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Christopher Lee Poster

Other Works

  • TV commercial for Save The Children (2002) (voice only)
  • Interviewed in "Memories of Hammer" by Gary Svehla and Susan Svehla.
  • Stage: "The Constant Nymph" (1948) (as "Roberto the Butler") Worthing
  • Stage: "As You Like It" (1948) (as "a forester") Worthing
  • Stage: "Libel" (1948) (as "Junior Counsel") Worthing
  • Stge: "See Naples and Die" (1948) (as "a fisherman") Worthing
  • Stage: "By Candlelight" (1948) (as "a servant") Worthing
  • Stage: "Man and Superman" (1948) (as "The Devil") Worthing
  • Stage: "Major Barbara" (1948) (as "Undershaft") Worthing
  • Stage: "Othello" (1948) (as "Iago") Worthing
  • Stage: "The Wishing Well" (1948) Worthing
  • Stage: "The Flat Next Door" (1949) London
  • Recorded a double cassette reading four tales of Edgar Allan Poe.
  • Supplied a "spoken word" performance to the album "Symphony Of Enchanted Lands II - The Dark Secret" (released September 2004) by Italian symphonic metal band Rhapsody.
  • Wrote the introduction to the book "Rungs on a Ladder: Hammer Films Seen Through a Soft Gauze" (Scarecrow Press, 2003)
  • Provided the voice of Thor/Odin in the German version of Valhalla (1986).
  • Provided the voice of King Haggaard in the original as well as in the German version.
  • Appears as Narrator and as the king of Elfland on the 1977 album "The King of Elfland's Daughter" by Bob Johnson and Peter Knight (a folk rock concept album adaptation of the novel by Lord Dunsany).
  • Provided narration for Tim Burton's original poem on the 2008 Special Edition Blu-ray/DVD release of The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993).
  • Recorded an album in 2006 entitled "Revelations".
  • Album: "Christopher Lee sings Devils, Rogues & other Villains - from Broadway to Beyreuth and Beyond" (1998/Wolfslair)
  • Album: "Charlemagne: By the Sword and the Cross" (2010/Cardiz)
  • (July 2007) 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.
  • (May 2013) Audio CD: Charlemagne: The Omens of Death
  • (December 2012) EP: A Heavy Metal Christmas
  • (2013) Radio Dramatization: Neverwhere
  • (December 2013) EP: A Heavy Metal Christmas Too
  • (May 2014) EP: Metal Knight
  • (December 2014) EP: Darkest Carols, Faithful Sing
  • (Friday 3 March 1995) "Desert Island Discs" at BBC Radio. Interview. It is available to download at BBC Radio 4.

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