Favorite Vincent Price & Peter Lorre film?

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Favorite Vincent Price & Peter Lorre film?

  1. The Comedy of Terrors (1964)

    9.1%
  2. The Raven (1963)

    36.4%
  3. Tales of Terror (1962)

    54.5%
  1. satans-sadists

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    Your favorite film in which Vincent Price and Peter Lorre worked together?
     
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    Tales of Terror for me.
     
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    I haven't seen it for a while but I remember enjoying The Raven when I was younger. I'm sure it would appear rather laughable (effects wise) viewed today.
     
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    The Raven
     
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    Tales of Terror is my favorite for its mix of horror and comedy. Honestly though, I love them all.
     
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    I do to. Vincent was my all time favorite horror actor. Peter Lorre was very unique and a fine actor. They played off of one another well. These films had the ability to mix horror/comedy with a touch of intelligence that you don't see today. Nobody had that type of method acting down pat like Price and Lorre.
     
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    Agreed on both actors! Much of their great work together was due in large part to the ability to improvise on the spot with their material. It's a shame that Lorre died in 1964. I'm sure they would have done more movies together.
     
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    I went with The Raven.

    Lorre is priceless in that movie.

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    -UJ
     

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