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  1. Apparently there originally were references to the Monster's blindness in the script, but these were cut from the finished film, along with Lugosi's dialogue. This was supposedly after a preview in which audiences laughed anytime the Monster spoke. I don't know that it was any more ridiculous than hearing Lugosi's voice coming out of Chaney's mouth at the end of Ghost Of Frankenstein, but we'll never know, as the footage has never been found.
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