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The Vincent Price Legacy
Tales of Witches, Ghosts and Goblins | Told by Vincent Price
Vincent Price narrates a collection of folktales, plus a couple of “recipes,” some verses, and a passage from an account of a witch trial. Three stories are from Carl Carmer, which are from the 1956 collection The Screaming Ghost and Other Stories. Tales of Witches, Ghosts and Goblins was originally released by Caedmon Records in 1972 (TC-1393) and was the first of four spoken word collections that Vincent recorded for Caedmon
A Hornbook for Witches | Stories and Poems for Halloween read by Vincent Price
'Stories, sounds, spells, and incantations to send shivers up your spine!' A Hornbook for Witches: Poems of Fantasy is a 1950 collection of poems by Leah Bodine Drake. It was the author’s first book and her only collection published by Arkham House. The 1976 Caedmon LP (TC-1497), narrated by Vincent Price, contained four poems by Drake (“A Hornbook for Witches”, “Witches on the Heath”, “‘All Saints Eve”, and “The Ballad of the Jabberwock”) as well as Edgar Allan Poe's eerie Dreamland, John Collier's offbeat Thus I Refute Beezly, Maria Leech's practical but frightful How to See Ghosts or Surely Bring Them to You and Don’t, The Water Ghost Of Harrowby Hall by John Kendrick Bangs and The Sands Of Dee by Charles Kingsley.
Tower of London (1962) | Half Man...Half Demon... He Turned a Nation into a Chamber of Horrors!
In this 1962 historical drama/gothic horror directed by Roger Corman and released in the US on 24 October, Vincent Price plays the twisted Richard III, who is haunted by the ghosts of those he has murdered in his attempt to become the King of England.
The Monster Club (1981) | You'll meet some interesting people and hear some great songs...
Taking its cues from British horror writer Ronald Chetwynd-Hayes' 1975 short story collection, 1981's The Monster Club saw Vincent Price returning to the horror genre on the big screen after a seven-year hiatus. The Vincent Price Legacy is proud to present the full feature for your viewing.
The Whales of August (1987) | The Screen's Immortals... A movie you'll never forget
Screen legends Bette Davis and Lillian Gish united their iconic talents in director Lindsay Anderson's intensely emotional 1987 drama, THE WHALES OF AUGUST, which earned Ann Southern an Oscar nomination and gave Vincent Price one of his most eloquent straight roles. The Vincent Price Legacy is proud to present the full movie here for you to enjoy. THE WHALES OF AUGUST also features SUPPER WITH THE STARS: WITH YOUR HOST VINCENT PRICE, alongside some personal recipes from Bette Davis and Lillian Gish. Available in paperback and digital editions from Amazon.
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