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(1933) Lionel Atwill, Fay Wray, Melvyn Douglas, Dwight Frye, Robert Frazer. This great special edition contains both the English and Spanish language versions of this classic horror film, both recently re-mastered from 16mm. While the Spanish version is basically the English version dubbed in Spanish, it is remarkable in that it contains a number of scenes that are scored with additional music. There are extra moments at the beginning of the film that are scored. Later, sinister themes are heard over the first murder sequence. However, the biggest change comes later in the film. The entire climatic sequence, beginning with Frazer’s late-night stalking of Douglas, right up until the end of the film, is scored with a very eerie piece of music. It’s overall sound harkens to something from the ‘40s or ‘50s and is very different than the usual “canned” music found in poverty row movies from the ‘30s, which leads one to believe that The Vampire Bat may not have been released to Spanish audiences until well after its initial 1933 release. The American version, of course, has no music score whatsoever except for the opening minute of the film, along with the opening and ending credits. There are also a couple of tiny bits of narration in the Spanish language version that are absent from the American release. The film print itself is a very nice old original. A must! From 16mm.

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