One of horror cinema's most coveted lost films, 1927's London After Midnight is shrouded in mystery. Lon Chaney's portrayal of Inspector Burke and his saw-toothed alter ego showed the Man of a Thousand Faces at his eerie best, and the production's rich atmosphere has become the stuff of legend.
This beautiful, full-colour magazine guide to London After Midnight takes a wide-eyed, hypnotic look at the people involved in the movie, as well as its production, its story, and its disappearance.
From the film itself, to star Chaney, director Tod Browning and the many other talented artists who brought the picture to the screen, this richly illustrated publication is packed with beautiful stills, posters, and imagery as well as a wealth of information, biographies and trivia, including details taken from the movie's original shooting script.
What happened to Roger Balfour? Who is the man in the beaver hat? It's time to brush aside the cobwebs and explore a unique piece of movie history, with this Ultimate Guide to London After Midnight showing the way into the darkness.
Stripey Media 2018. 36 pages. Gloss laminated cover.
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