Boris and Vincent in The Raven (1963)

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Boris and Vincent in The Raven (1963)

Boris Karloff, Peter Lorre
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This promotional record for The Raven (1963) sadly doesn’t feature Vincent voice, instead we have Boris Karloff and voice actor/character actor Paul Frees.


Peter and Vinnie in The Raven (1963)

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Peter and Vinnie in The Raven (1963)


The Raven (1963)

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The Raven (1963)


Mexican lobby card for The Raven (1963)

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Mexican lobby card for The Raven (1963)


Vincent Price and Forrest J. Ackerman on the set of The Raven (1963)

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Vincent Price and Forrest J. Ackerman on the set of The Raven (1963)


Boxoffice magazine ad for The Raven (1963)

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Boxoffice magazine ad for The Raven (1963)


Boris Karloff, Peter Lorre, and Vincent Price in The Raven (1963)

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Boris Karloff, Peter Lorre, and Vincent Price in The Raven (1963)


French ad for The Raven (1963)

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French ad for The Raven (1963)


Vincent Price behind the scenes of The Raven (1963)

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Vincent Price behind the scenes of The Raven (1963)


Vincent Price as Dr. Esramus Craven from The Raven by Basil Gogos

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Vincent Price as Dr. Esramus Craven from The Raven by Basil Gogos

Samuel Z. Arkoff, Vincent Price, James H. Nicholson and Peter Lorre.

Samuel Z. Arkoff, Vincent Price, James H. Nicholson and Peter Lorre.

Filming the sorcerers battle with Vincent Price.

Filming the sorcerers battle with Vincent Price.

"Here you had three very good minds. Peter, Boris, and Vincent-they were all interested in art; they all had stories to tell. And oh! I used to sit and listen to them! Peter was absolutely fascinating, although he was very sick all the time. He was always pinching me on the behind! Today he’d be sued! Did I mind? N-o-o-o-o, of course not! Boris had a bad hip. He was a very gentle man, very soft, very kind. A real English gentleman. Vinnie was the healthy one, although he did frequently groan ‘Ohhh, my knees…’ He always had a dirty story. And Jack Nicholson-he was always going home to write. I’ll never forget his pantaloons; I mean, they just didn’t suit him. It was so incongruous with him. I don’t think the picture was really meant to be a comedy; it evolved into one on the set.
- Hazel Court

"Here you had three very good minds. Peter, Boris, and Vincent-they were all interested in art; they all had stories to tell. And oh! I used to sit and listen to them! Peter was absolutely fascinating, although he was very sick all the time. He was always pinching me on the behind! Today he’d be sued! Did I mind? N-o-o-o-o, of course not! Boris had a bad hip. He was a very gentle man, very soft, very kind. A real English gentleman. Vinnie was the healthy one, although he did frequently groan ‘Ohhh, my knees…’ He always had a dirty story. And Jack Nicholson-he was always going home to write. I’ll never forget his pantaloons; I mean, they just didn’t suit him. It was so incongruous with him. I don’t think the picture was really meant to be a comedy; it evolved into one on the set.

- Hazel Court

The Raven was Vincent’s 58th motion picture.

The Raven was Vincent’s 58th motion picture.