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The Vincent Price Legacy
Leave Her To Heaven (1946) | The picture that is the sum total of all human emotions!
Leave Her to Heaven is a 1945 American psychological thriller film noir melodrama directed by John M. Stahl and starring Gene Tierney, Cornel Wilde, Jeanne Crain, and Vincent Price. It follows a socialite who marries a prominent novelist, which spurs a fit of violent, obsessive, and dangerous jealousy in her. It is based on the 1944 novel of the same name by Ben Ames Williams, adapted by screenwriter Jo Swerling. The film went on general release in the US in January 1946, following its New York Premiere on Christmas Day 1945. It landed in UK cinemas in April 1946. We present the film here for educational and historical purposes, and no copyright is intended.
Cucumber Castle | The Bee Gees 1970 BBC2 musical fantasy special
Cucumber Castle was first shown on BBC2 in the UK on 26 December 1970. On his deathbed, The King (Frankie Howerd) orders his kingdom divided into two halves, the Kingdom of Jelly and the Kingdom of Cucumbers. Before the king dies, Prince Frederick (Barry Gibb) declares himself the "King of Cucumber", and Prince Marmaduke (Maurice Gibb)becomes the "King of Jelly". The film features musical performances and comedy sketches from the likes of Vincent Price, Lulu, Spike Milligan and many more (often uncredited). To date, an official release has never been produced; as such, we present this version for historical and educational purposes only. No copyright intended.
Supper with the Stars: With Your Host Vincent Price | The 52 Featured Co*Stars and Films
YOU ASKED FOR IT. Enjoy this new reel we've specially created for those of you requesting a list of the films and co-stars featured in our cookbook. Officially licensed by the Vincent Price Estate, SUPPER WITH THE STARS features recipes from the kitchens of 52 of Vincent Price's most illustrious co-stars paired with some easy-to-make dishes of his own. Plus, 52 film reviews and 52 actor biographies. Now you can enjoy a two-course meal while watching a classic Vincent Price movie. Written by Peter Fuller (curator Vincent Price Legacy UK) and film archivist Jenny Hammerton (Silver Screen Suppers), with a Foreword by Victoria Price and delightful illustrations from Ben Wickey, SUPPER WITH THE STARS is a must-have for film fans and foodies alike. Paperback and digital editions are available from Amazon worldwide.
Vincent Price's Thriller Rap (1983)
The "Thriller" music video, directed by John Landis and starring Michael Jackson and Ola Ray, premiered on MTV on 2 December 1983. Here's an edited version of the 13:42 film, highlighting Vincent Price's narration as well as those terrific movie posters from some of his classic horror films - and of course his iconic laugh which closes the movie.
Tower of London (1962) | Original Theatrical Trailer
Tower of London is a historical drama gothic horror film directed by Roger Corman and starring Vincent Price, which went on general release in the US on 24 October 1962. The film tells a highly fictionalised account of the rise to power and eventual downfall of King Richard III of England, freely combining elements derived from the plots of Shakespeare's plays Richard III and Macbeth.
Dr. Goldfoot & the Bikini Machine (1965) | Original Theatrical Trailer
Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine is a 1965 comedy directed by Norman Taurog. Starring Vincent Price, Frankie Avalon, Dwayne Hickman, Susan Hart and Jack Mullaney, the film is a parody of the then-popular spy trend (the title is a spoof of two James Bond films: the 1962 film Dr. No and the 1964 hit Goldfinger), made using actors from AIP's beach party and Edgar Allan Poe films. It was released into US theatres on 6 November 1965.
Vincent Price's Witchcraft and Magic: An Adventure In Demonology
Vincent Price teaches the Dark Arts in this 1969 double album, which traces the history of witchcraft through the Bible, the Middle Ages, the Spanish Inquisition, and Nazi Germany before turning to practical instruction. 00:00 Prologue 03:50 The Tale of Master Seth 06:07 Weird Sisters 07:42 Hitler and Witchcraft - Witchcraft in History 14:48 Weird Sisters 15:18 Witch Burning and Torture 26:58 The World of Spirits and Demons 28:27 Preparation for Magic 32:18 Instruments of Magic 41:17 How to Invoke Spirits, Demons, Unseen Forces 50:47 The Magic Bloodstone 52:37 The Witches' Cauldron 53:49 How to Communicate with the Spirits 56:53 Gerald Yorke and Necromancy 59:15 How to Make a Pact with the Devil 01:02:27 How to Become a Witch 01:09:55 Weird Sisters 01:10:45 Curses 01:16:00 Spells and Charms 01:21:40 The Magic Cake 01:24:44 Spells and Charms 01:25:17 The Hand of Glory 01:27:18 Weird Sisters 01:28:15 Black Spirits 01:28:29 The Witches' Sabbat 01:37:29 Witchcraft Today
Cry of the Banshee (1970) | Theatrical Trailer
Here's the trailer for 1970's CRY OF THE BANSHEE. Set in Elizabethan England, Vincent Price plays a wicked lord who earns the enmity of a pagan cult leader (Elisabeth Bergner) after massacring members of her coven of witches. Soon his own family come to a grisly end at the hand of a supernatural entity. Released in the US on 29 July 1970 (after its premiere on 22 July) and in the UK on 6 December 1970.
Dr. Phibes Rises Again (1972) | They haven't built the COFFIN that can hold HIM!
The vengeful doctor (Vincent Price) rises again, seeking the River of Life in an attempt to resurrect his beloved Victoria. For your viewing pleasure, here's the classic comedy horror (which was released in the US on 5 July 1972 and in the UK on 15 October 1972) in full. DR. PHIBES RISES AGAIN also features in the fab, fun cookbook SUPPER WITH STARS, alongside recipes from the kitchens of Vincent Price and his co*stars, Valli Kemp, Robert Quarry, Peter Cushing and Terry-Thomas. Available from Amazon in paperback and Kindle worldwide, including the following: (US): https://amzn.to/3aoQ7K1 (UK): https://amzn.to/3udhDkH
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