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I don't need to tell anyone out there that Vincent Price is a legend. Price was the rare actor who could turn on a dime from sneering menace to suave ladies' man without so much as a hiccup. He became a leading man in the 40s and sustained a career on the screen through the 80s. Whether it was playing the despicable cad in Roger Corman's Poe cycle in the 1960s, the gentle and unforgettable inventor in Tim Burton's Edward Scissorhands, or hamming it up wildly as Egghead in the '60s TV version of Batman, Vincent Price knew exactly who he was and what his strengths were. The beautiful part of that is that, rather than allowing himself to be pigeonholed by his one of »

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