VINCENT PRICE : TRIBUTE

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Lean, effete, and sinister, Vincent Price was among the movies’ greatest villains as well as one of the horror genre’s most beloved and enduring stars. Though he essayed many different types of characters, his forays into horror remained by far his most popular

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WIKIPEDIA

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Vincent Price filmography

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VINCENT PRICE RAPS TO THRILLER

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Batman Villians – Egghead

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The Monster Club – Full Movie – 1980

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A fictionalized version of author R. Chetwynd-Hayes (John Carradine) is approached on a city street by a strange man (Vincent Price) who turns out to be a starving vampire named Eramus. Eramus bites the writer, and in gratitude for the small “donation”, takes his (basically unharmed but bewildered) victim to the Monster Club, which is a covert gathering place for a multitude of supernatural creatures. In between the club’s unique music and dance performances, Eramus introduces three stories about his fellow creatures of the night.

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Theatre of Blood 1973

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Edward Kendall Sheridan Lionheart (Vincent Price), had thought he was the greatest Shakespearean actor of his day. Abetted by his daughter Edwina (Diana Rigg), Lionheart sets about murdering, one by one, a group of critics who had both ridiculed his acting throughout his career and declined to award him their “Critic’s Circle Award for Best Actor”, which Lionheart felt was merited by his final season of performances in various Shakespearean plays; humiliated in the aftermath of the awards ceremony, he attempts suicide and is presumed dead. Unbeknownst to the critics, and the police, Lionheart survives the suicide attempt and is adopted into a community of meths-drinking vagrants who do his bidding…

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Kermit the Frog Bites Vincent Price

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