The Vampire Bat

Film

Horror films

 

Time Out says

As creaky as an old church door, but with some of the same antique charm, this is a B horror picture shot on the village sets of Universal's Frankenstein (1931), and using the interiors from The Old Dark House (1932). Bat-loving village idiot Frye is suspected of a series of vampyric murders, but when obsessive doctor Atwill's soon-to-be-married assistant (Wray) stumbles on the truth, she's menaced by the real culprit. New wine in old bottles, but hardly vintage.
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Release details

UK release:

1933

Duration:

71 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Frank R Strayer

Cast:

Maude Eburne, Dwight Frye, Fay Wray, Melvyn Douglas, Lionel Atwill, George E Stone

Art Director:

Daniel Hall

Editor:

Otis Garrett

Cinematography:

Ira Morgan

Screenwriter:

Edward T Lowe

Producer:

Phil Goldstone

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