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Theater of Blood (1973), starring Vincent Price, Diana Rigg

Theater of Blood [Vincent Price]

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Theater of Blood (1973), starring Vincent Price, Diana Rigg

Synopsis of Theater of Blood

Diana Rigg and Vincent Price performing a scene from Shakespeare in Theater of Blood

In Theater of Blood, Vincent Price plays a Shakespearian actor Edward Lionheart. He’s re-enacting murder scenes penned by Shakespeare. He’s killing the nine theater critics who have denied him the Best Actor of the Year award. With his devoted daughter (Diana Rigg), they seek revenge in a bloody and violent way.

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Marie Antoinette (1938) starring Norma Shearer, Tyrone Power, John Barrymore, Robert Morley

Marie Antoinette

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Marie Antoinette (1938) starring Norma Shearer,  Tyrone Power,  John Barrymore,  Robert Morley

Product Description of  Marie Antoinette

buy Marie Antoinette from Amazon.com ┬áHer eyes shine as brightly as the diamonds at her slender throat or as the countless candles that turn the Palace of Versailles into a light-drenched fantasy world. She is Marie Antoinette, Queen of France: beautiful, imperious, headstrong…and doomed. With an opulence exemplifying Hollywood’s Golden Era at its most glamorous, the grandeur and revolutionary fervor of 18th-century France sweeps across the screen in this nominee for 4 Academy Awards?. Elegant Best Actress Oscar? nominee Norma Shearer stars in the decades-spanning title role, Tyrone Power plays her ardent beloved, John Barrymore is crafty Louis XV and debuting Robert Morley portrays timid Louis XVI. From ballroom to boudoir to guillotine, Marie Antoinette is regal romantic adventure.

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The African Queen - Katharine Hepburn, Humphrey Bogart

The African Queen

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At the start of World War 1, German imperial troops burn down Reverend Samuel Sayer’s mission in Africa. He is overtaken with disappointment and passes away. Shortly after his well-educated, snooty sister Rose Sayer (Hepburn) buries her brother, she must leave on the only available transport, a tired river steamboat The African Queen manned by the ill-mannered bachelor, Charlie Allnut (Bogart). Together they embark on a long difficult journey, without any comfort. Rose grows determined to assist in the British war effort and presses Charlie until he finally agrees and together they steam up the Ulana encountering an enemy fort, raging rapids, bloodthirsty parasites and endlessly branching stream which always seem to lead them to what appear to be impenetrable swamps. Despite opposing personalities, the two grow closer to each other and ultimately carry out their plan to take out a German warship.

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