Tonight catch three of Universal’s classic horror films at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood!
DRACULA, 1931, 75 min. Director Tod Browning and actor Bela Lugosi established the Transylvanian count as one of the archetypal movie vampires. With Dwight Frye and Edward Van Sloan.
PHANTOM OF THE OPERA, 1943, 92 min. Dir. Arthur Lubin. The unholy marriage of the Universal horror cycle with the Nelson Eddy operetta genre spawned this Technicolor terror starring Claude Rains.
THE WOLF MAN, 1941, 70 min. Dir. George Waggner. Bitten by a werewolf while visiting a gypsy camp, Larry Talbot (Lon Chaney, Jr.) is cursed to become a hairy beast “when the wolfbane blooms and the autumn moon is bright.”
Show starts at 7:30 PM
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