Who Likes-Vincent Price?

Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by Luvtemps, Nov 15, 2019.

  1. Simon A

    Simon A Arrr!

    My very favourite non-Horror film of his is the Robert Mitchum Comedy/Noir film His Kind of Woman (1951). If you're a fan of Price's, you need to see this. One of his greatest comedic roles and very underrated. In a film that features, Mitchum, Jane Russell, Tim Holt, Charles McGraw and Raymond Burr, Price steals the show effortlessly, not that the others are not at their usual best.


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  2. Jerry Horne

    Jerry Horne Peace Be With You.

    West Coast
    That's not filmmaker David Lynch by the way.
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  3. dkmonroe

    dkmonroe A completely self-taught idiot

    Whoooaaahhh! Is this album still in print? :laugh:
  4. Jack Lord

    Jack Lord Forum Resident

    Washington, DC
    There it is!
  5. Slack Babbath

    Slack Babbath Forum Resident

    Seven Seas Of Ryde
    And he was a great narrator ....so find yourself a comfortable chair and a drink of your choice and settle down and listen to ....
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  6. smilin ed

    smilin ed Forum Resident


    Price and Cushing in Island Genesis Pt 1
  7. johnod

    johnod Forum Resident

    I remember The Conqueror Worm being very scary when I was a kid.

    I just read some Wikipedia info about it, I can see why I found it scary.
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  8. skisdlimit

    skisdlimit Forum Resident

    Bellevue, WA
    +1 :agree: Can't say it any better than this. Vincent Price was quite simply one of the greats; much missed, but well remembered! :righton:
  9. Pratt

    Pratt Forum Resident

    Love Vincent! All of the Corman/Poe stuff is amazing!
    Witchfinder General
    Comedy Of Terrors
    Tons of stuff...
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  10. Classic Car Guy

    Classic Car Guy Forum Resident

    Northwest, USA
    The original "The Fly"
    Heeeeelp meeee...
  11. Karnak

    Karnak "81-82-83-84..."

    Yes. I remember him getting punched in the gut by a crusty Dana Andrews-'oh, are you hurt darling?'.:laugh: Another comical, enjoyable moment from a great actor.
    I don't think he was nearly as comical in Leave Her To Heaven, but he was nearly as huffy, self-important, but of course deceived by a character he didn't really know.
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  12. Karnak

    Karnak "81-82-83-84..."

    I saw Cry Of The Banshee(1970) when I was younger, and it scared the crap out of me. Price plays a truly loathsome character, and Hilary Dwyer is in that as well.
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  13. Stereosound

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  14. Stereosound

    Stereosound Forum Resident


  15. Yes this is for Chris Lee but Vincent Price has an amusing story when he appears.
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  16. Price gives a marvel0us performance in The Masque of The Red Death. It’s also getting a 4k restoration and reissue on Blu-ray.
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  17. Prophetzong

    Prophetzong Forum Resident

    Central VA
    Witchfinder General ( Conqueror Worm) was his best performance and movie ever IMHO.
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  18. John B Good

    John B Good Forum Hall Of Fame

    NS, Canada
    Waiting for Masque of the Red Death to come my way.
  19. The Wanderer

    The Wanderer Seeker of Truth

  20. Simon A

    Simon A Arrr!

    Peter Cushing was a welcomed face as well in the program but there is no better way to end that show than with Mr. Price showing how much he loved Mr. Lee. Thank you so much for sharing this!
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  21. Manapua

    Manapua Forum Resident

    Hats off to anyone who can do silly - Beach Party cameos, game show appearances - and truly horrific and evil (Witchfinder General). A true talent.
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  22. Pizza

    Pizza With extra pepperoni

    I got to interview him when I was writing for my college paper. He was wonderful.
  23. Big Jimbo

    Big Jimbo Forum Resident

    One film that he appeared in is “The Baron Arizona”, Samuel Fuller’s fictionalized account of James Reavis who ran one of the most audacious con games of the 19th century to get 18,600 acres in Arizona and New Mexico, collection $5.3 million ($163 million in today’s currency) in cash in promissory notes before getting caught.

    Surprisingly the closest he came to playing a vampire was on “F Troop”.
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    MAYBEIMAMAZED Don't think Twice it's alright

    I love all his movies so cool was just thinking about looking up doctor Phibes to watch.
  25. budwhite

    budwhite Climb the mountains and get their good tidings.

    Götaland, Sverige
    I watched Dr Phibes the other day for the tirst time.

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