Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing and Horror Cinema: A Filmography of Their 22 Collaborations
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.
14 pages matching Ayesha in this book
Results 1-3 of 14
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Hamlet 1948 Moulin
23 other sections not shown
Other editions - View all
actor Amicus Ayesha Baskervilles become Bernard Blake Bloch blood budget camera Carla Carreras cast character character's Chris Christopher Lee cinema close-up Conan Doyle creatures Curse of Frankenstein Dark and Gruesome death direction director Duffell Emmanuel evil eyes face film's Freddie Francis genre give Gorgon Gothic Hammer films Helen Helsing Hessler Hildern Horror Express horror films Horror of Dracula Hound House Hyde Ibid James Jekyll John Karloff kill Konratz Lee and Cushing Lee's Lee/Cushing look Maitland make-up Michael Michael Carreras Milton Subotsky monster Monthly Film Bulletin movie Mummy murder never novel offers Pasco Paul Penelope performance Peter Cushing Peter Cushing's photography picture play producer Puneet released Robert Robert Bloch role Roy Ashton says scene Scream screen screenplay script sequence Sherlock Holmes shooting shot Skull special effects star Stoker's story Studios Subotsky's television Terence Fisher theatre vampire Victor Victorian Vincent Price wife