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Monsters We've Known and Loved 

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Episode credited cast:
Joseph Cotten ... Narrator (voice)
Boris Karloff ... The Monster in Frankenstein's segment (archive footage)
Bela Lugosi ... Count Dracula (archive footage)
Lon Chaney ... Hunchback of Notre Dame segment (archive footage)
Peter Lorre ... Dr. Adolphus Bedlo (archive footage)
John Barrymore ... Dr. Jekyll / Mr. Hyde (archive footage)
James Arness ... The Thing (archive footage)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Lionel Atwill ... Actor in mad scientist movies (archive footage)
Lon Chaney Jr. ... Actor in mad scientist movies (archive footage)
Laura La Plante ... Annabelle West (clip from The Cat and the Canary (1927)) (archive footage)
Mary Philbin ... Christine Daae (clip from The Phantom of the Opera (1925)) (archive footage)
Vincent Price ... Waldo Trumbull (archive footage)
George Zucco ... Actor in mad scientist movies (archive footage)
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13 January 1964 (USA) See more »

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Great Monsterfest!
22 September 2011 | by AnnieLolaSee all my reviews

Well, they left out the Creature from the Black Lagoon and a few others, but this cavalcade of creepy critters and characters delivers the goods. I especially liked the Dracula-Frankenstein chess game-- though it's Karloff and Lugosi as themselves and not the characters. I would have like to see the giant puppet dragon from Fritz Lang's "Siegfried" included, but then that wasn't a Hollywood film, so it wouldn't qualify for this program. And they could have included more of the really cheap and tacky flicks that were on screen in the fifties-- like "Robot Monster" and of course "Plan Nine from Outer Space", but hey, you can't have everything, and what's here is 'cherce'. So get a look at this one if you can!


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