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Mark of the Vampire (1935)

Passed  -  Horror | Mystery  -  26 April 1935 (USA)
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When a nobleman is murdered, a professor of the occult blames vampires; but not all is what it seems.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
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Professor
Elizabeth Allan ...
Irena
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Count Mora
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Inspector Neumann
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Baron Otto
Henry Wadsworth ...
Fedor
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Dr. Doskil
Jessie Ralph ...
Midwife
Ivan F. Simpson ...
Jan (as Ivan Simpson)
Franklyn Ardell ...
Chauffeur
Leila Bennett ...
Maria
June Gittelson ...
Annie
Carroll Borland ...
Luna (as Carol Borland)
Holmes Herbert ...
Sir Karell
Michael Visaroff ...
Innkeeper
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After Sir Karell Borotin is found dead in his study, drained of his blood, the local doctor determines that he was killed by a vampire. The coroner and police Inspector Neumann dismiss the suggestion but a year later, Sir Karell's daughter is attacked and bite marks are found on her throat. Neumann calls in the eminent Professor Zelin who thinks the story of vampires is true. The locals are convinced that Count Mora and his daughter Luna are the perpetrators of the crime, creatures of the night that can turn themselves into bats. There may be another solution however and the Professor sets a trap. Written by garykmcd

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Horror | Mystery

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Release Date:

26 April 1935 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

The Vampires of Prague  »

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$305,177 (estimated)
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(Western Electric Sound System)

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1.37 : 1
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Trivia

Filmed January 12-February, leaving Bela Lugosi unavailable for the Warner Oland role in Universal's "Werewolf of London." He also has no dialogue, until a brief exchange at the very end. See more »

Goofs

When Luna is walking in the foggy night, her head hits some of the fibers simulating the fog and lifts most of the misty background that surrounds her. See more »

Quotes

[first lines]
Innkeeper: I'm sorry gentleman and lady, but it will be best for you to stay here tonight.
Ronnie - Englishman at Inn: Come now, my good man. You can't frighten us. We've been over your foul roads before.
Innkeeper: Please, you do not understand. It is not the road. It is the darkness. Here, our doors are protected with bat thorns.
Ronnie's Wife: What is with all this bat thorn business?
Innkeeper: It keeps them out. They're afraid of it, the demons of the castle.
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Connections

Remake of London After Midnight (1927) See more »

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Umrem Umrem
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Music by Jack Virgil
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almost as good as Dracula
12 October 2003 | by (Mississippi, United States) – See all my reviews

Well this film is well acted and well directed. I've came to the conclusion that Tom Browning is a brilliant director. If he had the resources of today's crappy directors there's no telling what this man could've accomplished. It's sad that a man this talented made such few films. This is moody, atmospheric, and has a knockout ending. You won't see it coming. Great "vampire" movie has a cast that isn't cold and entertain you throughout. A great film.


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