Get out the garlic and the wooden stakes for this two-fanged double feature. In THE VAMPIRE BAT, a village is in terror because townsfolk are dying. Is it vampire bats or a mad scientist who needs blood for his experiments' Film buffs will be interested to know this classic horror movie was filmed on the old Universal Studios lot. In the second feature, DEVIL BAT'S DAUGHTER, Nina (Rosemary La Planche) worries she's inherited her late father's murderous tendencies. Nina is convinced her late father was a vampire, and that his ghost is trying to possess her and make her drink the blood of the living. This horror-mystery film from PRC studios is a sequel to its 1940 Bela Lugosi vehicle THE DEVIL BAT.
In the first Vampire Hunter Dr. von Niemann treats victims as angry villagers single out simple-minded Dwight Frye just because he happens to love bats (1933) In the Second, Lugosi's daughter Nina (from the original "Devil Bat") has nightmares and is convinced that she herself is a vampire! (1946)