The Phantom of the Opera

The Phantom of the Opera (1925)

The greatest horror film of modern cinema!

  • Genre: Drama, Horror
  • Release Date: 1925-09-22
  • User Rating: 7.0/10 from 330 ratings
  • Runtime: 1h 47min
  • Language: No Language
  • Production Company: Universal Pictures
  • Production Country: United States of America
  • Directors: Rupert Julian, Lon Chaney, Ernst Laemmle, Edward Sedgwick.
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The deformed Phantom who haunts the Paris Opera House causes murder and mayhem in an attempt to make the woman he loves a star.

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  • Lon Chaney

    as Erik, The Phantom
  • Norman Kerry

    as Vicomte Raoul de Chagny
  • Mary Philbin

    as Christine Daaé
  • Arthur Edmund Carewe

    as Ledoux
  • Gibson Gowland

    as Simon Buquet
  • Snitz Edwards

    as Florine Papillon
  • John St. Polis

    as Comte Philip de Chagny
  • Virginia Pearson

    as Carlotta
  • Olive Ann Alcorn

    as La Sorelli (uncredited)
  • Betty Van Allen

    as Ballerina (uncredited)
  • Betty Arthur

    as Ballet Dancer (uncredited)
  • Joseph Belmont

    as Stage Manager (uncredited)
  • Alexander Bevani

    as Mephistopheles (uncredited)
  • Earl Gordon Bostwick

    as Minor Role (uncredited)
  • Ethel Broadhurst

    as Frightened Ballerina (uncredited)
  • Edward Cecil

    as Faust (uncredited)
  • Ruth Clifford

    as Ballerina (uncredited)
  • Chester Conklin

    as Orderly (uncredited)
  • Roy Coulson

    as The Jester (uncredited)
  • Bruce Covington

    as M. Moncharmin (uncredited)
  • Ward Crane

    as Count Ruboff (uncredited)
  • George Davis

    as Guard at Christine's Door (uncredited)
  • Madame Fiorenza

    as Mme. Giry - Keeper of the Box (uncredited)
  • Alan George

    as Undetermined Secondary Role (uncredited)
  • Cesare Gravina

    as Manager (uncredited)
  • William Humphrey

    as M. Debienne (uncredited)
  • Carla Laemmle

    as Prima Ballerina (uncredited)
  • Grace Marvin

    as Martha (uncredited)
  • John Miljan

    as Valentin (uncredited)
  • Edith Murgatroyd

    as Mama Valerius (uncredited)
  • Templar Saxe

    as Bit Role in Faust (uncredited)
  • Bernard Siegel

    as Joseph Buquet (uncredited)
  • William Tyroler

    as Director of Opera Orchestra (uncredited)
  • Vola Vale

    as Ballerina / Christines Maid (uncredited)
  • Ellinor Vanderveer

    as Operagoer (uncredited)
  • Anton Vaverka

    as Prompter (uncredited)
  • Josephine Haynes Webster

    as Ballerina (uncredited)
  • George B. Williams

    as M. Ricard (uncredited)
  • Ed Wolff

    as Mob Leader at Finale (uncredited)
Editing Gilmore Walker Editor
Art Elmer Sheeley Art Direction
Visual Effects Jerome Ash Visual Effects Supervisor
Production Carl Laemmle Producer
Art Charles D. Hall Art Direction
Camera Milton Bridenbecker Director of Photography
Art Ben Carré Production Design
Editing Edward Curtiss Editor
Costume & Make-Up Lon Chaney Makeup Artist
Camera Virgil Miller Director of Photography
Editing Maurice Pivar Editor
Directing Rupert Julian Director
Camera Charles Van Enger Director of Photography
Art Russell A. Gausman Set Decoration
Camera Roman Freulich Still Photographer
Writing Gaston Leroux Novel
Writing Winifred Reeve Dialogue
Sound Jack Foley Sound
Directing Lon Chaney Director
Directing Ernst Laemmle Director
Directing Edward Sedgwick Director
Art Walter Anthony Title Designer
Writing Elliott J. Clawson Adaptation
Crew Bernard McConville Treatment
Art Tom Reed Title Designer
Writing Raymond L. Schrock Adaptation
Sound Sam Perry Original Music Composer
Directing Joe Pasternak Assistant Director
Art Charles Gemora Set Designer
Camera Cliff Shirpser Assistant Camera
Sound C. Roy Hunter Recording Supervision