~London After Midnight~
Five years after the "suicide" death of Roger Balfour in his London home, detective-inspector Burke
is still investigating, unable to believe that Balfour committed suicide. Sir James Hamlin, Balfour's
closest friend; Arthur Hibbs, Hamlin's nephew; Lucille, Balfour's daughter; and the butler: these
are all still suspected. Inspector Burke, an accomplished hypnotist, solves the mystery by
hypnotizing the primary suspects, Hibbs and Hamlin, placing them in the murder setting, and
observing their reactions. Drawing a blank with Hibbs, who is in love with Lucille, Burke discovers
that his man is Hamlin.

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Lon Chaney ...  Professor Edward C. Burke
Marceline Day ...  Lucille Balfour
Henry B. Walthall ...  Sir.James Hamlin
Percy Williams ...  Williams, Balfour's Butler
Conrad Nagel ...  Arthur Hibbs
Polly Moran ...  Miss Smithson, the New Maid
Edna Tichenor ...  Luna, Bat Girl
Claude King ...  Roger Balfour
Andy MacLennan ...  Bat Girl's Assistant
Allan Cavan ...  Real Estate Broker (uncredited)
Jules Cowles ...  Gallagher (uncredited)
~330-22: Lon Chaney & Polly Moran~
~330-128: Lon Chaney, Marceline Day & Polly
~330-175: Lon Chaney~
~Plot Synopsis~
Directed by: Tod Browning

Written by:
Tod Browning - story "The Hypnotist"
Waldemar Young - scenario
Joseph Farnham - titles
~330-125: Lon Chaney & Polly Moran~
~330-156: Lon Chaney, Marceline Day & Polly
~330-102: Conrad Nagel, ? & Lon Chaney~
~Polly Moran, Marceline Day &  Lon Chaney~
~Marceline Day & Lon Chaney~
~Polly Moran & Lon Chaney~
~Lon Chaney~
~Remaining Credits~

Produced & Released by: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)

Producer: Tod Browning
Producer: Irving Thalberg (uncredited)
Cinematography by: Merritt B. Gerstad
Film Editing by: Harry Reynolds & Errol Taggart (uncredited)
Set Decoration by: Cedric Gibbons & A. Arnold Gillespie
Makeup Artist:
Lon Chaney
Assistant Director: Harry Sharrock
Assistant Camera: Wallace Chewning
Wardrober: Lucia Coulter
Set Musicians: Jack Feinberg & Sam Feinberg
Cue Sheet Compiler: Ernst Luz

Length: 7 Reels
Runtime: 69 Minutes
Released: December 17, 1927