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Dwight Frye

Dwight Iliff Frye (February 22, 1899 – November 7, 1943) was an American stage and screen actor, noted for his appearances in the classic horror films Dracula (1931), Frankenstein (1931), The Invisible Man (1933), and Bride of Frankenstein (1935).

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Dwight Howard and Frye would have worked for inside out and rim protection. Vucevic and Frye was a nightmare couple.
When it comes to soft big men, how far of a lead does channing frye have on Dwight Howard?
Yo, What did Frye say to homeboy in the crowd?!
Dwight Frye really deserved to be on the top line since he steals the show
Westbrook x Butler x Parsons x Channing Frye x Dwight and Dirk off the bench 🔥🔥🔥
Frye checking the ball when dwight's shooting his free throws lol
Actor Dwight Frye (Renfield in 1931's DRACULA) makes a cameo in this adventure film, playing a French Legionnaire -
Quick nba thought. If I'm the Magic I make a run at Dwight. Give up Vucevic and Frye add Dwight and make a run at Horford next season
It'd be amazing if rockets can't trade Dwight but Lance Stephenson can get you Channing frye
So what if Magic trade Vucci, Frye, and a pick to bring Dwight back, yall in?
Sometimes I forget how much I love Dwight Frye's Renfield, and then I remember who I am
Perfect date would be to visit Dwight Schrute Farm's Bed n Breakfast .
If the Magic could get Dwight for cheap, Like maybe an Oladipo and Frye or something, I'd take him. Play him and Vuc at the same time.
.Frye and Vooch works on trade checker for Dwight
1925 Dwight Frye Portrait Inscribed to His Wife starred in Dracula as Fritz in Frankenstein to name a few
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Magic get - Dwight & Ryan Anderson. Rockets get - Vucevic & Tobias Harris. Pelicans get - Frye. This would work according to NBA Trade Machine
I'd trade Frye and CJ for Dwight and they'd have to throw in KJ McDaniels too
David what about this trade scenario! Harris, frye, nicholson and draft pick for dwight and motiejunas?
spellboundnoire:. Colin Clive, Dwight frye and someone else on...
Frye signed a declining contract for $8M AAV two years ago (one year after Dwight trade). And the cap will be $108M in 2017.
Colin Clive as literally throws dirt in death's face in the 1931 classic, with Dwight Frye as Fritz.
Just two hours of talking about Dwight Frye. OwO
*cries because Dwight Frye was so cute*
"Where's Dwight Frye?" JoJo complained huffily to her television. "Where's Dwight?"
Everyone always talks about how great Bela Lugosi's performance is as Dracula, but I think the real highlight is Dwight Frye as Renfield.
1 of my celeb boyfriends will be guest starring as Dwight Frye. Ya'll should check it out! Very cool!
Oh dude, I love you, but be prepared for backlash, since Dwight Frye was black in the comics.
In some ways, Dwight Frye really was a fool. But he sure was fun to watch in these early horror movies
A new portrait every day in Oct! Today Dwight Frye, unforgettable as in
Finished watching Dracula 1931. It was pretty good and Bela Lugosi, Dwight Frye, and Edward Van Sloan were amazing.
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Photo: the-dark-city: Helen Chandler reads “Dracula” with Bela Lugosi, David Manners, Dwight Frye and...
Dwight Frye totally stole that movie. I love it!
tragic Dwight Frye... the more you know about Hollywood—as many tragedies as there are stars in heaven
Hunchback Fritz is of course played by the very intense Dwight Frye, who was Renfield in DRACULA as well.
Dwight Frye who plays Fritz was immortalized by Alice Cooper on his record Loved it to Death w/the song Ballad of Dwight Frye
Is Daniel Radcliffe's Igor an alternate Henry Clerval, or a new image of Dwight Frye's "Fritz"?! I guess we'll find out
Bela Lugosi shows Dwight Frye who the master is in DRACULA (1931).
Bela Lugosi, Dwight Frye and the cast of Dracula read from Bram Stoker's novel.
I applauded when Dwight Frye popped up, which probably isn't as weird.
Channing Frye, Paul Pierce, Dwight Howard, just to name a few for me personally
Bela Lugosi with Dwight Frye in the 1931 film version of Dracula.
WARNING: If you're going to the Irvine show tonight, this does contain some spoilers. Motley and Alice put on a fantastic show. Alice only played for an hour, but he packed a full show's worth of classics and a couple of great Alice stage antics. The backing band he had kicked *** and he still sounded great. Plus, he did one of my favorite songs: The Ballad of Dwight Frye. The only bad thing about the show was that it was too short. Motley Crue came out armed to the teeth with pyro galore. For the most part, it complemented the show rather than distracting from it. Vince is still the weak link and got a little lazy with the singing, but he still played the consummate front man. We got a history lesson from Nikki Sixx and a 19 song set that included all the band's hits (though I would have gladly traded Take Me To The Top, Red Hot, Merry Go Round, Ten Seconds To Love or anything from the first 3 albums for Without You, which was almost cringeworthy.) Highlights included Too Fast For Love, Looks That Kill, ...
Showed the kids Mel Brooks' DRACULA.I had never seen it due to bad reviews and an over saturation of Leslie Nielsen comedies at the time of its release. But my GOD is it good! Often hilarious, Harvey Korman is brilliant, the cast is spot on in spoofing the Browning film, Peter MacNicol nails Dwight Frye.this movie has aged SO well! Classic Brooks!
Yes, ok, restrained acting style certainly works next to the likes of Dwight Frye and Colin Clive...
would be no bad thing if Radcliffe took the Dwight Frye route with his career. Frye was brilliant as Renfield in Dracula
Son of Frankenstein! My favorite Lugosi performance! "You fix him Frankenstein!" Oft confused with Dwight Frye's Fritz.
Regarding DEAD MEN WALK, I can only agree w/Maltin's assesment: "it's hard to dismiss any film with Dwight Frye as a maniacal assistant."
Always good to see a nod to Dwight Frye. 😊
So much lightening last night. Spent most of it on the roof with the Kites. A cross between Bill Dainty and Dwight Frye.
Photoset: Béla Lugosi as Count Dracula and Dwight Frye as Renfield before and after he comes to the evil...
TCM PRIMETIME - WHAT'S ON TONIGHT: CREATURE FEATURES 8:00 PM 75 min TV-PG horror Bride of Frankenstein (1935) To save his wife, Baron Frankenstein must build a mate for his monster. Dir: James Whale Cast: Karloff , Colin Clive , Valerie Hobson . D: James Whale. Karloff (Boris Karloff), Colin Clive, Valerie Hobson, Ernest Thesiger, Elsa Lanchester, Una O'Connor, Clive, Gavin Gordon, Douglas Walton, Heggie, Dwight Frye, John Carradine. Eye-filling sequel to FRANKENSTEIN is even better, with rich vein of dry wit running through the chills. Inimitable Thesiger plays weird doctor who compels Frankenstein into helping him make a mate for the Monster; Lanchester plays both the "bride" and, in amusing prologue, Mary Shelley. Pastoral interlude with blind hermit and final, riotous creation scene are highlights of this truly classic movie. Scripted by John L. Balderston and William Hurlbut. Marvelous Franz Waxman score, reused for many subsequent films. Followed by SON OF FRANKENSTEIN; reworked in 1985 as THE ...
Films of William Frawley Cagney and Evelyn Daw, who made her screen debut in Something to Sing About. Cagney, William Frawley and Marek Windheim. Philip Ahn and Cagney. James Cagney as Thadeus McGillicuddy, aka Terrence "Terry" Rooney Evelyn Daw as Rita Wyatt William Frawley as Hank Meyers Mona Barrie as Stephanie "Steffie" Hajos Gene Lockhart as Bennett O. "B.O." Regan Philip Ahn as Ito, Terry's man-servant Marek Windheim as Mr. Farney, dialogue director Dwight Frye as Mr. Easton, makeup supervisor Johnny Arthur as Mr. Daviani, wardrobe supervisor William B. Davidson as Mr. Richards, nightclub owner Richard Tucker as Mr. Blaine, the director Kathleen Lockhart as Miss Amy Robbins, newspaper columnist James Newill as Jimmy, band member Harry Barris as Pinky, pianist in the band Cully Richards as Cully, band member Cast notes Evelyn Daw, a 20-year old legit soprano from Geddes, South Dakota, was singing with the Los Angeles Philharmonic when she was "discovered" by director Schertzinger.[1][3] This was her ...
Just discovered that Alice's "Ballad of Dwight Frye" is heard at some point in another of one-time-asset-turned-liability Tim Burton's desecrations of things I like, "Dark Shadows". In fact, there were young youthful youths pointing out "this song is from Dark Shadows"...which means they don't know anything about Dark Shadows, Alice, or Dwight Fry. I sure hope Burton's never read any Lovecraft. And I hope he doesn't like Doctor Who. Never saw Kim Possible. Has no idea what a GG1 is. Doesn't like cats, dogs, dinosaurs or oatmeal. One could add "cameras" to that list, but it's too late for wishful thinking.
¤ Henry Selick, Tim Burton, Helena Bonham Carter, Dwight Frye - some of my favorites
“The power of evil are too great for those with weak minds.” –Dwight Frye ‘Dracula’ 1931
Welp, I guess I got a bacteria at t-giving dinner. Don't know what it was, as I et everything. I've been vomiting and "the reverse" since yesterday afternoon. Other than that I finally popped in "Dark Shadows" - And they have Alice Cooper- "As he appeared in 1972"- and it looks like he's got The original band- Glen Buxton and they 3-pickup SG with the whammy bar, and the drummer with the double kick set with 22" kick drums, looked perfect, and Chloe Moritz sings the beginning of "Ballad of Dwight Frye"- I never knew until the 90s that Dwight Frye is the guy from hitchcocks "saboteur" who falls off the statchoo of liberty. (Lloyd Nolan).
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November 21st 1931 was the day universal declared "It's Alive!". Frankenstein with Boris Karloff, Colin Clive and Dwight Frye was released and cinematic history was made.
Alice at the Emerald Queen Casino 11-18-12 in Tacoma, WA playing Welcome To My Nightmare going into Ballad Of Dwight Frye.
Dwight Frye was the ultimate Renfield. @ Rectory of the Episcopal Church of St. Mark the Evangelist
Photo: Bela Lugosi, Helen Chandler, Dwight Frye , Edward Van Sloan and David Manners on set of Dracula...
horrorking: Dwight Frye as Renfield in “Dracula” (1931), dir. Todd Browning.
Remembering stage & screen actor Dwight Frye,who died aged just 44 on 7/11/1943.
Actor Dwight Frye died on this date in 1943.
Also: Dwight Frye biopic starring Michael Pitt. They seem about equivalent to me, and not just on looks.
...If my beloved Dwight Frye (the man with the 1000 watt stare) had been reincarnated as a tarsier. :)
Listen to Kiss and watch Dwight Frye in a rare film of his...makes for a cool video: via
Watch "Dwight Frye as Renfield from the 1931 adaption of Dracula" on YouTube one of the best scenes I've seen
Henry Waxman (D-CA) caught laughing like Dwight Frye from the 1931 Bela Lugosi Dracula Film (Tod Browning, Director).
Just because it's that time of year: Dwight Frye’s Last Laugh – Before and Beyond Dracula and Frankenstein
Happy Birthday Bela Lugosi!!! Thank you for your amazing acting.
Is there a Dwight Frye appreciation blog? If not, there should be. Tumblrites, I command you to make one.
Alice Cooper - Ballad Of Dwight Fry No one played crazy like Dwight Frye.
Dracula Movie Clip - watch all clips click to subscribe Dracula (Bela Lugosi) welcomes Renfield (Dwight Frye) to his ca...
Phyllis Diller, Dwight Frye, Luke Perry and Orson Wells... depending on the scene.
Oct. 1- Dracula (1931)- The first official film adaptation of Bram Stoker's novel is a must see for any horror movie fan. It was also notably the first sound horror movie released by Universal Studios. The acting of Hungarian actor Bela Lugosi and his portrayal of Count Dracula has become the mold for every person who's played the character since. Other notable performances include Dwight Frye as the maniacal Renfield, a slave to Dracula's will, and Edward Van Sloan as Professor Van Helsing. Added with the fact that there is no soundtrack for the entire movie except for the opening credits really give this movie a creepy atmosphere and make it the perfect movie to start the Halloween season with. Truly a classic.
If I could make a Dracula film using all of the actors that have played the parts of the characters in the novel at the time when they played the various parts, I would cast Christopher Lee as Dracula, Kate Nelligan from the 1979 version as Mina, Sir Laurence Olivier over Anthony Hopkins as Van Helsing, Sadie Frost from the 92 version as Lucy, Tony Hogarth from the 1979 version or Dwight Frye from the 1931 version as Renfield, the three fellows from the '92 version would be acceptable as Lucy's suitors Seward, Holmwood, and Morris, and Monica Belluci from Bram Stoker's Dracula as one of the brides, and Josie Maran, and Kate Beckinsale ( even though she wasn't a bride in the film) from 2004's "Van Helsing" as the two other brides.
Dwight Frye, Hollywood Murderer. A Hollywood stereotyped actor, reserved and devout Christian, that was turned into an actor only getting roles of murderers, lunatics, madmen, crazy, insane, hunchbacks, monsters. He died broken hearted. See my youtube on him and poster, please. Greatest actor of all time for he had to go from a spiritual & intelligent, sane man, to a monster. Here is the most poignant wording someone wrote about him on I could not have written this any better. I read his biography by his son, Dwight Jr. Dearest Dwight, Nov.7 is the day you left the world to become an angel. I've had a candle lit to you for most of the day, to honor your memory, your talent, your beautiful soul. You lived far before my time, but I consider you my true love. You inspire me in so many ways, and I feel you watch out for me. Whenever I perform, I think, "I'll do it for Dwight." and I do, and I always hope, when I'm done, that you will have been proud. You've broken my heart so many times, in y ...
"Henry Frankenstein (Colin Clive), an ardent young scientist, and his devoted assistant Fritz (Dwight Frye), a hunchback." thanks wikipedia
Saw Dark Shadows a few days ago and it was pretty fun. Everyone did a great job(especially Johnny Lee Miller,Eva Green and Chloe Grace Moretz) & I never thought I'd ever see a romantic scene in a movie using Alice Cooper's "Ballad of Dwight Frye" as the romantic tune.Some jokes fall a bit flat,overall it feels like it's missing something, but a fun ride nevertheless.
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