Mother Riley Meets the Vampire
1952 film by John Gilling
Mother Riley Meets the Vampire (also known as Vampire Over London or My Son the Vampire) is a 1952 film about a scientist known as the vampire who gets mixed up with an old woman.
- Directed by John Gilling. Written by Val Valentine.
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- Hitchcock: I'm curious to know why you always sleep in your evening clothes.
- Von Housen: Really?
- Hitchcock: Yes, Master.
- Von Housen: I was buried in them.
- Von Housen: When I came in, I saw you looking at that painting. Do you like bats?
- Mrs. Riley: No, I hate them. They give me cold shivers up and down me brisket.
- Von Housen: That's a great pity. That happens to be my brother.
- P. C. Freddie: Sleeps in a coffin? Don't be dark.
- Tilly: I tell you he does. I've seen it.
- P. C. Freddie: Where?
- Tilly: In his bedroom. He hasn't got a bed in there. He's only got a coffin.
- P. C. Freddie: Listen, my old aunt Agatha likes sleeping in a rocking chair. There's nothing usual about that. The old boy prefers a coffin, well that's his funeral.
- Arthur Lucan — Old Mother Riley
- Bela Lugosi — Von Housen
- María Mercedes — Julia Loretti
- Dora Bryan — Tilly
- Philip Leaver — Anton Daschomb
- Richard Wattis — PC Freddie
- Graham Moffatt — The Yokel
- Roderick Lovell — Douglas
- David Hurst — Mugsy
- Judith Furse — Freda
- Ian Wilson — Hitchcock, the butler
- Hattie Jacques — Mrs. Jenks
- Dandy Nichols — Mrs. Mott
- Cyril Smith — Mr. Paine, the Rent Collector
- George Benson — Police Sergeant
- Bill Shine — Mugsy's Assistant
- Mother Riley Meets the Vampire quotes at the Internet Movie Database