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View Poll Results: What do you rank as Vincent Price's best performance?
Matthew Hopkins........The Witchfinder General 3 8.33%
Edward Lionheart......Theatre of Blood 6 16.67%
Dr. Phibes.......the Dr. Phibes films 7 19.44%
Simon Cordier.........Diary of a Madman 0 0%
Rappacinni.....Rappacinni's Daughter (Twice Told Tales) 0 0%
Prince Prospero.......The Masque of the Red Death 1 2.78%
Dr. Robert Morgan........The Last Man on Earth 5 13.89%
Francois Delambre.......The Fly / Return of the Fly 1 2.78%
Walter Kyne........While the City Sleeps 0 0%
Verden Fell........The Tomb of Ligeia 0 0%
Roderick Usher........The House of Usher 1 2.78%
Fortunato....The Black Cat (Tales of Terror) 0 0%
Charles Dexter Ward........The Haunted Palace 1 2.78%
Richard III.......Tower of London 0 0%
Frederick Loren........The House on Haunted Hill 11 30.56%
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Old 05-27-2013, 08:45 PM   #101
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Dr. Phibes is hands down my favorite, but his best performance is more than likely The Witchfinder General if I try to look at it objectively. =)
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Old 05-31-2013, 12:54 PM   #102
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Watched Madhouse the other day and he was great in that. Only watched a couple of his films and Madhouse is my favorite. Followed closely by The Bat, then The Last Man on Earth and House on Haunted Hill tied for third place.
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Old 04-13-2014, 06:50 AM   #103
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Edward Lionheart......Theatre of Blood

Price never really thought that much of his acting talents, but in this film he does Shakespeare, and damned well at that. His brief moment as a sexton while he attends/buries a victim is so well done that I didn't recognize him at first.
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Classic horror movies of the 1960s - context and commentary on Psycho, The ... the drive-in teen audiences of the 1950s were growing up, and becoming wise ...
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Old 06-06-2014, 03:38 PM   #105
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Either Diary of a Madman or The Masque of the Red Death. Really he doesn't have any bad performances. My all time favorite Vincent Price movie is The Last Man on Earth. I try to watch it every October.
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House On Haunted Hill. Price played such an elegant villain in that one, always one step ahead of everyone in a truly scary yet fun movie. I remember seeing this one many times on WNEW 5's Creature Features as a young boy in the 70's.
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William Castle's The Tingler is highly underrated.
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