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Vincent Price

Vincent Price


Birthdate: May 27, 1911

Deathdate: October 25, 1993

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Vincent Leonard Price, Jr. (May 27, 1911 – October 25, 1993) was an American actor, well known for his distinctive voice and serio-comic attitude in a series of horror films made in the latter part of his career. Description above from the Wikipedia article Vincent Price, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia. ...detailed bio

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Hansel and Gretel (1982)

The story features an all-Japanese cast as the eponymous characters: a poor toymaker, his son and daughter (Hansel and Gretel), and his wicked new wife. The evil, greedy stepmother, who overtly despises her stepchildren, leads them out into the woods, which is a labyrinth from which the children ...
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Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid (1982)

In the opening scene, John Hay Forrest (George Gaynes), noted scientist and cheesemaker, dies in a single-vehicle car accident (represented by the car wreck scene from Keeper of the Flame). In the next scene, private investigator Rigby Reardon (Steve Martin) is reading a newspaper when Forrest's ...
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Freddie the Freeloader's Christmas Dinner (1981)

Freddie the Freeloader prepares to scrape together money and enjoy a Christmas dinner with his equally poverty-stricken friend Professor Humperdo at one of New York's fancy restaurants. Along the way, he visits a hospital and entertains some children for Christmas. The special includes drama, mi...
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The Monster Club (1981)

A fictionalized version of Chetwynd-Hayes (Carradine) is approached on a city street by a strange man (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 titula...
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Pogo for President: 'I Go Pogo' (1980)

Pogo the Possum attempts to run for President with help of his fellow animal friends.
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Scavenger Hunt (1979)

Milton Parker (Vincent Price), an elderly and eccentric game inventor, dies after losing a video game with his seductive nurse (Carol Wayne). Following his funeral, Parker's greedy and estranged relatives show up at his mansion for the reading of his will. They learn from lawyer Charles Bernstein...
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Percy's Progress (1978)

A chemical in the water supply makes all men impotent. Percy, the man with the world's first penis transplant, is not affected as he doesn't drink water: he only drinks champagne.
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Welcome to My Nightmare (1976)

Welcome to My Nightmare is a 1976 music concert film of Alice Cooper's show of the same name, produced, directed and choreographed by David Winters. The film accompanied the album, the stage show (also produced, directed and choreographed by Winters) by the same name and the TV Special Alice Coop...
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The Butterfly Ball (1976)

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Journey into Fear (1975)

Graham, a geologist, discovers a rich oil deposit in the mountains of Turkey that creates a dangerous conflict between Turks and Arabs. His life suddenly in peril, Graham tries to escape aboard a boat with the assistance of Kupelkin from the Turkish embassy. The passengers he encounters include ...
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Alice Cooper: The Nightmare (1975)

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Madhouse (1974)

Price plays Paul Toombes, a horror actor whose trademark role is 'Dr. Death'. Years after a scandal ends his film career (his fiancee is murdered and Toombes ends up in an asylum, suspected but never convicted of the crime), the embittered Toombes revives his skull-faced character for a televisio...
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Theatre of Blood (1973)

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 aw...
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Columbo: Lovely But Lethal (1973)

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Dr. Phibes Rises Again (1972)

Dr. Phibes awakens in 1928, three years after the events of the previous movie. His primary goal is the awakening of his dead wife, Victoria. He finds that his house has been demolished, and that the papyrus scrolls he needs to find the Pharaoh's tomb, where the River of Life flows, have been sto...
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What's a Nice Girl Like You...? (1971)

Shirley, a fiery Bronx bombshell, has become the target of kidnappers — though she can't figure out why.
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Here Comes Peter Cottontail (1971)

Seymour S. Sassafrass, an eccentric, yet friendly peddler, and inventor, tells the tale of Peter Cottontail, a young Easter Bunny who lives in April Valley, where the Chief Easter Bunny supervises such Easter items as colored eggs and chocolate candy. Colonel Wellington B. Bunny, the retiring Ch...
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The Abominable Dr. Phibes (1971)

In 1925 Anton Phibes, a horribly disfigured genius supposedly killed in a car crash, is convinced that his beloved wife died a victim of incompetent doctors, and begins elaborate plans to kill them. Inspector Trout suspects Phibes, but finds little support from Scotland Yard. Eventually Dr. Vesal...
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Mooch Goes to Hollywood (1971)

Mooch Goes to Hollywood is a 1971 television movie about an ambitious dog and her attempts to become a canine star after befriending Zsa Zsa Gabor, who provides the pooch with the skinny on the INs and OUTs of achieving Hollywood fame. The 55-minute-long film was directed by Richard Erdman and co...
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An Evening of Edgar Allan Poe (1970)

An Evening of Edgar Allan Poe (1970) is a 52-minute film which features Vincent Price, in front of a live audience, reciting four of Edgar Allan Poe's stories. The stories included are: "The Tell-Tale Heart", "The Sphinx", "The Cask of Amontillado" and "The Pit and the Pendulum".