Lon Chaney is a monster movie and Hollywood legend, and returning guests Scott & Tracey Morris were fortunate enough to watch the master in the 1925 film The Phantom of the Opera (dir. Rupert Julian) at the Historic Artcraft Theatre last weekend. This was a first-time viewing for them, and they share their thoughts about the film, and the screening, with Derek and Monster Kid Radio. Be sure to visit our complete website at http://www.monsterkidradio.net.
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