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Notes on the Port of St Francis (1951) | Vincent Price’s first foray in film narration is an artistic gem

Notes on the Port of St Francis is a 1951 impressionistic and culturally significant portrait of San Francisco, directed by experimental filmmaker Frank Stauffacher, based on an essay by Robert Louis Stevenson, Continue Reading

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The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex

The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex (1939) | When Vincent played a youthful Sir Walter Raleigh

WHAT’S IT ABOUT? A rich tapestry, fusing romance, adventure, and political intrigue. Director Michael Curtiz’s 1939 historical period drama, which was nominated for five Academy Awards, was based on a Continue Reading

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