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One of the best early 20th century horror films, The Vampire Bat is pure frightful fun. There’s a problem in the small town of Kleinschloss: people are being murdered, found drained entirely of their blood! The townfolk suspect a resurgence of vampires. The police inspector doesn’t want to believe what the rest of the village fears, and in his denial suspicion falls on the poor simpleton Herman Gleib (Dwight Frye). However, once Gleib has been taken care of, the murders continue. Though standards for gore have changed, The Vampire Bat continues to be worth viewing because of its fine production and superb cast. Fans of this genre will not want to miss one of the best vampire films ever produced.