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6, it's been awhile--but you're never wrong.

 

Mr. 6 is in the house.

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Thanks mr.6. Can't imagine anyone else could have done the role better.

 

 

There was a person that was only given screen credit as a punctuation mark in this classic horror film. Name that person and the monster they portrayed.

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Thanks.

 

This actress, of one movie and a few appearances, starred in a Bela Lugosi 1935 film as one of the walking dead. The film's atmospheric mood adds to the mysterious image of her.

 

The actress relates the story that over 10 years later, while waiting for a light to change at Santa Monica and Sunset, a car pulls up beside her with Bela Lugosi in the passenger side. They attempted to speak to each other, but his driver drove on when the light changed. That was the last time she saw Bela Lugosi until his funeral. She vowed never to visit his grave.

 

Name the film and the Bela Lugosi's female costar.

 

Edited by: allaboutlana on Jan 10, 2012 4:44 PM

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OMGoodness! I can't believe you guessed The Fly. That's not the film, but I was going to do *The Fly* as the question, but changed my mind. Sorry 6. Good guess.

 

The first film and *this sequel* were made 4 years apart. ( much earlier film than the Fly)

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Thanks, cujas. One of the great horror movies of all time. Mary Shelley of course ( Elsa Manchester) in the beginning, rehashing *Frankenstein* and then of course as *The Bride Of Frankenstein* . Your thread.

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Known to friends as "The Stitchin' *itch", this actor made horror movie history at Universal in the '30's.

 

Edited by: cujas on Jan 23, 2012 4:30 PM

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Legend has it that this English actor's needlepoint was so good he was in a knitting circle with Queen Mary of England.

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