Nachte des Grauens

Germany 1916

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Directed by Artur Robinson

Premiered on Feb 9, 1917. There is much confusion surrounding this film, but it likely has nothing to do with vampires. The story takes place in the United States, and is more of a Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde tale. This B&W, silent film produced Lu Synd-Film is considered lost. Often confused with Die Nacht des Grauens (1919).

a.k.a. A Night of Horror


Cast:

Lu Synd as Kitty King
Hans Mierendorff as Twinner
Werner Krauß as Gifford
Emil Jannings as Elliott
Lorenz Köhler as Scott
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