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Based on the novel by Victor Hugo and masterfully directed by Paul Leni! Blu-ray/DVD Dual Format Edition. Flicker Alley, in partnership with Universal ...
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Additional DVD options, Edition, Discs ... by Mary Philbin DVD ... The Man Who Laughs (The Silent Classic That Inspired The Joker) Bonus-Horror Trailers.
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Disfigured and alone, Gwynplaine rescues a blind girl named Dea (Mary Philbin), and both end up starring in a sideshow where they fall in love. Because she ...
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Featuring a masterful performance from Veidt along with beautiful and haunting photography, THE MAN WHO LAUGHS is one of the silent era's great horror films ...
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Jun 7, 2019 · Based on Victor Hugo's 1869 novel L'Homme qui Rit, The Man Who Laughs starred German import Conrad Veidt as Gwynplaine, a carnival freak ...
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How can I watch The Man Who Laughs?
Streaming on Roku. The Man Who Laughs, a drama movie starring Conrad Veidt, Mary Philbin, and Olga Baclanova is available to stream now. Watch it on The Halloween Channel or FlixFling on your Roku device.
Is the Joker based on The Man Who Laughs?
The 1928 silent film, The Man Who Laughs, was the main inspiration behind Joker's creepy and iconic smile. This silent film was based on a tragic novel written by author Victor Hugo. Contrary to the Joker, the main character of The Man Who Laughs was a tragic figure who actually tried to help people.
Is the man who laughs scary?
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Jun 7, 2019 · Shop The Man Who Laughs [Blu-ray/DVD] [1928] at Best Buy. Find low everyday prices and buy online for delivery or in-store pick-up.
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Sep 29, 2003 · Early on in Paul Leni's The Man Who Laughs, the surgically perma-grinning Gwynplaine looks at himself in his dressing-room mirror.
A DVD review by Glenn Erickson (DVD Savant) of the film The Man Who Laughs.