Carolyn Jones

Carolyn Jones – Photos and Quotes

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“What’s a kook? Man, that’s when you’re nicely sick. Kooks do like they feel and live up to it.” – Carolyn Jones   “I discovered that Yoga is actually a mental science. The way our social structure is set up it is hard for people to achieve the right attitude to live a full happy life. […]

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Elsa Lanchester

Elsa Lanchester – Photos and Quotes

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“The most memorable thing I did in that film [Bride of Frankenstein, 1935], I believe, was my screaming. In almost all my movies since I’ve been called upon to scream. I don’t know if it’s by chance, but I would like to think that I’m not hired for that talent alone.” — Elsa Lanchester   […]

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Clara Bow Hollywood Halloween Cheesecake Photos

Hollywood Halloween Cheesecake Photos

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A collection of Los Angeles Halloween photos. Above: Clara Bow, putting the “It” in “Witch.”   Anita Page   Photo Caption reads: Mabel, Verna and Marie in Spanish costumes for a Halloween party at La Veda Ballroom on Vernon Avenue near Wall Street. Photo taken in 1929. (Photographer: Tivoli / LAPL 00001251)   Singer/actress Shirley Ross in […]

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Barbara Steele

Barbara Steele – Horror Queen

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“They [meaning Fox Studios] had this preconceived idea that women were all glossy lips. They’d say: ‘We’d better pin your ears back. We’d better make you blonde. You don’t have any décolletage.’ Then came the orders: ‘Don’t be seen around with him because… Don’t walk around the lot in high heels’ – they thought I […]

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Horror Films – Photos (1950-1959)

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Here’s a collection of campy horror films from the 1950s. Above photo: “The cobra has a fascination. It’s like looking death in the face.” — Cult of the Cobra (1955).   “I’ll give you proof! I’ll show you proof such as no man has ever had!” — The Neanderthal Man (1953)   “Humans, listen to me. Due to an […]

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Alfred Hitchcock – photos and quotes

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“In real life, to be called ‘melodramatic’ is to be criticized. The term suggests behavior which is hysterical and exaggerated. A woman may receive the news of her husband’s death by throwing up her arms and screaming, or she may sit quite still and say nothing. The first is melodramatic. But it may well happen […]

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Bela Lugosi – photos and quotes

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“Death is the only thing that really is frightening to me. The calendar turns, and eventually you have to go.” – Bela Lugosi Source: Aline Mosby (1955) Photo: 1931   “I have never met a vampire personally, but I don’t know what might happen tomorrow.” — Bela Lugosi Photo: Dracula (1931)   “If my accent […]

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Boris Karloff – Photos and Quotes

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“When I was nine I played the demon king in Cinderella and it launched me on a long and happy life of being a monster.” – Boris Karloff   “This creature of yours should be kept under guard. Mark my words. He will prove dangerous.” — Line from Frankenstein (1931).   “Horror means something revolting. […]

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The Universal Studios tram ride – 1979

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Care to guess when the mechanical shark first made its debut? I’ll tell you: April 10, 1976. (Photographer: Ken Papaleo / LAPL 00077817) 2

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Peter Lorre

Peter Lorre – photos and quotes

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“Doesn’t it strike you as just a little funny when you think of us actors eternally putting on and taking off make-up and spending the best part of our days and nights making funny faces? When you look at it from a grown-up point of view, acting is the most childish of professions, isn’t it? […]

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