I watched London After Midnight and taped Dreyer's Vampyr (alas in slp mode). I've never seen the Dreyer film, so I taped it to watch it later.
I thought London After Midnight was worth watching to see what the film might have been like. After seeing the photos of Chaney's makeup for all these years, it was interesting to see it in context of the story (though I had an idea how the story would go, having seen the remake-Mark of the Vampire-several years earlier).
I cannot say that this project was as successful as Greed. At least we have 2+ hours of Greed in moving picture form, along with all those stills. The lack of ANY of the footage from L.A.M. made it impossible to get a feel for how the film was edited, how "fast" it moved, etc. It did appear to be a faster-moving version of the story than the talkie remake.
But, it is interesting from a historical perspective at least, to get an idea of what this extremely popular (apparently it was THE most popular Browning/Chaney effort) movie was like. Had I taped it, I don't think I would watch it very often (like I do watch Greed from time-to-time), but I am glad I got a chance to at least get a glimpse of a lost film. It's a good thing they took so many stills!
After London After Midnight, TCM showed the remake-Mark of the Vampire, followed by Vampyr and Nosferatu. All-in-all, an interesting lineup for Halloween.