London After Midnight (1927)
A dancer appears made up and dressed as Chaney in character from the earlier film.
A poster represents Lon Chaney's participation in the film.
Not only does this movie reference London After Midnight in Henri Daniell's make up as Laird Moloch, but the entire film is a recasting of the lost, silent Lon Chaney film.
A picture of Professor Edward C. Burke was seen in Grandpa's chest.
Stills of the movie appear in the main credits
shows stills, lobby cards, narrator discusses
Referenced by name
Forrest J Ackerman mentions the film
This film is mentioned in one of the 1927 scenes, where it is declared that the film will be a huge hit. Ironically, it's one of the most searched-after lost films today.
James hopes that this lost film will be found for the whole world to see.
Rank at number 2 on the list.
The suspect is a Lon Chaney obsessive who claimed to have possession of the only remaining reels of this film
Baker discusses Lon Chaney's makeup from this lost film.
Professor Edward C. Burke is seen in the opening sequence
Title is referenced
Some photos from the filming of this movie are shown.