abbot and costello meet frankenstein and africa screams

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abbot and costello meet frankenstein and africa screams

Postby mbillian on April 23rd, 2012, 12:43 am

was wondering your opinion on how lon chaney jr wolfman was mocked. and the one with kloppers deparment store
with the giant ape.

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Re: abbot and costello meet frankenstein and africa screams

Postby Tom Baker on April 29th, 2012, 10:18 am

Dear James

Maybe at the end of his career he became a parody of his former self: it often happens to actors, look at me for instance, but when I was seeing his early horror work I was utterly convinced. I loved all those creamy black and white films. I saw them at an early age as I looked much older than my real age and could pass for 16 at the age of eleven. Perhaps Chaney never saw his movies? If an actor watches his films or TV stuff or listens to his radio work then he is asking for grief, disappointment and even despair.

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