Boris Karloff


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United States film actor (born in England) noted for his performances in horror films (1887-1969)

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Platini moaned that Ribery didn't win, but Boris Karloff wouldn't beat Brad Pitt in a best-looking male award
Tales of Mystery Volume 1 gathers the two-issue run of BORIS KARLOFF THRILLER, unavailable since 1962, and the first two issues of the comic that continued the series for the next two decades, packaging all in a book packed with lovely full-color panels throughout.
In which film did actors Boris Karloff and Vincent Price fight a duel of magic?
LOS ANGELES: Hazel Court, an English beauty who co-starred with the likes of Boris Karloff and Vincent Price in The Raven and other popular horror movies of the 1950s and '60s, has died.
The Plaza was responsible for my early introduction to such as Boris Karloff, Bela Lugosi and Lon Chaney Jnr.
than Frankenstein's monster himself, Boris Karloff.
Boris Karloff, the Marx Brothers, Eddie Cantor, James Cagney, Lucille Ball, and Frederic March were only a few of the Screen Actors Guild enthusiasts from among the stars.
Boris Karloff, Lon Chaney, Bela Lugosi, Vincent Price, Lee, Cushing, and a number of "serious" actors one normally wouldn't associate with horror films have done a wonderful job of panicking audiences, though not to the extent that they don't eagerly come back for more.
Nor are these stories on the wane, for the monster tales that made Lon Chaney, Boris Karloff, and Bela Lugosi stars of the silver screen continue to draw megacrowds six and seven decades later.
Perhaps the most persuasive model the film offers for Wood's creative process is the Frankenstein subtext that counters the explicit Dracula presence of Landau's Lugosi, who repeatedly curses Boris Karloff, his more successful rival, and bemoans his own rejection of the Frankenstein role that made Karloff famous.
Deluxe Edition is magnificently narrated by Boris Karloff ("Frankenstein," "The Mummy") and directed by animation genius and cartoon legend Chuck Jones (Looney Tunes, "What's Opera, Doc?
Hollywood star Boris Karloff sported an eye-patch to play Colonel March Of Scotland Yard and 26 episodes were made based on a series of short stories called The Department Of Queer Complaints.
And Boris Karloff never lived to see Black Sabbath's global rock and roll domination.
Including the themes of such monster hits as Universal's 1940s The Ghost of Frankenstein and Hammer Films' post-war gore-fest Curse of Frankenstein, the evening will celebrate composers who scored the frightening underworld stalked by the likes of Boris Karloff, Bela Lugosi, Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee.
Featuring performances by legends of the horror genre, including Bela Lugosi, Boris Karloff, Lon Chaney, Jr.