The Vampire Bat

"Terrible"

The Vampire Bat Review


Hollywood's answer to Nosferatu, and a lame one at that. Far Wray stars (and even she is unmemorable here) in a story that has the typical German village besieged by a neck-puncturing mystery. Vampires presumed. Very low in production values and with a forced script that can't hold a candle to even a bad Dracula movie.


The Vampire Bat

Facts and Figures

Run time: 65 mins

In Theaters: Saturday 21st January 1933

Production compaines: Majestic Pictures

Reviews

Contactmusic.com: 1.5 / 5

IMDB: 5.7 / 10

Cast & Crew

Director: Frank R. Strayer

Producer:

Starring: as Dr. Otto von Niemann, as Ruth Bertin, as Karl Brettschneider, as Aunt Gussie Schnappmann, George E. Stone as Kringen, as Herman Gleib

Also starring:


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