Bernard Schubert


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Mark Of The Vampire (1935) - They Will Take Their Revenge Director Tod Browning opens big with gypsies, bats, an owl, smoke and more before jumping to the frightened innkeeper (Michael Visaroff) and wife (Rosemary Glosz) and timid doctor (Donald Meek), in his MGM Dracula spinoff, Mark Of The Vampire, 1935, starring Bela Lugosi.
Mark Of The Vampire (1935) - A Certain Thorny Weed Lionel Barrymore (Professor Zelin) taking over treatment of vampire-bitten Irena (Elizabeth Allen), while her guardian the Baron (Jean Hersholt) tells the inspector (Lionel Atwill) that her dad may not be dead, then ensuing chatter, in director Tod Browning's Mark Of The Vampire, 1935.
Mark Of The Vampire (1935) - This Is No Time For Levity Servants (Leila Bennett, Ivan Simpson) bat-proofing, the count (Bela Lugosi) undeterred, inspector (Lionel Atwill) doubtful, professor (Lionel Barrymore) advises the baron (Jean Hersholt), Elizabeth Allen under guard, her dad (Holmes Herbert) confirmed un-dead, in Mark Of The Vampire, 1935.
Mark Of The Vampire (1935) - The Darkness Won't Hurt Us Director Tod Browning introduces Count Mora and daughter Luna (Bela Lugosi, Carol Borland) with lots of schlock, then her encounter with the chauffeur and new maid (Franklyn Ardell, Leila Bennett), Jean Hersholt their boss, Elizabeth Allan his ward Irena, in MGM's Mark Of The Vampire, 1935.
Symphony Of Six Million (1932) - Felix Would Do Anything Now-affluent uptown Jewish doctor Felix (Ricardo Cortez) is fending off a friendly patient (Josephine Whittell) while his father (Gregory Ratoff) waits, their visit broken up by younger brother Magnus (Noel Madison), in producer David O. Selznick's Symphony Of Six Million, 1932.
Symphony Of Six Million (1932) - Felix Would Do Anything Disabled teacher and childhood girlfriend Jessica (Irene Dunne) visits the New York Jewish ghetto to see the parents of Felix (Ricardo Cortez, not seen), now a well-to-do doctor, getting particular attention from mother Hanna (Anna Appel), in Symphony Of Six Million, 1932.
Symphony Of Six Million (1932) - Two Cash Customers Disabled teacher Jessica (first scene for Irene Dunne) at work, visited by childhood sweetheart Felix (Ricardo Cortez), now a doctor, who proposes a date at Dreamland, a real Coney Island attraction, in producer David O. Selznick's Symphony Of Six Million, 1932.

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