Vincent Price in horror films

And many more!

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brudesworld:

Trailer for Roger Corman’s Tales of Terror (1962).  2:17 min.

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oldprojectionroom:

The Raven (1963)

oldprojectionroom:

The Raven (1963)

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brudesworld:

“While I nodded, nearly napping, suddenly there came a tapping, as of someone gently rapping, rapping at my chamber door.”
Poster art by Reynold Brown, 1963.
http://monsterbrains.blogspot.com/2011/08/amazing-poster-art-of-reynold-brown.html

The Raven (1963) produced and directed by Roger Corman, staring Vincent Price, Peter Lorre, Boris Karloff and a young Jack Nicholson. Loosely based on the Edgar Allen Poe poem of the same name. Very loosely.

brudesworld:

“While I nodded, nearly napping, suddenly there came a tapping, as of someone gently rapping, rapping at my chamber door.”

Poster art by Reynold Brown, 1963.

http://monsterbrains.blogspot.com/2011/08/amazing-poster-art-of-reynold-brown.html

The Raven (1963) produced and directed by Roger Corman, staring Vincent Price, Peter Lorre, Boris Karloff and a young Jack Nicholson. Loosely based on the Edgar Allen Poe poem of the same name. Very loosely.

UPDATE: this is apparently some other David Lynch, not the director, who would have already been in his teens at this time.

HORROR FAN — David Lynch, 11, who dotes on horror movies, is greeted by Vincent Price during the actor’s appearance last night at Hartwick College in Oneanta. The youngster is son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lynch of Walton.
nevver:

When legends gather

UPDATE: this is apparently some other David Lynch, not the director, who would have already been in his teens at this time.

HORROR FAN — David Lynch, 11, who dotes on horror movies, is greeted by Vincent Price during the actor’s appearance last night at Hartwick College in Oneanta. The youngster is son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lynch of Walton.

nevver:

When legends gather

The Raven is the only time these three horror movie giants appeared on screen together. It is also one of Jack Nicholson’s first appearances.  He’s really only the Jack we’ve come to know and love when he’s possessed with some “diabolical mind control.”
The film is quite silly, and not to be taken even remotely seriously. As such, Corman’s silly special effects fit right in. It’s a good watch if you have nostalgia for these horror giants, or like “so bad they’re good” films. Beyond that — there’s nothing particularly important or interesting about the film itself, but still I enjoy it immensely.
This is Scix in the back row, under diabolical mind control.
The Raven (1963) produced and directed by Roger Corman, staring Vincent Price, Peter Lorre, Boris Karloff and a young Jack Nicholson. Loosely inspired by the Edgar Allen Poe poem of the same name. Very loosely. In 1935, Karloff starred in a film directed by Lew Landers with the same title, with Béla Lugosi.

The Raven is the only time these three horror movie giants appeared on screen together. It is also one of Jack Nicholson’s first appearances.  He’s really only the Jack we’ve come to know and love when he’s possessed with some “diabolical mind control.”

The film is quite silly, and not to be taken even remotely seriously. As such, Corman’s silly special effects fit right in. It’s a good watch if you have nostalgia for these horror giants, or like “so bad they’re good” films. Beyond that — there’s nothing particularly important or interesting about the film itself, but still I enjoy it immensely.

This is Scix in the back row, under diabolical mind control.

The Raven (1963) produced and directed by Roger Corman, staring Vincent Price, Peter Lorre, Boris Karloff and a young Jack Nicholson. Loosely inspired by the Edgar Allen Poe poem of the same name. Very loosely.

In 1935, Karloff starred in a film directed by Lew Landers with the same title, with Béla Lugosi.

Vincent Price as “Craven”

Peter Lorre as “Bedlo”

Boris Karloff as “Scarabus”

Hazel Court as “Lenore”

Olive Sturgess as “Estelle”

Jack Nicholson as “Rexford”

I like it when they do this with credits.

The Raven (1963) produced and directed by Roger Corman, staring Vincent Price, Peter Lorre, Boris Karloff and a young Jack Nicholson. Loosely inspired by the Edgar Allen Poe poem of the same name. Very loosely.

In 1935, Karloff starred in a film directed by Lew Landers with the same title, with Béla Lugosi.

"Shut your beak. Quoth the raven, ‘Nevermore.’"

The Raven (1963) produced and directed by Roger Corman, staring Vincent Price, Peter Lorre, Boris Karloff and a young Jack Nicholson. Loosely inspired by the Edgar Allen Poe poem of the same name. Very loosely.

In 1935, Karloff starred in a film directed by Lew Landers with the same title, with Béla Lugosi.

The sorcerous duel continues.

The Raven (1963) produced and directed by Roger Corman, staring Vincent Price, Peter Lorre, Boris Karloff and a young Jack Nicholson. Loosely inspired by the Edgar Allen Poe poem of the same name. Very loosely.

In 1935, Karloff starred in a film directed by Lew Landers with the same title, with Béla Lugosi.

Staring each other down.

The Raven (1963) produced and directed by Roger Corman, staring Vincent Price, Peter Lorre, Boris Karloff and a young Jack Nicholson. Loosely inspired by the Edgar Allen Poe poem of the same name. Very loosely.

In 1935, Karloff starred in a film directed by Lew Landers with the same title, with Béla Lugosi.

"A duel to the death."

"A duel to the death."

The Raven (1963) produced and directed by Roger Corman, staring Vincent Price, Peter Lorre, Boris Karloff and a young Jack Nicholson. Loosely inspired by the Edgar Allen Poe poem of the same name. Very loosely.

In 1935, Karloff starred in a film directed by Lew Landers with the same title, with Béla Lugosi.

Sorcerous duel — with typical Corman effects.

The Raven (1963) produced and directed by Roger Corman, staring Vincent Price, Peter Lorre, Boris Karloff and a young Jack Nicholson. Loosely inspired by the Edgar Allen Poe poem of the same name. Very loosely.

In 1935, Karloff starred in a film directed by Lew Landers with the same title, with Béla Lugosi.

"You and I of the occult dedication know only too well the deceptiveness of what appears to be."

"Yes, that is true."

The Raven (1963) produced and directed by Roger Corman, staring Vincent Price, Peter Lorre, Boris Karloff and a young Jack Nicholson. Loosely inspired by the Edgar Allen Poe poem of the same name. Very loosely.

In 1935, Karloff starred in a film directed by Lew Landers with the same title, with Béla Lugosi.

"That’s a fine boy you have. Does he favor his mother?"

"She favors him."

The Raven (1963) produced and directed by Roger Corman, staring Vincent Price, Peter Lorre, Boris Karloff and a young Jack Nicholson. Loosely inspired by the Edgar Allen Poe poem of the same name. Very loosely.

In 1935, Karloff starred in a film directed by Lew Landers with the same title, with Béla Lugosi.

"This is my son, Rexford. This is Dr. Craven…"

Enchante, ma cher.”

There’s Jack Nicholson, friends and neighbors. He only has eyes for Craven’s daughter. Dr. Bedlo doesn’t seem too impressed with Rexford.

The Raven (1963) produced and directed by Roger Corman, staring Vincent Price, Peter Lorre, Boris Karloff and a young Jack Nicholson. Loosely inspired by the Edgar Allen Poe poem of the same name. Very loosely.

In 1935, Karloff starred in a film directed by Lew Landers with the same title, with Béla Lugosi.