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Charles Laughton

Charles Laughton (1 July 1899 – 15 December 1962) was an English-American stage and film actor, screenwriter, producer and director.

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The role of the Barney Fife had originally cast Charles Laughton, but a fight w/Francis Bavier at the 1st table read ended it.
Ugh! Ghastly! Who drinks prosecco at this hour? Think I'll add a splash of creme de cassis to it, gee it up a little. There! A Kir Royal - well, an Italianate Kir Royal: "chir royale"? Whatever . . . But I'm digresssing. I haven't even begun and I'm wondering off on a tangent about cheap Italian plonk already! Not that booze is entirely irrelevant to my topic. If I can just shut up about other things and get to the point, that is. But - what *is* the point? Is it that I've undergone a second round of abrasive criticism today for being "weird", or is the point . . . Gore Vidal? Apparently news flashed round the globe this w/e that GV had had sex with a thousand guys *before* he was 25; with God knows how many hustlers and rent-boys later in life, and with celebrities like Tyrone Power, Rock Hudson, Fred Astaire, what's-his-name the guy who starred in Midnight Express, Noel Coward and Charles Laughton. To cap off this tittle-tattle, strong hints were made that GV had had sex in Bangkok - a name to conjour w ...
Fact: Charles Laughton's make-up for The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1939dkTDT8?a High Stakes - DOG TREATS (Beggin Strips)
ADVISE & CONSENT (Preminger, '62) Otto's best of the 60s hasn't aged. Franchot Tone, Charles Laughton and Burgess Meredith are sensational.
After watching "Midnight Cowboy" again, I thought about the best performances in film history. So, because I can, I list them here, in my humble opinion. The first two on each list are my favorites - rest are in alphabetical order. Male: 1) Charles Chaplin in "Monsieur Verdoux"; 2) Marlon Brando in "On The Waterfront." Daniel Day-Lewis in "My Left Foot," Henry Fonda in "The Grapes Of Wrath," Dustin Hoffman in "Tootsie," Charles Laughton in "Witness For The Prosecution," Jason Robards in "Long Day's Journey Into Night," Peter Sellers in "Lolita," James Stewart in "Vertigo," Jon Voight in "Midnight Cowboy." Female: 1) Katharine Hepburn in "Long Day's Journey Into Night"; 2) Lillian Gish in "Way Down East." Bette Davis in "All About Eve," Danielle Darrieux in "Earrings Of Madame de...", Greta Garbo in "Camille," Isabelle Huppert in "The Piano Teacher," Nicole Kidman in "Birth," Angela Lansbury in "The Manchurian Candidate" (1962), Vivien Leigh in "Gone With The Wind," Anna Magnani in "The Golden Coach. ...
Sue: "From Fort Wayne, Indiana, the not-at-al1930s as a vehicle for Charles Laughton and Elsa Lanchester, (Cont,)
Script York's Roger Osborne Roger's new play Laughton is now in rehearsal at the Stephen Joseph Theatre. The play focusses on two episodes in the life of Charles Laughton, one of the twentieth century's greatest actors. Vincent Franklin and Kacey Ainsworth feature as Charles and his wife the actress and singer Elsa Lanchester. The play runs from 17 to 26 October. Roger will be giving a talk about Charles Laughton and the challenge of writing a drama about a real character on Thursday 24 October at 16.30. The theatre is also showing a selection of Laughton films.
Great! Charles Laughton and Maureen O'Hara in Alfred Hitchcock's Jamaica Inn (1939) full movie -
Getting ready to start a Saturday night classic movie double feature. First up, "Rembrandt" (1936) with Charles Laughton and Elsa Lanchester and for the second half of the bill.Hm, not quite sure yet.
Fact: In the 1928 play "Alibi", Charles Laughton became the first actor to play Agatha Christie's detective Hercule Poirot,
Another favorite film w/Charles Laughton is 'Payment Deferred'.Awful character but you still feel sorry for him.
Clicked over to for a commercial break, just in time to see a little Charles Laughton woot woot!
On now, old Charles Laughton movie with v. young Vivien Leigh and Rex Harrison. Wow.
I thought Charles Laughton was just great. Maybe a day for him next year,
Poor Charles Laughton.Always end up feeling sorry for him in his films.He's such a schlub.I mean that lovingly.
watching Sidewalks of London on TCM. what a cast: Charles laughton, Vivien Leigh and Rex Harrison
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This is the best version of Island of Dr. Moreau. Charles Laughton and Bela Lugosi.
Here's another great photo of Charles Laughton directs The Night of the Hunter. Laughton never directed again.
10-Min Interview w/ Cinematographer Stanley Cortez on Charles Laughton & 'Night of the Hunter'
Great film! Here is a rare one: CHARLES LAUGHTON READS NIGHT OF THE HUNTER (saw/heard it already?)
“Laughton directs Night of the Hunter ” this film profoundly influenced my thinking about movies.
Now *that's* a movie, “Essential Viewing. The Night of the Hunter
Charles Laughton directs Robert Mitchum in The Night of the Hunter.
Last great film for director Charles Laughton: NIGHT OF THE HUNTER. It's like he doesn't even *exist* as a director after that.
Who knew? Charles Laughton made millions playing a BLACK MAN in his "Ruggles" movies.
Charles Laughton as Harry Powell in the "The Night of the Hunter". Shelly Winters just makes him even scarier.
Brilliant to read of his friendship with a grandson of Charles Laughton (surely the real Bligh didn't perform the role better)
THE STRANGE DOOR (1951): gloomy gothic enlivened by Charles Laughton hamming magnificently and Karloff as a nobly heroic servant.
Charles Laughton directing Robert Mitchum in Night of the Hunter.
“Do you know what it means to feel like God?” – Dr Moreau (Charles Laughton)
Another Daphne DuMaurier book set to film is Jamaica Inn with Charles Laughton. Wait til you see that! :)
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hee hee whenever they talk about sanctuary dad thinks of Charles Laughton as Quasimodo swinging on the bells!
Watched Ruggles of Red Gap. Charles Laughton is a chameleon disappearing into character.
Witness for the Prosecution (1957) is an awesome movie. Charles Laughton & Tyrone Power at his best.
Mitchum & Charles Laughton reading Night of the Hunter:
"Ruggles of Red Gap". Charles Laughton at his best. Such a funny movie.
Everyone that loves America should watch "Ruggles of Red Gap" with Charles Laughton. Toward the end he recites Gettysburg Address. Tearful!
Charles Laughton could have pulled Lincoln off
Charles Laughton just gave a fab recital of Lincoln's Gettysburg Address.
It's a great speech and Charles Laughton nailed it.
Watching "Ruggles of Red Gap." Charles Laughton is the best thing ever.
I know it's Mary Boland Day & Charles Laughton is capital I Incredible but, for me, Charles Ruggles OWNS this flick.
Charles Laughton (plays the valet Ruggles) acted in many films and also directed one movie: The Night of the Hunter.
TCM is doing the perfect "Ugly American" movie. Ruggles of Red Gap with Charles Laughton.
"Ruggles Of Red Gap" (1935), a rare comic turn for the great Charles Laughton on TCM. Awesome.
Watching Ruggles of Red Gap on one of my favorites. Yay young Charles Laughton!
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I like how Charles Laughton is playing Ruggles, but the man playing his new boss is played by Charles Ruggles.
Though it's Mary Boland Day on THE RUGGLES OF RED GAP (1935) belongs to Charles Laughton. Watch it at 8.
Good little interview with Michael Caine on TCM2 and he loves Lee Marvin and Point Blank! And a clip of Charles Laughton as Captain Bligh
Unfortunately haven't seen that film, yet!, but CHARLES LAUGHTON is and always will be a genius.
Tonight: More Mary Boland. Charles Laughton in RUGGLES OF RED GAP (1935) at 8:00pm ET on
Charles Laughton is doing some amazing work here sneaking in some absurdly surreal & expressive shots/lighting. Truly superb
That would be a tough gig. I'd check to see if Charles Laughton and Alfred Hitchcock fancied a pint.
Person at the Film Quiz today: "Charles Laughton couldn't have been very good if he only directed one film". I needed Mitchum's left hand.
Photoset: filmbytheframe: Night of the Hunter, 1955 Director - Charles Laughton Cinematography - Stanley...
and Charles Laughton ups the greatness ante.
This was the first American film that Charles Laughton ever appeared in -
But seriously folks, if you like comedy and acting at any level, Charles Laughton in RUGGLES OF RED GAP is pretty much the bee's knees.
... Charles Laughton, Richard Chamberlain, Rock Hudson, Tab Hunter, Tony Perkins, & many others who were not out.
Charles Laughton. "Method actors give you a photogragh. Real actors give you an oil painting."
Jamaica Inn (1939) - This Hitchcock movie doesn't have the usual clever twists and turns but it's still enjoyable. Charles Laughton stars.
Today would’ve been Charles Laughton’s birthday! He played Captain Bligh in the 1935 version of Mutiny on the Bounty! http:…
Charles Laughton & Mitchum on set of NIGHT OF THE HUNTER...a true masterwork...
Charles Laughton slays me in Not sure why this is called a comedy. Bitter sweet maybe.
Disneyland opened this week in 1955 and Ray Bradbury went with his friend, actor Charles Laughton.
Must have been in a time warp or similar , woke this morning with half my face swollen ,think Charles Laughton The Bells The Bells
Just watching an old Charles Laughton, Vivian Leigh movie..
Director Charles Laughton was a weird guy. Elsa Lanchester was deaf for weeks once she discovered her husband was ***
would recommend 'Moby *** read by Charles Laughton as an audio book only way to go!
James Mason - one of the greatest voices ever. Right up there with Herbert Marshall, George Sanders, Claude Rains & Charles Laughton.
Oh, why could I not be made of stone, like thee! Charles Laughton
Join me tonight at the to see and talk about Alecander Korda's "Rembrandt," starring Charles Laughton:
HMS Bounty was the ship used in the film 'The Bounty' starring Charles Laughton & Clark Gable & anchored in St. Petersburg, FL for a time.
If you have Amazon Prime, check out Charles Laughton's only directorial credit, NIGHT OF THE HUNTER. I saw it many years ago and watched it again tonight. Visually, it is one of the most striking films you're likely to see, shot by Stanley Cortez (who also did the honors with Welle's THE MAGNIFICENT AMBERSONS, another remarkable film, even in its carved-up state). Robert Mitchum usually walked sleepily through most of his movies. Not so here. It's a performance that may haunt your dreams. And one of the great film scores by William Schuman. (I haven't been able to find a recording of it.) It's set during the Depression and it's about the vulnerability of children in that desperate time, a theme that resonates today. With all the technical resources at hand for today's filmmakers, I've seen little in recent years to match the imagery and magic of this film.
Charles was devastated by bad notices...He would take to his bed in agony, reading them again and again. Finally, he devised a method for exorcising them from his soul. He taught a Shakespeare class here at the house in his studio and he would gather the notices and perform them for his students...He'd act the review with tremendous power and vitriol, exhausting himself and then burn it in a bucket. It was very entertaining. -Elsa Lanchester, about her late husband Charles Laughton, as told by Frank Langella
Well, here I am at 3:45 a.m. mst wide awake. The new bed is wonderful..comfortable, etc. I just can't get back to sleep. We had a "date night" last night, and used a gift card that was given to Bill for his bd. We went to The Outback. A friend of ours is the kitchen manager there. It was relaxing and fun..had a nice dinner. We sat and talked and took our time. When we came home, the original "Les Miserables" with Fredric March & Charles Laughton from the 1930's was on TCM. I remember seeing it in about 1975..It's not a musical..very moving and poignant, & I recalled the 1st time I saw it, it was a work night & and I stayed up until 4 in the am watching it. It moved me. Today we are going to friends for a bbq & swimming. They live across the "sac" from Phil & Sarah. Great weekend! Full Moon too!
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1935 version of Les Misérables now on TCM. Charles Laughton as Inspector Javert -- who’d have thought he’d be so good in the role?
Thank you, Mary Gallo, for suggesting, and for assisting me in booking, the luxurious Hotel Prince de Galles on l'Avenue George V in Paris for the end of July. Built in 1928 following the 1925 l'Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes (the World Exhibition that launched the "Art Deco" movement), the Hotel Price de Galles was, and continues to be, a legendary jewel of Paris' Art Deco architecture and adornment. It was originally constructed to welcome to Paris during his annual stays the Prince of Wales, future Edward VIII, son of the king of England George V. Over the decades, regular guests included Sir Winston Churchill, Lord Chamberlain, the King of Yugoslavia, Lily Damita (the future Mrs. Errol Flynn), Marlene Dietrich, Charles Laughton, Lana Turner, Gina Lollabrigida, and very soon, Mary Gallo and David Schellenberg. A part of the Starwood Luxury Collection, it is indeed luxury personified. Alas, the Appartement Parisien, which comprises the entire top floor of the h .. ...
Charles Laughton guests on Tennessee Ernie Ford's TV show, and they do a funny version of "Old Rattler" together!
Just watched (for the first time) Witness for the Prosecution - Tyrone Power, Marlene Dietrich, Charles Laughton, Elsa Lanchester. What a movie! During the ending credits, a voice requests that you do not divulge the outcome of the story to those who haven't seen it (which I won't). Anyway, it's on Netflix and I highly recommend it!
I was so cold and miserable and sad this rainy day that I turned the heat up to 75 and watched "The Man on the Eiffel Tower" staring Charles Laughton and Burgess Meredith made in 1949
Gloria Swanson, Adolphe Menjou, Walter Pidgeon, and Tallulah Bankhead all bless tonight's program with their "pipes". Just wait'll you hear Elsa Lanchester sing "Don't Tell My Mother I've Been Living in Sin"! Poor Elsa...the Bride of Frankenstein on screen and the wife of Charles Laughton in real life.
Charles Laughton directing Mitchum and touching the hate tattoo. The Night of the Hunter, 1955, top 10 greatest...
"So we get to act with Charles Laughton and Marlene Dietrich, and we STILL get paid?" - everyone in the WITNESS FOR THE PROSECUTION cast
Watching Witness for the Prosecution from 1957. Simply brilliant Charles Laughton
Just made my 50th purchase: Charles Laughton's The Night of the Hunter!
The most popular U.S. movie of 1935 was Mutiny on the Bounty (Charles Laughton & Clark Gable)
Charles Laughton as Walter Whitman in a broadcast scripted and directed by Norman Corwin, Music by Bernard Hermann.
Charles Laughton is the true G.O.A.T! I love this guy! Watch this short story. It'll remind you of the SUPERCOOL vid.
Alfred Hitchcock's humorous advice: "Never work with children, animals or Charles Laughton." Looks like you have all 3 ;-)
Charles Laughton's stunning 'Night of the Hunter' ahead of its time. Shaped work of Lynch, Scorsese, Jarmusch:
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Gratitude: 5-26 - for Charles Laughton as Henry VIII in the movie, 'The Private Life of Henry VIII.' We recorded this movie, filmed in 1933, with the DVR and the sound quality was not that good. However the genius of Charles Laughton shines. His wife, Elsa Lanchester, was a riotous Anne of Cleves. Politics was not the theme of this story. Henry's many wives are registered in history, but this is also not a historical drama. Henry is shown to be what he was, a glutinous, self-centered lout with every day ups and downs. Great movie, but I must point out an error, especially since it's British-made, and we all know how historically correct they believe they are. At one point Henry addresses Cromwell. Cromwell was four years old when Henry died. Such a silly, unnecessary screw-up. -for more rain. We will take all we can get, except maybe not as much as fell all at one time in San Antonio. Here we've enjoyed a perfect amount. -for the National Memorial Day Concert in Washington D.C. Not because it is the best ...
Off to watch Charles Laughton in Witness for the Prosecution
All due respect to Mr. L, but sometimes I think you're married to Charles Laughton.
Turns out: Charles Laughton is the Charles Laughton of film noir.
Dir. Charles Laughton was a very prolific actor tho. Also he's listed as an uncredited director on a Burgess Meredith film.
I watched Hitchcock's Jamaica Inn last night. It stars Charles Laughton and Maureen O'Hara. Loved it. Laughton is...
"Children are man at his strongest. They abide." Charles Laughton's is cinematic magic. Review:
“Never not dare to hang yourself. One must always attempt the impossible if one is to grow as an artist.” –– Charles Laughton
Night of the Hunter. Why didn't Charles Laughton direct more films?
"Charles, I've got an idea!": Stanley Cortez talks about working with Laughton in The Night of the Hunter
Two-toed sloth doing an excellent recreation of Charles Laughton's lazy and debauched Nero in Quo Vadis.
Does anyone know of a small hall or space in the CT city bowl for rent once a week?
There's not an actor alive today who could touch Charles Laughton.
Can't decide which Great Gatsby to watch: Mia Farrow and Robert Redford or the original with Charles Laughton and Irene Dunne.
much better than Robert Mitchum in The Night of the Hunter by Charles Laughton.
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Todd McCarthy discusses Charles Laughton with the amazing Norman Lloyd. Ruggles of Red Gap (1935). ^TJ
Tyrone Power/Marlene Dietrich/Charles Laughton in Billy Wilder's film Witness for the Prosecution
Salomé (1953) screens on at 2pm Thursday [AEDT]. (Rita Hayworth, Stewart Granger, Charles Laughton)
Fine, I'll get of your lawn already! Maybe Forest Lawn will have me. I heard Samu, Ed Wynn & Charles Laughton have space nearby
Witness for the Prosecution. Charles Laughton, Marlene Dietrich, Elsa Lanchester in film of Christie play. Perfect Sunday fare.
Hm, I'm staying in tonight and have a choice between a number of Billy Wilder films to watch: Witness for the Prosecution (starring Tyrone Power, Marlene Dietrich, Charles Laughton ); The Apartment (starring Jack Lemmon, Shirley MacLaine) or the Lost Weekend ( starring nobody famous). Choices, choices. Which shall it be? Or shall I just go down the pub?
In WA election. Mark McGowan was played by Jimmy Stewart and Colin Barnett by Charles Laughton.
Late night viewing of Charles Laughton's "The Night of the Hunter" (1955). Pauline Kael once called it the most frightening movie ever made.
It’s time for some Robert Mitchum and we know it. Check out these photos of the brilliant actor on the set of the famous “The Night of the Hunter” by Charles Laughton. I am not the author of these images.
Well Leadfoot Lizzie, if you were finding yourself in total despair earlier about by lack of knowledge or for that matter interest in movieology, this I am sure will put you into a total catatonic state. I decided to look at a list of winners at last’s night event. Of the films mentioned I had heard of only the following as being movies: Lincoln, that is it. The winning movie “Argo” I had never heard of until I read a bit about it. Then it was familiar but I never had any idea what its name was. As far as knew, Django was the great French/Gipsy guitar player. I was disappointed not to have seen that but found out it had nothing to do with him. Anna Karenina to me is a book by Tolstoy. Les Miserables. was a Victor Hugo novel and I do remember a movie of that with Charles Laughton as Inspector Javert. I did know thy did a musical of it which was supposed to be pretty good. I bought my mother tickets to it for her birthday one year. I had no idea it was made into a movie. And that’s it. There’s a . ...
Thank you Dan Hagen for this post and for the following words: How nice that she has a purpose in life, apparently to spread religious hatred. Sad for the aimless, purposeless *** people like Alexander the Great, Socrates, Hadrian, Richard the Lionhearted, Edward II, Saladin, Francis Bacon, Frederick the Great, Byron, Walt Whitman, Oscar Wilde, Willa Cather, E.M. Forster, Tchaikovsky, Marcel Proust, Cole Porter, Leonard Bernstein, Julius Caesar, Pope Julius III, Pope Benedict IX, Pope John XII, James I, Lawrence of Arabia, Horatio Alger, Herman Melville, Charles Laughton, Bessie Smith, Tennessee Williams, James Baldwin, Peter the Great, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Hans Christian Andersen, Dag Hammerskjold, Andy Warhol, Noel Coward, James Dean, Montgomery Clift, Rock Hudson, Elton John, Michelangelo and Leonardo Da Vinci. And Alan Turing. Certainly we can add names such as Sir John Gielgud, Plato, Anderson Cooper, Rachel Maddow, Pierre L'Enfant (who may or may not have been) and so many, many more!
'Mutiny on the Bounty' (1935) is the only film with 3 Best Actor noms: Clark Gable, Charles Laughton & Franchot Tone.
Charles Laughton and Robert Mitchum on the set of "The Night of the Hunter" (1955).
Robert Mitchum for "The Night of the Hunter" directed by Charles Laughton, 1955
Charles Laughton's adaptation of John Brown's Body with a trio of heavy hitters from this date, 1953
Who are your favorite movie villains? Eleven of my own faves -- in no particular order, except for the one marked because not only was brilliantly portrayed, but he was a real person: *Frank Booth (Dennis Hopper) in BLUE VELVET *Eleanor Iselin (Angela Lansbury) in THE MANCHURIAN CANDIDATE *Kevin Khatchadourian (Ezra Miller) in WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT KEVIN *Dr. Moreau (Charles Laughton) in THE ISLAND OF LOST SOULS *Raoul (Dwight Yoakam) in PANIC ROOM *Hans Beckert (Peter Lorre) in M *Hannibal Lecter (Anthony Hopkins) in three movies *Hans Gruber (Alan Rickman) in DIE HARD *Anton Chigurh (Javier Bardem) in NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN *John Doe (Kevin Spacey) in SE7EN Amon Goeth (Ralph Fiennes) in SCHINDLER'S LIST
Henry VIII. Emil Jannings, Charles Laughton nailed it - but best is the legendary Sid James and his sensitive portrayal.
Just watched "Les Miserables" and have to tell you, this is a fantastic movie! Several outstanding performances...Russell Crowe is the best Javert I've seen since Charles Laughton owned the role in the 1935 non-musical movie version. Hugh Jackman is great as Jean Valjean and Anne Hathaway wrenches the heart as Fantine. Eddie Redmayne brought tears to my eyes when he sang "Empty chairs, empty tables". Amanda Seyfried puts her beautiful voice on display. Samantha Barks shows why she was chosen to repeat the role of Eponine as she sings of her unrequited love. Sacha Baron Cohen and Helena Bonham Carter bring a touch of comedy to every scene they steal. Daniel Huttlestone as Gavroche, the urchin, is a delight. Do yourself an entertainment favor and catch this movie at the BF Opera House this weekend.
I added a video to a playlist CAPTAIN KIDD (1945) Randolph Scott - Charles Laughton
I'm an O. Henry fan, and just discovered am anthology film called "O'Henry's Full House", made in '52. Five directors, five of Henry's best short stories from his New York City period, featuring (among many others) Charles Laughton, Richard Widmark, Marilyn Monroe, and narrated by JOHN STEINBECK! Netflix has it.now let's see if I can get the Fam to watch it with me?
SURPRISE! Play the video and...where is Ed? Instead of Ed Sullivan, actor Charles Laughton is the host! Seems Ed was in the hospital recuperating from a car crash.SURPRISE AGAIN! Elvis is not in the building either! Details on the photos!
Curator Josephine Botting reveals how a reel of film found in a house in Sussex sheds unexpected light on a time actor Charles Laughton spent in Texas in the 1950s.
Why does Insight basic cable not include Turner Classic Movies? It's the only good cable channel! I miss Charles Laughton, Clark Gable and Barbara Stanwyck. "Two and a Half Men" and "The Nanny" are no substitute.
Charles Laughton had only one choice to pay the role of psycho-reverend- conman for his adaption of Night of the Hunter ...
'My favorites films'. 'SPARTACUS'. 'Spartacus is a 1960 American epic historical drama film directed by Stanley Kubrick and based on the novel of the same name by Howard Fast. The life story of the historical figure Spartacus and the events of the Third Servile War were adapted by Dalton Trumbo as a screenplay. 'The film stars Kirk Douglas as rebellious slave Spartacus and Laurence Olivier as his foe, the Roman general and politician Marcus Licinius Crassus. Co-starring are Peter Ustinov (who won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role as slave trader Lentulus Batiatus), John Gavin (as Julius Caesar), Jean Simmons, and Charles Laughton. The film won four Oscars in all'. 'Anthony Mann, the film's original director, was replaced by Douglas with Kubrick after the first week of shooting'. 'Screenwriter Dalton Trumbo was blacklisted at the time as one of the Hollywood Ten. Kirk Douglas publicly announced that Trumbo was the screenwriter of Spartacus, and President-elect John F. Kennedy crossed ...
The Night of the Hunter. Dir. Charles Laughton with Robert Mitchum (1955). German version, >.
Charles Laughton became the first British actor to win an Oscar for his portrayal of the much-married monarch in "The Private Life of Henry VIII" (1933). In ...
A perfectly satisfying Sat. nite: The Island of Lost Souls(The Island of Dr. Moreau) from 1932 - starring Charles Laughton and Bela Lugosi - hosted by Svengoolie. It doesn't get much better!
The only man who could have successfully played Alfred Hitchcock was probably Charles Laughton.
Marlon Brando playing Charles Laughton after raiding Whoopi Goldberg's wardrobe in the Island of Dr.Moreau
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oh yes, agreed! And im still watching, but its a shocker from Brando. Prefer the Charles Laughton version tbh
This week on Charles Laughton creates "men" from beasts! Bela Lugosi asks "are ve not men?" in "Island...
This Charles Laughton movie on is all about a joyous Islander clan that's really into *** fighting. Oh the 40s.
I don't remember my 1st Amazon purchase, but 1st eBay purchase was a set of Charles Laughton collector cards in '98 or '99.
Definitely do. It cuts the very end off so it's a more Hollywood ending, but Charles Laughton's Javert is beyond perfect.
La noche del cazador * Charles Laughton Once upon a time there was a pretty fly, he had a wife this prett…
The movie's all about Cooley; Charles Laughton has a field day & is by far the best thing in the film.
Ok...my opinions on Les Miz... First I was going in with some preconceived notions and had heard some mixed reviews and opinions. Les Misérables is a story that has a very special place in my heart, so I've seen just about every version of it ever told. Movies going back the Charles Laughton version of 1935. The Anthony Perkins/ Richard Jordan version in the 70's. The Gerard Depardieu version, and the really crappy Liam Nelson/ Geoffrey Rush version. Saw the Broadway version, my high school drama dept did a version, and the two anniversary concerts. This was by far my favorite other than the stage show. Hugh Jackson, fantastic job as Valjean. Anne Hathaway...I actually said "holy s%&t!" during "I dreamed a dream" you could see the agony...it was palpable. Only weak spot was Russell Crowe. The intimate nature of the shooting, where the actors did the singing on set hurt his performance, it kinda woodened him. Some lines from some sings we're cut, probably for time purposes...some lyrical changes...all for ...
All the talk of "Les Misérables" brings back very vague memories of Charles Laughton as Inspector Javért, shouting "Jean Valjean!"
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My Park Circus - Charles Laughton's The Night of the Hunter. One of many classic films programmed :
Witness for the Prosecution (1957 - Wilder) w/ Charles Laughton and Marlene Dietrich. This is solid gold all the way around. M4
Sorry, I meant to say that I really enjoyed your book about Charles Laughton.
Watching this old movie "the hunchback of notre dame " Charles Laughton as Quasimodo and Maureen O'Hara as Esmeralda
Nearly had a WHAT DO I WATCH moment, but then realized this exists + I can drink myself to sleep w/o much trouble now
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Witness For The Prosecution! Charles Laughton was beyond. And this line by Dietrich made the homosexual in me giggle!
“It’s as if Woody Allen had only made Annie Hall.” —The AV Club on Charles Laughton’s sole directorial effort…
Best Movies: Just spent an hour and half of shear Heaven watching 'Hobsons Choice' ( Charles Laughton and John M...
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Charles Laughton? No, he's not in it. Zimbo the wolf is though...
Night of the Hunter is incredible. It's both ethereal & menacing. It's a shame Charles Laughton didn't direct more!
Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. With Gregory Peck, Ann Todd, Charles Laughton, Charles Coburn. A happily married London barrister falls in love with the accused poisoner he is defending.
Nice chemistry between Elsa Lanchester and Charles Laughton (considering they were married in real life).
Just noticed BBC2 have a lovely, wee small hour, Charles Laughton season this week. 'Arch of Triumph' with Ingrid Bergman from 2am.
Trailer for Witness for the Prosecution, starring Marlene Dietrich, Charles Laughton and Tyrone Power.
Arch of Triumph (1948) screens on [Per] at 12pm Tuesday [WST]. (Ingrid Bergman, Charles Boyer, Charles Laughton)
Watching the biggest assembly of talent ever, Kirk Douglas,Lawrence Olivier,Peter Ustinov,Charles Laughton,Tony Curtis in Spartacus!
Simon Callow's book on Charles Laughton is proof that an actor's biography can be riveting even if you've only seen one of his films...
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Really hoping to catch Charles Laughton in Jamaica Inn and Peter Lorre in the 1934 version of The Man Who Knew Too Much at
The Night of the Hunter-A masterpiece-Robert Mitchum at his best-Highly recommended-Charles Laughton's only film as director
1955 movie starring Robert Mitchum, Shelley Winters, and Lillian Gish; the only film directed by Charles Laughton.
Perfect movie for a rainy/snowy day, "Jamaica Inn" with Charles Laughton and Maureen O'Hara.
She was born Maria Castenada on a train from Mexico to Arizona, but the locale most associated with her is the South Pacific Island paradise of Tahiti. That's because at the age of 18 she appeared in the 1935 Oscar winning Best Picture "Mutiny On The Bounty" that starred Clark Gable, Charles Laughton & Franchot Tone playing a Tahitian beauty who marries the H. M.S. Bounty officer played by Tone. And 25 years later she became, in real life, the 2nd wife of Marlon Brando who was about to embark on a voyage to star in the 1962 remake of that great movie. And ironically, Brando would divorce Movita in 1962 to marry Tarita, the woman who plays the Tahitian princess that he falls in love with in his version. Movita will turn 95 this coming December 4 & she's my "forgotten celebrity who's still with us" for today. She also appeared in 1933's "Flying Down To Rio" (starring Fred Astaire & Ginger Rogers in their first film together) singing "The Carioca", and was also in "Hurricane" (1937), "Fort Apache" (194 ...
Repeating myself, but Charles Laughton was effing great.
is on right now on Great movie. Marlene Dietrich, Charles Laughton, Elsa Lanchester. Not to be miseed.
Witness for the Prosecution - juicy courtroom drama starring real life husband & wife Charles Laughton & Elsa Lanchester
Tom hardy sounds so much like Charles Laughton it's disturbing.
Charles Laughton’s final film was every bit as iconic as his first.
It might be just me but James Arthur on the X-Factor reminds me of an old actor called Charles Laughton.
Ray Milland, Charles Laughton and *** Fagan are all counting the hours...
I love that film, the only film that Charles Laughton directed. The look of the film & score are haunting! And the acting...!
Code? Charles Laughton films will never be the same! To quote a friend: "written kinda poorly but you come away with so much"
Hobson's Choice [VHS]: David Lean's finest films, from Great Expectations (1946) to Lawrence of Arabia (1962), a...
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{on the blog} Movie Moustache Charles Laughton in Island of Lost Souls
I saw "Sidewalks of London" with Vivien Leigh & Charles Laughton yesterday. I really loved that movie! It was so sweet.
Tonight's classic film: 1938's Sidewalks of London with the beautiful Vivien Leigh, Charles Laughton, and Rex Harrison.
one of the joys of starting work at 4 am - Charles Laughton in Rembrandt (1936) on the ABC...
"I woke up wiped out with my voice gone and I'm hobbling around like Quasimodo." Feel better, Charles Laughton. *smirk*
Temporarily escaping the world's realities with a wonderful movie(1938) called THE SIDEWALKS OF LONDON with Vivien Leigh, Rex Harrison and Charles Laughton. Charles Laughton is stealing the show.
Best book on Bounty history is by Caroline Alexander, btw. Differs fr the Charles Laughton movie, tho I love that too!
Pretty sure it was the only film Charles Laughton directed. Robert Mitchum is incredible in it and Stanley Cortez's photography is fantastic
Haunting melody from a masterpiece by Charles Laughton-just find it and watch it! THE NIGHT OF THE HUNTER via
If you've never seen ISLAND OF LOST SOULS, make 70 minutes available to let Charles Laughton creep you out. Especially if you're
The ghost of Charles Laughton is a frequent visitor to the Clarins counter.
The perfect geeky way to end Halloween night. Turner Classic Movies has been showing the coolest monster flicks all night. By the time I found it, it was The Wolf Man with Lon Chaney, Jr., followed by The Mummy with Boris Karloff. Now playing is The Mummy's Hand with no one notable, followed by Island of Lost Souls with Charles Laughton and Bela Lugosi, and wraps up with The Invisible Man with Claude Raines. I'm recording the last two for later devouring, methinks! 8)
"...the incomparable Charles Laughton, who, I understand, is an enormous whoopsie..." Jessica Lange is, as usual, astounding!
is loving Wolf Blitzer picking political flicks on TCM. Forgot what a scenery-muncher Charles Laughton was in "Advice and Consent".
Watching the old movie "Advise and Consent" (1962) starring Henry Fonda, Walter Pidgeon, Charles Laughton, and Don Murray, on Turner Classic Movies. What a great movie about political intrigue and power plays in the senate.
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Watching "Advise & Consent" on Henry Fonda, Charles Laughton... How have I missed this film?
Is John Hayes MP the Energy Sec related to Charles Laughton? shows an acting performance earlier this week.
Mon's film is The Night of the Hunter (12, 1955). Charles Laughton directS Robert Mitchum and Shelley Winters, in a masterpiece film-noir.
Last night watched a long-time favorite, Billy Wilder's WITNESS FOR THE PROSECUTION (1957). Outside of his supreme masterpieces--DOUBLE INDEMNITY, SUNSET BOULEVARD, SOME LIKE IT HOT--I don't know that there's any Wilder film I like better. The twisty plot (mainly invented by Agatha Christie) remains fresh and exciting even if you've seen the film so many times that you can almost recite the lines with the actors. The re-creation of the Old Bailey is quite compelling. And to have two such incomparably wonderful stars as Charles Laughton and Marlene Dietrich. . . !
Another one of my favorites playing at the main library in Nashville ,for free, on Saturday @ 2 pm. An early performance of the great Charles Laughton in The Island of Lost Souls! This film distinguishes itself from all the others in that it remains as creepy and disturbing as ever ~
I see that are reissuing Simon Callow's biography of Charles Laughton. It's a great book, do seek it out.
Day 17 of October: watching Charles Laughton's spooky 1955 thriller, The Night of the Hunter.
The wife of Charles Laughton, played the Hunchback in the second version with Maureen O'Hara as Esmeralda and Sir Cedric Hardwicke.
And in case of Charles Laughton, he's more like the John Kennedy Toole of filmmakers. Only did the one film, but man is it incredible.
Would like to see that version. I know 1935's Fredric March/Charles Laughton is excellent.
Sidewalks of London (1938) St. Martin's Lane (original title) On the sidewalks of the London theater district the buskers (street performers) earn enough coi...
ignore the insults! Peter Lorre and Charles Laughton had distinct looks! So do you!
Goes further back than that to Charles Laughton or perhaps Harry Champion:
Scene from the movie Witness for Prosecution
and I completely agree. even more, take it up to 11 and do it charles laughton-style. xD
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Just watched Mutiny on the Bounty (1935) staring Clark Gable and Charles Laughton.
Good job Charles Laughton wasn't into her 'in that way' then!
See & Elsa Lanchester (who was married to Charles Laughton) in 1935's The Bride of Frankenstein this weekend at the Music Hall
Cheers for the unmerited abuse. i just happen to think Charles Laughton our best film actor.
A magnificent and bizarre film classic, and the only film the great actor Charles Laughton ever directed.
Watched "Captain Kidd" with Charles Laughton. Set in 1699. Establishing shot of London showed the Tower Bridge. Only 2 centuries off.
Clip from James Whale's "The Old Dark House" (1932). This scene features Eva Moore and Gloria Stuart; also in the movie are Boris Karloff, Charles Laughton a...
The Gettysburg Address is the sort of eloquent speech schoolchildren were once expected to commit to memory, much as they were required to bring apples for the teacher and dip each others' pigtails in ink.
How about one of my infamous, show biz trivia questions? It's been a while, so here goes.This veteran British character actor, started his career before WWI, serving as a stage manager in British theaters, which led him eventually into acting. Almost completely blind in his right eye, due to getting gased and schrapneled in WWI service in 1917, he settled into a British career of acting, stage managing and teaching at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA). Among his pupils, John Gielgud, Charles Laughton and Laurence Olivier. He came to America to perform on Broadway in the late 1920's and basically stayed for the rest of his life, eventually becoming a U.S. Citizen. In his mid 40's age wise, he became a character acting star in films from the mid '30's to the mid 60's. Married 6 times, he hated Hollywood and when not shooting a movie, he had a penchant for buying farms on the east coast and when Hollywood called, he'd hop a train to head to Los Angeles from his farms in first, Pennsylvania, then New J ...
Wish there were a movie in which Claude Rains & Sidney Greenstreet battle James Mason & Charles Laughton.
Classic film noir from Roger Eber'ts page
7) The Night of the Hunter - Charles Laughton’s only movie as a director and holy moly what a movie.
Video: Charles Laughton for the win. Ruggles of Red Gap - Gettysburg Address (by MediaMayhem)
A picture of a pumpkin carved to look like Charles Laughton as Quasimodo in THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME:
Thinking about Charles Laughton's as Moreau in THE ISLAND OF LOST SOULS & as Sir Porterhouse in THE OLD DARK HOUSE. Both released 1932.
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The Gettysburg Address delivered by Charles Laughton /read in
Setting the scene for the rest of the film, Charles Laughton as the domineering father and Brenda de Banzie as the strong willed eldest daughter.
Can you recite the Gettysburg Address? Charles Laughton can. Comments appreciated
I do like the silent Hunchback but IMO the Charles Laughton 1 is a bit better.
Charles Laughton was a fine actor (and director, although unfortunately he only directed one film).
Behold Charles Laughton Delivering the Gettysburg Address in its Entirety in Ruggles of Red Gap: The Gettysbu...
Halloween film last night: Island of Lost Souls-Brilliant precode horror with Charles Laughton's career best turn as a sadistic Dr. Moreau.
Watching ISLAND OF LOST SOULS w/Charles Laughton and Bela. Erle C. Kenton before he did those FRANKENSTEIN sequels.
Gerri and I are watching Spartacus. Probably the best acting ensemble ever. Sir Laurence Olivier , Kirk Douglas, Tony Curtis, Charles Laughton, Jean Simmons, and Peter Ustinov. Absolutely incredible performances. Nothing even in the same world since.
It's got so that every time I walk into a restaurant I get not only soup but an impersonation of Captain Bligh. - Charles Laughton
"Witness for the prosecution". Extraordinary Charles Laughton made this story unforgettable. Marlene Dietrich looks well despite her age
Today’s scary movie – THE STRANGE DOOR from 1951. With Boris Karloff and Charles Laughton.
Charles Laughton and Peter Ustinov were modestly corpulent in a jolly way. Morbid obesity is a metaphor for "has a problem"
Today in 1929 Sean O'Casey's "Silver Tassie," premieres in London at the Apollo Theatre starring Charles Laughton and Barry Fitzgerald.
Lecturing on Henry VIII on film this morning - from 1933 Charles Laughton to 2003 Ray Winstone.
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You know, Charles Laughton is batting a thousand as a director. THE NIGHT OF THE HUNTER, yes. (So what if it's his ONLY film, shut up! :)
There needs to be a good biography of Elsa Lanchester...Bride of beard for Charles Laughton...lots of good stuff
Known as the "Queen of Technicolor" and the "Big Red", Maureen O'Hara began her career in Hollywood with the help of Charles Laughton, who, after seeing a screen test of Maureen, became mesmerized by her hauntingly beautiful eyes. Before casting her to star in Jamaica Inn (1939), he changed her name from Maureen FitzSimons to "Maureen O'Hara" - a bit shorter last name for the marquee. Maureen's next picture was to be (The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1939)) at RKO Pictures, also starring Charles Laughton. The epic film was an extraordinary success. She was only 19 by that time, yet, unlike most stars of her era, she started at the top, and remained there - with her skills and talents only getting better and better with the passing years. Maureen has an enviable string of all-time classics to her credit that include the aforementioned "The Hunchback of Notre Dame", How Green Was My Valley (1941), Miracle on 34th Street (1947), The Quiet Man (1952). Add to this the distinction of being voted one of the five mos ...
Directed by Robert Z. Leonard. With Robert Taylor, Ava Gardner, Charles Laughton, Vincent Price. Federal agent Rigby, in Central America to trace stolen plane engines, falls for the gorgeous wife of the chief suspect.
"They can't censor the gleam in my eye". Charles Laughton.
witness for the prosecution with Charles Laughton & Marlene Dietrich best ever court room drama. x
Witness for the Prosecution is great! How wonderful is Charles Laughton in it?
Proof that 21st Century western entertainment lost it's soul decades ago: Groucho and Harpo versus young Jackie Cooper ("Our Gang") in an east Hollywood studio back lot go kart race...guess who the referee was? Charles Laughton (original Hunchback of Notre Dame)!
Plastic surgery doppelgangers, detecting invisible alarm beams, safecracking. But probably back to Charles Laughton grimacing in a few mins.
Got THE BIG CLOCK from Netflix today. Think I'll go watch it right now - I love Charles Laughton and Elsa Lanchester!
Orson Welles' Radio program presents an excerpt from Julius Caesar, starring Charles Laughton:
Should be 2 in fact : Charles Laughton was in Spartacus with Wally Rose who starred in Murder in the 1st with Bacon.
Among the actors considered for the lead in this film were Charles Laughton and Cary Grant -
Charles Laughton was in an unfinished Josef von Sternberg movie called I, CLAUDIUS.
Directed by Rowland V Lee In 1699, William Kidd (Charles Laughton), a ruthless pirate who has recently captured the ship The Twelve Apostles and killed its crew, presents himself at the court of King William III (Henry Daniell) as an honest shi...
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Luke Sacher, the Academy Awards page that you posted, mentioned the Pickford Center. Would that be in the Smithsonian in DC? Ned and I used to go the Mary Pickford Theater in the National Library across the street from the Jeffersonian. Great old and classics that had been restored. We saw the b&w Robert Mitchum, Shelley Winters film directed by Charles Laughton. Fabulous picture, I've forgotten the name. There are two other great theaters in DC; the one in the Kennedy Center and the National Gallery of Modern Art. One week we saw every movie Bo Widerberg had ever made, up to the mid-90s. The richness of theaters in DC is one of reasons I miss living there. Oh well, I'll remind myself of the suffocating summer humidity.
Robert Mitchum - I've probably seen it but it doesn't ring bells! Speaking of which directed by Charles Laughton who was Quizimodo
"The Cop and the Anthem" was one of five short stories by O. Henry which were featured in the 1952 movie "Full House" and introduced by the writer John Stein...
Do not forget Charles Laughton, Robert Shaw, Richard Burton, and Keith Michell ;-)
Currently playing on is YOUNG BESS featuring Charles Laughton as King Henry VIII. I'll be honest, I've never seen this movie, but...
Young Bess, with Jean Simmons and Charles Laughton, on TCM at 10 EDT. More at
From the archives - Four Frames: Night of the Hunter, by -
First time on YouTube. From a 1950 radio show, Elsa Lanchester (the Bride of Frankenstein) and Charles Laughton (Quasimodo, Captain Bligh), who were married ...
What better than live Elvis footage from 1956? Live Elvis footage with a Charles Laughton introduction: via
Watching "Island of Lost Souls" from 1932 about Dr. Moreau. I love Charles Laughton.
The character of Henry VIII has been nominated 3 times for an Oscar, played by Charles Laughton, Robert Shaw and Richard Burton
Right now on TCM: The 1952 film of Les Miserables with Michael Rennie (The Day the Earth Stood Still and The Robe) as Jean Valjean and Debra Paget as Cosette. I wish I knew this was on -- I have the 1935 (Charles Laughton) and 1998 (Liam Neeson) films and the 1978 TV movie (Richard Jordan, Anthony Perkins) of the Victor Hugo classic on DVR. There also is a 1995 film as well as a 2000 film with Gerard Depardieu ... There will be a new movie version of Les Miserables coming out this year. I have yet to see the musical. Does anyone remember an animated adaption of Les Miserables in the 1970s? I thought there was an animated version but I can't find a version ...
On Turner Classic Movies channel the Canterville Ghost with Charles Laughton and Robert young, right now. I'm recording it for later
Happy Sunday. FYI. 1956: Elvis Presley made the first of three appearances on TV's Ed Sullivan Show. While Ed recovered from an auto accident, actor Charles Laughton introduced Elvis, who sang "Hound Dog," "Don't Be Cruel," and "Reddy Teddy." And 1957: The same song was on the Billboard pop, country & western, and rhythm & blues charts: Jerry Lee Lewis' "Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On."
Charles Laughton wrote a biography of Simon Callow? Can't have been much to write about at that age...
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They had good chicken RT“Lillian Gish, Shelley Winters & Charles Laughton having dinner before the '56 A…
Now watching Robert Mitchum and Shelly Winters in Charles Laughton's Night of the Hunter
I watched "Spartacus" today (1960 great cast - Kirk Douglas, Charles Laughton, Lawrence Olivier, Peter Ustinov and directed by Stanley Kubrick). Last week I viewed Ben Hur (1959 Charleton Heston). The Monty Pythons undoubtedly watched these before writing "Life of Brian." It was sort of like watching the first two Frankenstein movies which were satirized/plagiarized (lovingly) by Mel Brooks.
From Orson Welles' very eclectic war time radio series, "Almanac", a scene from "Julius Caesar" with Charles Laughton as Cassius and Welles as Brutus. Cleane...
“Handling Charles Laughton was like handling a one-ton elephant with a glass of gin in his hand,” Paul Gregory said.
This waterlogged 1935 movie with Charles Laughton & Clark Gable was remade in 1962 & 1984 (200 pts)
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"Witness for the Prosecution" (1957) ~~ "I'm surprised women's hats don't cause more murders" ~ Charles Laughton as irascible defence lawyer
I am still torn apart today on who played the better Quasimodo: Lon Chaney or Charles Laughton?
Fine movie, the only film that Charles Laughton directed!
Robert Mitchum's murderous preacher was a brave role to take on in Charles Laughton's sublime
Charles Laughton signed me to my first movie contract at 17. He later asked my parents if he could adopt me.
...and Charles Laughton is absolutely amazing as Henry - and great scene with Lanchester as Anne of Cleves. Solid vintage film.
Obviously, easier the less films you've made. Charles Laughton is always going to get plenty of votes for his sole film Night of the Hunter.
Radio in the 1930s and 40s really was its own art form, and this is one of the little known masterpieces : Charles Laughton (in one of a series of three show...
Such a good movie tbh! Charles Laughton should've directed other movies!
Tonight 3 great movies on Turner Classic Movies starring Lillian Gish. At 8 PM D.W. Griffith's epic silent movie "Intolerance", at 11:30 PM Victor Sjostrom's silent "The Wind", and at 1 AM the number 2 movie on my top ten list Charles Laughton's "Night of the Hunter." Spend the evening watching these great movies or if you can't then get out the DVR or Tivo and record them for your future enjoyment.
poor thing - it was old when dear Charles Laughton claimed to have invented it!
Last night's film was Island of Lost Souls (1932) an early take on Dr Moreau with Charles Laughton. clip:
Maureen O'Hara in church. Priest teaches Esmerelda how to pray in church.
Feeling like Charles Laughton this morning. Bed was so uncomfortable that my back is hunched and these Koln Dom bells!!
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