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No Béla Lugosi's iconic staring role in Dracula?
No Mark of the Vampire, also staring Béla Lugosi?
No London After Midnight staring the first horror superstar Lon Chaney?
All three directed by Tod Browning, the creator of the vampire look and the vampire craze that continues to this day... Or is it night?
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My two yen on the greatest screen actors, Peter Lorre and Charles Laughton
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And John McCullagh's - "I'll Dance On Your Grave Mrs Thatcher"
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And Billy Bragg's - "Thatcherites"
And don't forget Elvis Costello's "Miss Macbeth" from the same album as “Tramp the Dirt Down”, Spike
To paraphrase W.C.Fields, "Any man that's willing to viciously attack Mother Teresa can't be all bad."
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As god awful as the book, The Historian, is I would still love to see Dracula's library
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