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Creamguide (Films) Commentaries: Theatre of Blood

Chris, Craig and Jack alight upon the oeuvre of Vincent Price, via the incomparable “Theater (although we insist upon spelling it “Theatre”) of Blood”. Come for the chat about what an excellent man Mr Price was and stay for the dissection of Antipodean cookery show, “My Kitchen Rules: Australia”.

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  1. George White

    October 31, 2019 at 5:22 am

    It isn’t Hilda Braid. It’s Renee Asherson, Sylvia in Tenko, Lady Norbert in Norbert Smith – A Life, also in The Others with Sykes. And Olivier’s Henry V.
    (Michael) Trubshawe did eventually appear in films as an actor, but not until 1950 or so, in They Were Not Divided by Terence Young, which did not star Niven but Edward “Meglos” Underdown, by which time his name had already become a fixture in the likes of AMOLAD and Wuthering Heights. He would pop up in the likes of Around the World in 80 Days, the Pink Panther, Guns of Navarone, and the Best of Enemies with his old pal. He is not unlike Coote.
    Mr. Sloane was Peter McEnery, one of this forgettable British leading men of that era.
    Dad’s Army ended in 1977.
    Joan Hickson is in a 30s Agatha Christie adap, Love from a Stranger with Basil Rathbone, and then did a Rutherford Marple in the 60s.

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