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The Vampire Bat
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The Vampire Bat 1933


In a sleepy European town, a series of murders have been committed; each victim was found, entirely drained of blood, with two small puncture wounds in their jugular vein. The locals suspect a vampire but Detective Karl Brettschneider (Melvyn Douglas) maintains a sceptical attitude, convinced that a more Earthbound killer is abroad.

Release Date:January 23rd, 1933
Running Time:65 minutes
Directed By:
No image existsFrank R. Strayer
Starring:
No image existsLionel Atwill
No image existsFay Wray
No image existsMelvyn Douglas
No image existsGeorge E. Stone
No image existsDwight Frye
No image existsRobert Frazer
No image existsRita Carlyle
No image existsLionel Belmore
No image existsWilliam V. Mong
No image existsHarrison Greene
No image existsStella Adams
No image existsMaude Eburne

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The Vampire Bat Movie Review by Movie Addict (3/16/2008)

In the same year that she was Ann Darrow in the clutches of King King, Fay Wray made this little gem where vampires were traveling through the village killing people. She really appears to be quite good and worth looking further into her 117 film catalog.

Of course, multiple Oscar-winner Melvyn Douglas (Hud, Being There)...

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