#CHRISTOPHERLEESATURDAY! Here's a rare behind scenes shot Christopher Lee and director John Huston on the set of the 1952 film, "Moulin Rouge'. Lee played an uncredited Georges Seurat, it was Lee's 17th movie since started his film career in 1948 in 'Corridors of Mirrors' with Eric Portman and direction from Terence Young. Lois Maxwell -Miss Moneypenny, also starred, and would go on to appear with Peter Cushing and Michael Redgrave in 'Time Without Pity' in 1957.
IN AN INTERVIEW with TERRY WOGAN on BBC tv in 1983, VINCENT PRICE, remembered and chatted about this photoshoot and birthday cake. He also mentioned that Peter Cushing was there too. Despite many hours of digging and research, nothing has turned up to prove he was there. No pics, no mention in autobiography! You can watch Vincent's interview below and at our PCASUK YOUTUBE CHANNEL where you'll find a whole play list of other rare Vincent Price clips!
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