London after midnight (1927) starring the man of a thousand faces Lon Chaney. As of now no print exist of the film so it is considered a lost film, there are plenty of stills from the movie as well as promotional photos, posters and existing script related to this film. Some years back a reconstruction of the film was made using the production stills and utilizing the script to construct a movie that told the story as closely as they could. I would recommend seeing that if interested and they do play it on the "TCM" station from time to time and usually around Halloween. Of course, the great makeup job by Lon Chaney has become iconic and influential over the years. A remake of this film was later made in 1935 entitled " Mark of the Vampire" starring Bela Lugosi, and both films were directed by the same director Tod Browning who also directed the original Universal "Dracula" movie in 1931.
You can check out more info about the film on IMDb:[link]
as well as wiki:[link]