director Frank R. Strayer
Actually there are a few good lines in this “vampire” picture. Condemned to Live is a cheap 1930’s thriller-maybe-horror film from the Invincible Pictures studio. While it’s not exactly Poverty Row, it’s also not exactly the big time either.
Vampirism as seen in Condemned to Live is a disease, transferred by vampire bat to pregnant woman to fetus, eventually showing itself in middle age when that fetus has grown up into a noble member of the gentry. The transformation is werewolf-like (not a constant state of being), but only requires a scowling countenance, lost memory, and biting people to death.
There is not a lot here, though it’s also hardly worthless.