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HAPPY FRIDAY THE 13th- Hope you have a truly lucky day-MonsterGirl
The Film Score Freak wants to pay tribute to The Man of a Thousand Faces, the inimitable Lon Chaney Sr. who’s evocative style of physical performance, volatile and poignant, effusive, penetrating and always sublime characterizations created some of the most memorable roles in cinematic history.
Happy Birthday Lon Chaney, we here at The Last Drive In wish you never get slapped, never to be unknown, never to be in the shadows or swing from a bell unless you’re ringing it for joy, to keep your wonderful face unmasked and the music playing til the ends of time, no matter how many thumbs or arms or legs you have, or whatever unholy mischief you might be up to, we adore you forever from here to Zanzibar….
Happy Birthday Lon Chaney-With love to a man of many monsters from a MonsterGirl
The Phantom of The Opera 1925 starring Lon Chaney and Mary Philbin
A mad, disfigured composer seeks love with a lovely young opera singer. Starring the man of a thousand faces Lon Chaney as Erik The Phantom and the lovely Mary Philbin as Christine Daae.
Here I’ve taken beautiful scenes from Phantom and edited them together with my song Bulldozer from my album Fools and Orphans.
For tragic love runs between both the song and the eternal story of undying and unrequited love!
the lovely Mary Philbin.
A tragic love…!
“A masterpiece of horror that shocked cinema for decades!”
JoGabriel the girl behind the mask of MonsterGirl!