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Boris Karloff 

Rosemary welcomes her guest Boris Karloff who tries his best to convince Rosemary that his fearsome reputation is pure fiction - he's just the victim of typecasting. His depiction of the ... See full summary »

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(as Dik Darley)

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The Hi-Los ...
Themselves
Nelson Riddle ...
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Rosemary welcomes her guest Boris Karloff who tries his best to convince Rosemary that his fearsome reputation is pure fiction - he's just the victim of typecasting. His depiction of the Big Bad Wolf in "The Little Red Riding Hood" sketch and the mysterious disappearance of the Hi-Los after one of their numbers does little to soothe her fears, however. Boris sings a duet with Rosemary and solos on the English folk song "Children Have Quizzical Ways." Written by David Bassler

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7 March 1957 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

While reading "Little Red Riding Hood" to an unseen group of children, Boris Karloff addresses a little girl named Sara Jane; this is Karloff's daughter's name. See more »

Quotes

Rosemary Clooney: Oh, you startled me!
Boris Karloff: Oh, I'm so sorry.
Rosemary Clooney: Oh, it's just that I...
Boris Karloff: You don't have to explain to me, Rosemary. In the mornings when I look in the shaving mirror, I frighten myself.
Rosemary Clooney: You do?
Boris Karloff: Well, how you react to the sight of a razor held to your throat by... Boris Karloff?
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Children Have Quizzical Ways
English Folk Song
Performed by Boris Karloff
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