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Because sometimes, You need to dance with a skeleton. Vincent Price and skeleton on the set of 'House on Haunted Hill' ( 1959 )

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Two classics!

Kermit the Frog & Vincent Price

House on Haunted Hill (1959) Vincent Price as Frederick Loren.

Do You Dare Enter “The House on Haunted Hill”?

Price, Vincent (House on Haunted Hill)

An icon of pop culture, Vincent Price proved to also be a refined cultured figure, establishing the Vincent Price Art Museum and publishing books on art and fine cuisine. Description from theredlist.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

An icon of pop culture, Vincent Price proved to also be a refined cultured…

Vincent Price dressed as a nun, playing football. your argument is invalid.

Your argument is invalid-- Vincent Price, dressed as a nun, kicking a beach ball. From "Doctor Goldfoot and the Girl Bombs" circa

Such a magnificent Actor....

I always loved Vincent Price movies for Halloween, here he is with a 'haunted house'

Vincent Price and Peter Lorre

I loved Vincent Price movies (shiver-shiver!

Vincent Price, Car Wash, Singers, Horror, Singer, Rocky Horror

Alice Cooper and Vincent Price.

~~Alice Cooper and Vincent Price ~~Spooky ~

Vincent Price and Alfred Hitchock on the set of Alfred Hitchcock Presents, 1957.

This picture is too full of awesome: Vincent Price & Alfred Hitchcock

Theatre of Blood (1973)

Vincent Price - Theatre of Blood

Vincent Price.

Boys and Ghouls

Vincent Price: My Grandmother & I used to watch his movies together When I was a kid!

This is where our love affair began...

Tim Burton's "A Nightmare Before Christmas" Jack and Sally

Vincent Price on the set of 'House on Haunted Hill', 1959. S) -My very first introduction to Vincent Price; after that it was total love.

Vincent Price on the set of 'House on Haunted Hill', S) Probably the first scary movie I ever saw as a kid . drive in theatre sometime around

Rebecca (1940) is the classic Hitchcock gothic thriller and a compelling mystery (and haunting ghost story) about a tortured romance. The somber film's screenplay based on a literal translation of Daphne du Maurier's 1938 gothic novel of the same name, in the tradition of Charlotte Bronte's Jane Eyre. One of the film's posters asks the intriguing question: "What was the secret of Manderley?"

"Rebecca", 1940 with Laurence Olivier & Joan Fontaine, written by Daphne Du Maurier, directed by Alfred Hichcock