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Dead Eyes of London (1961) Poster

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For the first time in Rialto's Edgar Wallace Series, this black-and-white film featured colored opening credits with blood red letters on a b/w-Background. This tradition was kept in the future with many different colors used. Until the late 90ies, the colored opening credits were always shown in black and white on German Television and were sometimes unreadable.
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In the early days of production, Harald Reinl was attached to direct but when shooting was advanced, Reinl was still busy with the production of The Return of Dr. Mabuse (1961) and producer Horst Wendlandt offered the job to his friend Alfred Vohrer.
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The first Edgar Wallace Movie directed by Alfred Vohrer. Until 1968, he would direct 13 more and became the most prolific director of the series.
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