Halloween Season has come round again, and I think this is a good time to repost my four-part series on the lost Lon Chaney picture London After Midnight (1927), and on Marie Coolidge-Rask’s novelization of Tod Browning and Waldemar Young’s scenario. I’ve picked up some new readers since these posts ran a year ago (and very welcome you all are!), so, my new friends, this is for you, and I hope you enjoy it. Be sure to read the posts in order so you don’t get ahead of the plot.
Have a fun and safely spooky Halloween, everybody!