October 11, 2010Phillip Barry elated that much of LAM was edited down to a 65 minute running time byIrving Thalberg, obliterating Tod Browning's original cut of 80-90 minutes. Thalberg didthis on all the Browning-Chaney and possible Freaks ( 1932)in which the entire DimeMuseum sequence is cut.One probable exception is WHERE EAST IS EAST. Trueenough scare-antics in LAM seems similar with THE MONSTER directed by Roland Westwhich is for laughs and the cast having a good time with the genre,
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