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  1. I was watching So Long at the Fair (1950) on TCM the other day and, around the 60 minute mark, I am pretty sure Christopher Lee showed up as an uncredited extra. He had a moustache and appeared to be returning his room key to the hotel desk as Dirk Bogarde stood there talking to the owner. He looked about the right age, and he was considerably taller than Dirk which seems to jibe with his 6' 5" frame. According to Wikipedia, he was still breaking into pictures at this time and did seem to be getting roles at Gainsborough, and Terence Fisher, the director of this film, was a fan, and was castin
  2. This is truly a horror classic! I'm having a difficult time deciding whether I like this Frankenstein movie or the Universal Frankenstein movie more...both are great in their own ways! Which one do you like more? Enjoy the review, and please comment here or on YouTube! This is such a great movie to talk about!
  3. I recently watched a super freaky witch movie, so if witches scare you, then this is the perfect movie for you. If you're a fan of the show "Salem," then this movie is perfect for you, too. "Horror Hotel" aka "The City of the Dead" stars Christopher Lee and came out in 1960. Shows the darkest side of witchcraft in a small village in New England. A great Halloween watch! My review:
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