The 1960s saw a shift in roles for Vincent Price. Now firmly established as the new king of horror following the success of AIP’s Roger Corman-helmed Edgar Allan Poe Gothic chillers, Vincent played on his master of menace image in some of the big TV shows of the era.

Click on the links in bold for more information on the show, while (**) means you can watch them in full.


The United States Steel Hour
– Shame the Devil

The Chevy Mystery Show
– Run-Around

– Tennessee Ernie Ford Meets King Arthur

Adventures in Paradise
– The Color of Venom


Famous Ghost Stories – Narrator only **

The Best of the Post
– Off the Set


– The Wild Weird World of Dr. Goldfoot **

The Man from U.N.C.L.E.
– The Foxes and Hounds Affair

Moment of Fear
– The Secret Darkness


Clown Alley


– The Ogg Couple
– How to Hatch a Dinosaur
– The Ogg and I

Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea
– The Deadly Dolls

The Red Skelton Hour
– Climb Upon My Knee, Dummy Boy (1967)
– He Who Steals My Robot Steals Trash (1968)

F Troop
– V Is for Vampire **


Get Smart
– Is This Trip Necessary?

The Good Guys
– Fly in My Stew

BBC Play of the Month
– The Heiress (Although often listed, I have yet to find any evidence that this exists)

Daniel Boone
– Copperhead Izzy **