Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing and Horror Cinema: A Filmography of Their 22 Collaborations

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McFarland, 1995 - Performing Arts - 437 pages
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From their first pairing in Hamlet (1948) to their roles in House of the Long Shadows (1983), Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing have enjoyed the most successful collaboration in horror film history. Each of their 22 film collaborations is examined in detail, including plot synopses and critical commentary. A comprehensive filmography of their films together provides release date, running time, studio, production information and full cast and credits. The original research is supported by interviews with both Lee and Cushing, along with fellow performers and production personnel, such as Hazel Court, Robert Bloch, and Patrick Macnee.

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INTRODUCTION
5
Childhood Hollywood
15
Hamlet 1948 Moulin
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Copyright

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MARK A. MILLER, P.E., is President of DigiNet Corporation, a Denver-based consulting engineering firm providing services in internetwork design, strategic planning, network management, and new product development. The author of the IP Library series of books (Wiley), Mr. Miller is a frequent presenter at industry events and has taught at the ComNet, Internet Telecom Expo, Networld+Interop, Comdex, and other conferences. He holds BS and MS degrees in electrical engineering and is a registered professional engineer in four states.

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