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1911 - Italian film Dantes' Inferno (L'inferno).

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Good call, forgot about that one!
Full video for L'Inferno:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bo4T3GUL9I0

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I wanna give this a shot, we're almost at the easy years.

For 1912 there's another adaptation of Jekyll and Hyde, apparently the earliest version to still exist.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RZ-1fMu_-YQ

Check this site here for a cool read on some early horror flicks:
http://midnitemedia.blogspot.ca/2010/05 … -1912.html

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^^^
Nice little site right there mister Theli. Bookmarked, thanks.

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1912-  Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by director Lucius Henderson, starring James Cruze in the dual lead.

http://vimeo.com/20026199

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You guys are quick!

1913- The Student of Prague (1913) - 1st Horror Feature Film - Edgar Allan Poe


http://youtu.be/NWycNxqotmQ

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1914
- The Ghost Breaker
- The Avenging Specter
- The Fiends of Hell
- The Phantom Violin
- The Suicide Club

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1915 had the first version of Paul Wegner's The Golem. Unfortunately most of it is lost, but here's a few clips:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dQ6uX8P240s

As well as another mostly lost film Les Vampires:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_5Fzy8RVYfU

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1916
The Devil's Toy
The Haunted Bell
A Night of Horror
The Wheel of Death
The Crimson Stain Mystery
The Man Without A Soul

Also: 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1EYdSCkYq8U
I couldn't find any other links, unfortunately.
Next up...

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1917 - Fear, starring Conrad Veidt (he of The Man Who Laughs and The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari fame).

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ALRAUNE [1918]
Very nice Vampire one.
http://www.cinemedioevo.net/Vampiria/Fi … _Illes.htm

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1919:
It seems somewhat disputed if The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari was released in 1919 or 1920, so I leave it to better judgment, just know that it's one of the greatest films ever made. Rivalled only by another great film to be released a mere 2 or 3 years later.

The first ever horror anthology was released in 1919, Eerie Tales, also featuring a young Conrad Veidt. Though it can be seen on Youtube, it greatly annoys me that there seems to be no DVD release of this film.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u0pl5xQdQAQ

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1920 -- The Penalty, starring Lon Chaney.

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1921- The Phantom Carriage


The last person to die on New Year’s Eve before the clock strikes twelve is doomed to take the reins of Death’s chariot and work tirelessly collecting fresh souls for the next year. So says the legend that drives The Phantom Carriage (Körkarlen), directed by the father of Swedish cinema, Victor Sjöström



http://youtu.be/V507QGhLWRY

http://youtu.be/HoqCsMUoN1c


The Phantom Carriage and The Shining have something in common...

http://youtu.be/1uIo036iUws

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1921- The Haunted Castle

http://youtu.be/zRuWOowfupo

In the castle Vogeloed, a few aristocrats are awaiting baroness Safferstätt. But first count Oetsch invites himself.  Everyone thinks he murdered his brother, baroness Safferstat's first husband, three years ago. So he is rather undesirable. But Oetsch stays.  Arguing he is not the murderer and will find the real one.

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1920-  The Golem

http://youtu.be/QTEN9JL1A_g


In 16th-century Prague, a Jewish rabbi creates a giant creature from clay, called the Golem, and using sorcery, brings the creature to life in order to protect the Jews of Prague from persecution.

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1922-  Nosferatu

http://youtu.be/KO5mMVeFZEQ

Still scary after all these years! 

"F. W. Murnau's landmark vampire film Nosferatu isn't merely a variation on Bram Stoker's Dracula: it's a direct steal, so much so that Stoker's widow went to court, demanding in vain that the Murnau film be suppressed and destroyed. The character names have been changed to protect the guilty (in the original German prints, at least), but devotees of Stoker will have little trouble recognizing their Dracula counterparts. The film begins in the Carpathian mountains, where real estate agent Hutter (Gustav von Wagenheim) has arrived to close a sale with the reclusive Herr Orlok (Max Schreck). Despite the feverish warnings of the local peasants, Hutter insists upon completing his journey to Orlok's sinister castle. While enjoying his host's hospitality, Hutter accidently cuts his finger-whereupon Orlok tips his hand by staring intently at the bloody digit, licking his lips. Hutter catches on that Orlok is no ordinary mortal when he witnesses the vampiric nobleman loading himself into a coffin in preparation for his journey to Bremen. By the time the ship bearing Orlok arrives at its destination, the captain and crew have all been killed-and partially devoured. There follows a wave of mysterious deaths in Bremen, which the local authorities attribute to a plague of some sort. But Ellen, Hutter's wife, knows better. Armed with the knowledge that a vampire will perish upon exposure to the rays of the sun, Ellen offers herself to Orlok, deliberately keeping him "entertained" until sunrise. At the cost of her own life, Ellen ends Orlok's reign of terror once and for all. Rumors still persist that Max Schreck, the actor playing Nosferatu, was actually another, better-known performer in disguise. Whatever the case, Schreck's natural countenance was buried under one of the most repulsive facial makeups in cinema history-one that was copied to even greater effect by Klaus Kinski in Werner Herzog's 1979 remake - Nosferatu the Vampyre. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi"

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^My favourite!
1923: The Hunchback of Notre Dame feat. Lon Chaney