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How the Grinch Stole Christmas

How the Grinch Stole Christmas (1966) starring Boris Karloff, Thurl Ravenscroft
How the Grinch Stole Christmas (1966) starring Boris Karloff, Thurl Ravenscroft The classic, original animated story of How the Grinch Stole Christmas. The story by Dr. Seuss, narrated and voiced by Boris Karloff, sung by Thurl Ravenscroft. Often imitated, never surpassed. Enjoy!
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The Boris Karloff Collection

The Boris Karloff Collection (Tower of London / The Black Castle / The Climax / The Strange Door / Night Key)
The Boris Karloff Collection (Tower of London / The Black Castle / The Climax / The Strange Door / Night Key) In short, a DVD collection of Boris Karloff’s B-movies. Some are quite excellent 🙂
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The Ghoul [Boris Karloff]

The Ghoul (1933) starring Boris Karloff, Cedric Hardwick, Ernest Thesiger, Dorothy Hyson, Anthony Bushell
The Ghoul (1933) starring Boris Karloff, Cedric Hardwicke, Ernest Thesiger, Dorothy Hyson, Anthony Bushell In The Ghoul, Boris Karloff as Professor Morlant finds a stone he wants to be buried with. Because he believes that it will bring him back to life. However, when the stone is stolen before his...
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Mad Monster Party [Boris Karloff]

Mad Monster Party (1967) starring Boris Karloff, Phyllis Diller
Mad Monster Party (1967) starring Boris Karloff, Phyllis Diller Synopsis of Mad Monster Party Baron Von Frankenstein (voice of Boris Karloff) has decided to retire as the head of the Worldwide Organization of Monsters. But first, he must inform the other monsters about his plans. How to deliver...
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The Crimson Cult [Boris Karloff, Christopher Lee]

The Crimson Cult (1968), aka. Curse of the Crimson Altar, starring Boris Karloff, Christopher Lee, Mark Eden, Virginia Wetherell, Barbara Steele
The Crimson Cult (1968), aka. Curse of the Crimson Altar, starring Boris Karloff, Christopher Lee, Mark Eden, Virginia Wetherell, Barbara Steele, Michael Gough Synopsis of The Crimson Cult In The Crimson Cult, Robert Manning is searching for his missing brother. He visits the remote country house where he was last...
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Corridors of Blood

Corridors of Blood (1958) starring Boris Karloff, Betta St. John
Corridors of Blood (1958) starring Boris Karloff, Christopher Lee, Betta St. John Synopsis In Corridors of Blood, a 19th-century London doctor (Boris Karloff) experiments with anesthesia … But he becomes addicted to his own anesthesia formula, and begins a downward spiral.
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The Terror [Jack Nicholson, Boris Karloff]

The Terror (1963) starring Jack Nicholson, Boris Karloff, Sandra Knight, Dick Miller, by Roger Corman
The Terror (1963) starring Jack Nicholson, Boris Karloff, Sandra Knight, Dick Miller, by Roger Corman Synopsis of The Terror in The Terror, a young officer in Napoleon’s army pursues a mysterious woman to the castle of an elderly Baron where he discovers that she is the pawn of...
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The Mummy (1932) [Boris Karloff]

The Mummy (1932) starring Boris Karloff, Arthur Byron, Edward Van Sloan, David Manners, Zita Johann, directed by Karl Freund
Synopsis of The Mummy The legendary Boris Karloff stars as The Mummy Im-Ho-Tep, a high priest who is revived by British archaeologists 3,700 years after being embalmed alive for trying to save the woman he loved.
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Lured, starring Lucille Ball, George Sanders, Boris Karloff

Lured, starring Lucille BallLured (1947) starring Lucille Ball, George Sanders, Boris Karloff, Charles Coburn, Sir Cedric Hardwicke
Lured (1947) starring Lucille Ball, George Sanders, Boris Karloff, Charles Coburn, Sir Cedric Hardwicke Synopsis of Lured A serial killer in London is murdering young women whom he meets through the personal columns of newspapers; he announces each of his murders to the police by sending them a...
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The Raven movie 1963 photos

The Raven (Peter Lorre) and Vincent Price
The Raven movie 1963 photos – a photo gallery of the classic film, with Vincent Price, Boris Karloff, and Peter Lorre at their very best – with fine performances by Hazel Court and Jack Nicholson as well. It’s equal parts comedy and horror, and is a favorite around Halloween time.
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