Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Scott Lord Mystery: The Death Kiss starring Lugosi, Manners, Van Sloan



The above film reuinted Bela Lugosi with David Manners and Edward Van Sloan from Dracula (Browning)
Please include the film below, The Vampire Bat, which united Edward Van Sloan and Dwight Frye.




Condemned to Live is a Vampire film directed by Frank Strayer.

Postscript:

Allow me to include an additional poster if you can find a mystery that you like enough to watch in the blog. Later pages include Boris Karloff and Basil Rathbone, if I can invite you to search the blog. Next to reading, its actually a quiet thing to do and its my selection of quiet, little mysteries if you were to peruse them. Quiet, not necessarily macabre.





Scott Lord Mystery: The Death Kiss starring Lugosi, Manners, Van Sloan



The above film reuinted Bela Lugosi with David Manners and Edward Van Sloan from Dracula (Browning)
Please include the film below, The Vampire Bat, which united Edward Van Sloan and Dwight Frye.




Condemned to Live is a Vampire film directed by Frank Strayer.

Postscript:

Allow me to include an additional poster if you can find a mystery that you like enough to watch in the blog. Later pages include Boris Karloff and Basil Rathbone, if I can invite you to search the blog. Next to reading, its actually a quiet thing to do and its my selection of quiet, little mysteries if you were to peruse them. Quiet, not necessarily macabre.





Scott Lord Mystery: The Death Kiss starring Lugosi, Manners, Van Sloan



The above film reuinted Bela Lugosi with David Manners and Edward Van Sloan from Dracula (Browning)
Please include the film below, The Vampire Bat, which united Edward Van Sloan and Dwight Frye.




Condemned to Live is a Vampire film directed by Frank Strayer.

Postscript:

Allow me to include an additional poster if you can find a mystery that you like enough to watch in the blog. Later pages include Boris Karloff and Basil Rathbone, if I can invite you to search the blog. Next to reading, its actually a quiet thing to do and its my selection of quiet, little mysteries if you were to peruse them. Quiet, not necessarily macabre.





Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Scott Lord Mystery; The Films of Frank Strayer


Please screen the above film directed by Frank Strayer and those films below in any film festival or matinee that you see fit.






Scott Lord

Scott Lord Mystery; The Films of Frank Strayer


Please screen the above film directed by Frank Strayer and those films below in any film festival or matinee that you see fit.






Scott Lord

Scott Lord Mystery; The Films of Frank Strayer


Please screen the above film directed by Frank Strayer and those films below in any film festival or matinee that you see fit.






Scott Lord