Monday, December 1, 2014

Tuesday's Fright Film Tidbit

Son of Dracula (1943), is noted for being the first film to actually show a vampire physically transforming into a bat on screen. The effect was achieved by special-effects wizard, John P. Fulton who also created the special-effects for The Invisible Man (1933). He would later win an Academy Award in 1957 for his work on The Ten Commandments (1956), mainly for his work on the parting of the Red Sea.

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