Vincent, Dana Andrews, and Gene Tierney in Laura (1944) 

Vincent, Dana Andrews, and Gene Tierney in Laura (1944) 

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Waldo Lydecker, Shelby Carpenter, “Laura”, 1944.

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Waldo Lydecker, Shelby Carpenter, “Laura”, 1944.

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Vincent Price and Gene Tierney, Laura (1944)

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Vincent Price and Gene Tierney, Laura (1944)

Dana Andrews and Vincent Price relax between takes of filming Laura (1944)

Dana Andrews and Vincent Price relax between takes of filming Laura (1944)

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Vinnie was reunited with Gene Tierney in Leave Her To Heaven (1945)

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Vincent, Gene Tierney, Dana Andrews, Judith Anderson, and Clifton Webb in Otto Preminger’s film noir classic Laura (1944). Vinnie’s personal favorite.

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Vincent Price, Ella Raines, and Edmond O’Brien in The Web (1947)

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It’s a double cross, a triple murder, with kisses for me!
 The Web (1947) 

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It’s a double cross, a triple murder, with kisses for me!

The Web (1947)
 

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Publicity photo of Vincent Price as Shelby Carpenter in Laura (1944), Vincent’s personal favorite.

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Publicity photo of Vincent Price as Shelby Carpenter in Laura (1944), Vincent’s personal favorite.


Vincent Price in Shock (1946)

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Vincent Price in Shock (1946)


Gene Tierney and Vincent Price in the film noir classic Laura (1944)

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Gene Tierney and Vincent Price in the film noir classic Laura (1944)


Half sheet for The Web (1947)

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Half sheet for The Web (1947)


Lobby card for Laura (1944), Vincent’s personal favorite.

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Lobby card for Laura (1944), Vincent’s personal favorite.


William Castle’s 2nd directorial effort (following the failure of his 1943 film The Chance Of A Lifetime) was The Whistler based on the popular radio program. As a contract director for Columbia, Castle would go on to direct 3 more films in the popular Whistler series.

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William Castle’s 2nd directorial effort (following the failure of his 1943 film The Chance Of A Lifetime) was The Whistler based on the popular radio program. As a contract director for Columbia, Castle would go on to direct 3 more films in the popular Whistler series.

Vincent Price on Laura’s Shelby Carpenter :
"I loved him. He was a wonderful character-a real upper-class scum! He was really elegant. Everything about him was charming, but he was a schmuck. He was a terrible man and he was such fun to play because he didn’t know that. Most villains don’t know they’re villains at all.”

Vincent Price on Laura’s Shelby Carpenter :

"I loved him. He was a wonderful character-a real upper-class scum! He was really elegant. Everything about him was charming, but he was a schmuck. He was a terrible man and he was such fun to play because he didn’t know that. Most villains don’t know they’re villains at all.”