Christopher Lee talks about his film career, while showing clips from some of his best films.

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Loved it but WAY too short!
28 December 2004 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Christopher Lee discusses some of his films and his approach to acting. He covers one of the Draculas ("Dracula, Prince of Darkness") and a few other horror films ("Devil Rides Out", "The Wicker Man"). But the most interesting parts are about films that aren't that well-known (like "I, Monster") or are from other genres other than horror--westerns ("Hannie Caulder"), historical ("Rasputin, the Mad Monk"), adventure (3 and 4 Muketeers), his visit to Saturday Night Live and even a music number from "The Return of Captain Invincible". I'm giving it a 10 but it's too short! One hour is hardly enough to cover Mr. Lee's career--more time should have been spent. Still this is, so far, the only filmed document of some of his career.

The DVD version of this contains two amusing music videos he did with someone named Gary Curtis--"It's Now Or Never" and "She'll Fall For Me". They're certainly interesting. Lee isn't much of a singer but he's obviously enjoying himself.


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