Filmography Update: Serious money to be earned.

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Mr Lee's filmography is the most difficult feature to keep up to date at his site.

Anyone who can help me add a complete entry will earn $200 and corrections are worth $25. Please help me as I have nightmares tackling that section, eventually I end up seeing double. Let's see if together we can give Mr Lee a number of official credits, so he no longer has to say to the press he doesn't know. Every new entry will be verified by him and hopefully we can keep this information more up to date. The IMDB is very good but has more mistakes than we do, not to mention is very incomplete. Go to the filmography section at the site and play around, see if you can be of any help.

Don't PM or e-mail me, just post it on this thread and I will just transfer the information with a couple of clicks from the mouse.

I'm currently upgrading that section in terms of links to pictures, reviews, etc.



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I saw that "Sir Walter Scott's Ivanhoe" was listed twice.



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I saw that "Sir Walter Scott's Ivanhoe" was listed twice.

Thanks. Corrected.



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Mains d'Orlac, Les

Need to add the English or American title

The Hands Of Orlac (1961)



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Mains d'Orlac, Les

Thanks. Corrected.



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Cheers!

Trevor



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Also, saw that "Chute des aigles, La" is listed twice. And does "Fade to Black" really count when it just has footage of Christopher Lee from another movie?



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'Top Secret' is also listed twice

Done!



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Also, saw that "Chute des aigles, La" is listed twice. And does "Fade to Black" really count when it just has footage of Christopher Lee from another movie?

La Chute des aigles, I caught just seconds before you posted. Fade to Black counts, it's one of those gratuitous credits.

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If you're looking for a complete Filmography I can find any information you'd want.
If I understand it correctly a Filmography is a list of movies Mr. Lee had part in and the names of the actors and dates when it was made correct?
Of course I could be wrong and perhaps you're looking for something more specific or rare.
So whatever it is let me know and I will send you my list. I have quite a few movies in my collection I could use to help as well in either german or english.
I also need to know what format you prefer it in
Sincerely



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NO Star -wars episod 3 listed ( he is in it ...no ?)
and sow "Tales of the Haunted" x2
alsow when wonting to go back a page it automaticly forwords you to the thred you came from in my case hear, insted of going a page back.

hope this helps

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Here are a few movies I found that start with A
I also found a few movie cover pictures that go with some of these films but I'm not sure if you need them or not
Feel free to e-mail me any questions or directions as to what exactly is needed.
I'd be happy to help out as much as I can , especially if it helps christopher Lee. Searching the net is something I do for fun so don't worry about credits or anything ,
I'm happy just knowing if I can be of some help
Sincerely Yvonne

Alien Encounter
release date 1972
director :Edward Hunt

cast:
Victoria (Vicki) Johnson - Gazeth
Christopher Lee - Captain Ramses
Tiiu Leek - Phi
Sean McCann - Carl
Daniel Pilon - Anaxi
Henry Ramer - Malcolm
Allan Rosenthal - Radar Operator
Kurt Schiegl - Rudi
Helen Shaver - Betty
Teddy Turner - Zhender
Robert Vaughn - Prof. Duncan
Richard Fitzpatrick - Joe
Bob Warner

The Accursed (1958) Director: Michael McCarthy
cast:
Robert Bray - Maj. Shane
Colin Croft - Theodore Dehmel
Anton Diffring - Joseph Brezzini
Jane Griffiths - Vicki Toller
Carl Jaffe - Stefan Toller
Christopher Lee - Doctor Neumann
Fletcher Lightfoot -
Oscar Quitak - Thomas Rilke
Frederick Schrecker -
Karel Stepanek - Friederich Suderman
John Van Eyssen - Lt. Grant
Donald Wolfit - Col. Price
Rupert Davies - Clinton
Frederick Schiller - Alfred Baum
George Herbert -
John Herrington

Alias John Preston
was realeased 1956 and the director was david mcdonald

cast
Betty Ann Davies - Mrs. Sandford
Sandra Dorne - Maria
Bill Fraser - Joe Newton
Patrick Holt - Stranger
Alexander Knox - Dr. Walton
Christopher Lee - John Preston
John Longden - Mr. Sandford
Betta St. John - Sally Sandford
John Stuart -Dr. Underwood

An Eye for an Eye
Release Year: 1981
Director: Steve Carver
Chuck Norris - Sean Kane

Christopher Lee - Morgan Canfield

Richard Roundtree - Capt. Stevens

Matt Clark - Tom McCoy

Mako - James Chan

Maggie Cooper - Heather Sullivan

Rosalind Chao - Linda Chan

Stuart Pankin - Nicky LaBelle

Terry Kiser - Dave Pierce

Mel Novak - Montoya

Robert Behling - Coroner

Dorothy Dells - Cab Driver

Dov Gottesfeld - Doctor

Joseph DeNicola - Parlor Manager

Tim Culbertson - Policeman

Jeff Bannister - Man on Walkie-talkie

Don Pike - Watcher

Gary New -

Harry Wong - Shop Owner

Prof. Toru Tanaka - Giant

Stuart Pankin - Nicky La Belle

Joe Lerer -

J.E. Freeman - Tow Truck Dude

Sam Hiona - Ambler

Nancy Fish -

Nigel Davenport -

Joe Bellan - Truck Driver

Arabian Adventure
Release Year: 1979
Director kevin connor
Cast:

Christopher Lee - Alquazar

Milo O'Shea - Khasim

Oliver Tobias - Prince Hasan

Emma Samms - Princess Zuleira

Puncet Sira - Majeed

Peter Cushing - Wazir Al Wazura

Capucine - Vahishta

Mickey Rooney - Dead El Shur

John Wyman - Bahloul

Shane Rimmer - Abu

John Ratzenberger - Achmed

Elisabeth Welch - Beggarwoman

Michael Watkins - Fruitseller

Suzanne Danielle - Eastern Dancer

Hal Galili - Asaf

Albin Pahernik - Asham

Clive Curtis - Nubian

Roy Stewart - Nubian

David Freedman - Ali

Marcel Steiner - Ayyub

Eddie Tagoe - Nubian

Milton Reid - Jinnee

Bobby Parr - Pulan

Aliens:
Release year 1999
Distributor: Steeplechase Entertainment

Albino
Release year 1970
Directed by:
Jurgen Goslar

Cast:

Christopher Lee

James Faulkner

Trevor Howard

Sybil Danning



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Alfred Hitchcock Hour episode "The Sign of Satan"

Director: Robert Douglas
Teleplay: Barre Lyndon, from a story by Robert Bloch

Christopher Lee (Karl Jorla)
Gia Scala (Kitty Frazier)
Gilbert Green (Max Rubini)
Adam Roarke (Ed Walsh)
Myron Healey (Dave)

Karl Jorla, a mysterious European horror actor, is contracted by a major Hollywood studio to appear in his first American feature. Having viewed a privately made demo film in which Jorla convincingly played the head of a satanic cult, the producers feel he is the ideal choice for their film. But upon his arrival in California, Jorla is fearful that the authentic devil-worshippers portrayed in the film will try to kill him for having let the film be shown. The studio provides Jorla with around-the-clock protection, but an attempt is made on his life anyway. Jorla insists that he be allowed to hide out at an address that is secret to everyone, including the producers themselves. They agree, but grow concerned when he fails to show up for his firswt day of shooting. Opting to film scenes around him, they are startled when he suddenly appears on the set, moans an address in Topanga Canyon, and then disappears. Calling the police, they rush to the address, only to find that the actor has been bludgeoned to death. The mystery deepens when the police report that as Jorla had apparently been dead for three days, it would have been impossible for him to appear on the movie set....

Original Airdate: 8 May 1964

[Info taken from _Alfred Hitchcock Presents_ by John McCarthy and Brain Kelleher as well as http://www.tvtome.com/]



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Alfred Hitchcock Hour episode "The Sign of Satan"

Corrected and information added.



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If you're looking for a complete Filmography I can find any information you'd want.

I have many lists with CL filmography, most of them are already listed. http://www.christopherleeweb.com/md

What I am looking for is corrections, duplicated or new entries that might be missing.



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A few movies i found. Here are a few movies I found that start with A

Please include only one at the time and make sure it is not already listed.

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NO Star -wars episod 3 listed ( he is in it ...no ?)

He will be in it but he hasn't started even filming it.

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"Tales of the Haunted" x2

Thanks. Corrected. Anyone has the full information on that credit?



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What is with Stanley Kubricks Lolita ?
It has achieve footage from Hammers Frankenstein
with Mr. Lee and Mr. Cushing.
Does that count ?



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What is with Stanley Kubricks Lolita ?

No. I know it doesn't make sense, Fade to Black does and this one doesn't. The reason is that Fade to Black has been officially accepted as part of his filmography while all others have not.



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1993. Lee is one of the people interviewed for the show.

Partial credits:

Executive Producers: Martin L. Waldman and Linda Waldman
Editor: Tony Breuer
Associate Producer: Jane Jaffin
Writer: Alan Goldberg
Producer/Director: Vincent Kralyevich

[I can give more extensive credits if needed.]



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A Halloween promotional item made for Hallmark back in 1988, this 30-minute video hosted by Vincent Price is essentially a shorter, cheaper version of Terror in the Aisles.

Mr. Lee appears in clips from Dr. Terror's House of Horrors.

Credits:

Made by Carter Companies for Hallmark
An Archive Film Production
Executive Producers: Dick Carter, Richard Lorber
Producer: Patrick Montgomery
Director: Pamela Page
Writer: Scot McCormick
Editors: Bill Davis, Pamela Page
Associate Producer: Trea Hoving
Music: David Yazbek
Assistant Editor: Jay Funk
Director of Photography: Greg Cooke
Sound Mixer: Laura Osborne
Video Manager: Vic Anderberry
Gaffer: Kevin Mulvey
Grip: Jeff Cooke
Makeup: Beverly Lowry
Teleprompter: Bill Sutherland
Production Assistant: Tara Sandler
Footage Coordinator: Joseph Lauro
Production Coordinator: Eileen Straussman
Production Secretary: Steve Slater

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Actually the one movie I had listed above I put down since the release date was different and the director as well.
I added the cast list as a comparison just so you could check if you had them all already, some of them were differnent thats all



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Actually the one movie I had listed above I put down since the release date was different and the director as well.

Thank you. I'll check your list again and see I can make any corrections. Regarding release dates, the year is listed by when he worked on the film, not the release. If that information comes from the IMDB, then it was corrected already as we found many mistakes when comparing them to other more reliable filmography sources. Our first filmography came from Mr Lee's agent, then it was checked against the IMBD (many mistakes) a year ago and a few things were merged and corrected. Later it was compared to Jonathan Rigby's list which is to date the most accurate and complete and later checked against many of Mr Lee's documents. To date, there isn't a single complete source of information hence it becoming very difficult to keep up to date.

A very big list of credits, is nearly impossible to correct. For this reason is esier if you just point out individual mistakes or list a new entry. If it comes from the IMDB, I have means to have it insterted at a click of a button if you just provide me with the entry # as oposed to the whole information. I can enter that number directly into our database and have the information automatically inserted. If the source is somewhere else, either the url or the name of the source (book) is more helful as I have all of these at hand.



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Mr. Lee appears in clips from Dr. Terror's House of Horrors

Unfortuanatly, this cannot be considered a credit unless he actually did something specially for that video. I've seen Mr Lee appear in film clips from several of his film in programs from Eastenders to Only fools and Horses, Coronation Street, etc. If that was the case, his screen credits would be in the thousands.



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A&E Biography - Vincent Price

What is your souce? All I need are the entries which are listed in the filmography. Title, Year, Characters, etc. Nothing more.

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The best list of movies I found besides the IMdb site was on a blockbuster movie list at
http://www.blockbuster.com/bb/person/detai...P+41362,00.html
I figured thats another good place to look
There are a few German sites as well but all thei movies are listed by their german names so its sometimes hard to get the right translation since they sometimes change the name completely
I'll keep an eye out for any other sites...



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The best list of movies I found besides the IMdb site was on a blockbuster movie list at

Indeed, their information comes from this database:

http://www.allmovieguide.com/cg/avg.dll?p=...=avg&sql=B41362

I have almost all the titles, if there are not there is due to mistakes. I know where all the filmography sites are already, in most cases I have local copies of those databases which I was able to obtain under license. The problem for me is not finding lists but being able to correct the mistakes I have on ours and noticing credits which are not already listed.

I figure it is much easier if users of this site help me spot the mistakes and missing entries than me going individually through each credit, which will take me months.



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Corrections:

Catharsis (aka Faust 63) is a completely different film to the one you have listed as La Maldicion de los Karnstein. CL is in both (he told me he has never actually seen Catharsis).

Discworld - Where on earth did you get this cast list from? Not one of your listed cast were in the cartoon of 'Soul Music'! I edited the official tie-in magazine to the two Discworld cartoons (you have the other listed under



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Unfortuanatly, this cannot be considered a credit unless he actually did something specially for that video

Ah, my mistake! I've never seen Terror in the Aisles, you see, and thought his participation in that was no more than clip footage too...



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BTW, was the A&E Biography entry valid? I watched through the tape and it looks like the interview segments Mr. Lee did were for the show.

[I also wish they'd get around to doing bios of him and Peter Cushing...]



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Catharsis (aka Faust 63) is a completely different film to the one you have listed as La Maldicion de los Karnstein

Do you have the credits or any information on Cathrsis?. In ever filmography list I have is listed as an alternative title.

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Discworld

I'll be gratefull if you could give me the credits.

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A&E Biography entry valid

Yes, it probably is. Do you have the full credits on it?

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