Yes, I just spotted that the death of Ron Moody had been announced, (he was excellent in Oliver!) shortly after the death of Christopher Lee had been made public. Thoroughly enjoyed Christopher Lee as an actor - he had an excellent range, and could convey camp and menace with equal conviction.
Agree that Christopher Lee was brilliant in 'The Wicker Man' - a stunning movie.Oh, man. Loved him in "The Wicker Man" and the Dracula movies. A true gentleman.
And I only found out a few years ago that he played an uncredited role in the 1960s version of "Ten Little Indians". You know the recorded voice that says, "Ladies and gentlemen, you are charged with the following crimes..."?
Hammer Films had the most wonderfully chesty actresses. They and their buxom charms transfixed this little kid in the early 70s.The Godfather of Dracula movies in my opinion, I grew up on Hammer movies, of which he appeared in a few, will be sadly missed, God has a rival now.
should be a good read, he would've had an interesting life, especially as you mentioned starring opposite those well-proportioned ladies, lucky manThe library is getting me his autobiography thru ILL. Too bad I didn't even know he wrote it until I read it in the obits. Shame on me.
I don't know if he was a saint or not (and I can't imagine that he didn't stray) but he was married to the same lady for 54 years.should be a good read, he would've had an interesting life, especially as you mentioned starring opposite those well-proportioned ladies, lucky man