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  • #91
    Originally posted by Gerald Lovell View Post
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    Boy thats an oldie. Clues please Gerald.

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    • #92
      It stars a British actor who made good in Hollywood and has been already mentioned on this thread, has again two titles, and one of its writers was used to ladies vanishing.

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      • #93
        The Man Who Lived Again aka The Man Who Changed His Mind (1936) starring Mr. Boris Karloff and produced at the Islington studios I do believe. Sidney Gilliat co-wrote the screenplay for The Lady Vanishes with his good mate Frank Launder.

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        • #94
          Brilliant, oddbod!

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          • #95
            If Oddbod is not going to post something. Here is another to keep game flowing.

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            • #96
              Michael Gough on a recruitment drive for Satan's Slave.

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              • #97
                You are good fellar.

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                • #98
                  And another point . . .

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                  • #99
                    Christopher Lee in a non Dracula role. Looks youngish. Lets try Circus Of Fear.

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                    • No, he mainly wore a hood in Circus of Fear, but you're generally in the right area.

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                      • Is it Theatre of Death?

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                        • Bravo, jch, it is indeed.

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                          • Here's another one.

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                            • Peter being abominable with snowmen.

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                              • Well done Gerald.

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