He was the narrator for the ballet, "Magic of the Dance," at the Malvern Theatre in London, England with Alan Kenefick, Suzanne Cleary, Michelle Lawrence, Kieran Hardiman, J. L. Williams, and Bryan Berry in the cast. John Carey was chief choreographer.
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I think that - apart from the fields of science and medicine - we live in an age of decline. Look at the world. There is decline in morals, ideals, manners, respect, truthfulness: just about everything, in fact.
In his role as the title character, The Mummy
(1959), in which he co-starred with Peter Cushing
, Lee got severely injured in the course of the filming. All that smashing through real glass windows and doors had dislocated his shoulder and pulled his neck muscles, especially when he had to carry an actress with arms fully extended across a swamp, walking as much as 87 yards, which damaged his ...
Roles in Hammer Horror films