PHANTOM OF THE OPERA (1925/1929)
A vengeful, masked composer (Lon Chaney) prowls the depths of the Paris Opera House, appearing only when his love for the beautiful young singer Christine (Mary Philbin) can be stifled no longer. Lon Chaney, "the Man of a Thousand Faces," created one of his most iconic and haunting performances in this hugely influential gothic melodrama. Restored by Film Preservation Associates and featuring the original tints and Technicolor of the 1929 theatrical version, as well as the meticulously hand-colored sequences that reproduce the Handschiegl Color Process. DIR Rupert Julian; SCR Elliott J. Clawson, Raymond L. Schrock, from the novel "Le Fantôme de l'Opéra" by Gaston Leroux; PROD Carl Laemmle. U.S., 1925/1929, b&w/tinted color/two-strip Technicolor, 92 min. Silent with English intertitles. NOT RATED
Restored in collaboration with David Shepard and Serge Bromberg.
No AFI Member passes accepted.
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