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The popularity of horror films waned throughout the s, and Karloff began working in television as early as He guest-starred in many anthology shows and hosted several shows of his own, including the popular Thriller — His most famous television performance was in the animated special How the Grinch Stole Christmas , for which he provided the voices of both the Grinch and the narrator.
He later won a Grammy Award for his audio recording of the Dr. Seuss story. Films such as The Raven , The Comedy of Terrors , and Die, Monster, Die!
In this, as in most of his films, Karloff, with his soft voice and gentle demeanour, proved that horror was most effectively conveyed via understatement and quiet dignity.
Print Cite verified Cite. While every effort has been made to follow citation style rules, there may be some discrepancies. An enthusiastic performer, he returned to the Broadway stage in the original production of Arsenic and Old Lace in , in which he played a homicidal gangster enraged to be frequently mistaken for Karloff.
Frank Capra cast Raymond Massey in the film , which was shot in , while Karloff was still appearing in the role on Broadway.
The play's producers allowed the film to be made conditionally: it was not to be released until the production closed. Karloff reprised his role on television in the anthology series The Best of Broadway , and with Tony Randall and Tom Bosley in a production on the Hallmark Hall of Fame.
He also starred in a radio adaptation produced by Screen Guild Theatre in In , he underwent a spinal operation to relieve a chronic arthritic condition.
Karloff returned to film roles in The Climax , an unsuccessful attempt to repeat the success of Phantom of the Opera More liked was House of Frankenstein , where Karloff played the villainous Dr.
Niemann and the monster was played by Glenn Strange. Karloff made three films for producer Val Lewton at RKO: The Body Snatcher , his last teaming with Lugosi, Isle of the Dead and Bedlam In a interview with Louis Berg of the Los Angeles Times , Karloff discussed his arrangement with RKO, working with Lewton and his reasons for leaving Universal.
Karloff left Universal because he thought the Frankenstein franchise had run its course; the entries in the series after Son of Frankenstein were B-pictures.
Berg wrote that the last installment in which Karloff appeared— House of Frankenstein —was what he called a " 'monster clambake,' with everything thrown in—Frankenstein, Dracula, a hunchback and a 'man-beast' that howled in the night.
It was too much. Karloff thought it was ridiculous and said so. Horror films experienced a decline in popularity after the war, and Karloff found himself working in other genres.
For the Danny Kaye comedy, The Secret Life of Walter Mitty , Karloff appeared in a brief but starring role as Dr. Hugo Hollingshead, a psychiatrist.
Director Norman Z. McLeod shot a sequence with Karloff in the Frankenstein monster make-up, but it was deleted from the finished film.
Karloff appeared in a film noir, Lured , and as an Indian in Unconquered He had support roles in Dick Tracy Meets Gruesome , Tap Roots , and Abbott and Costello Meet the Killer, Boris Karloff.
During this period, Karloff was a frequent guest on radio programmes, whether it was starring in Arch Oboler 's Chicago-based Lights Out productions including the episode "Cat Wife" or spoofing his horror image with Fred Allen or Jack Benny.
In , he was the host and star of Starring Boris Karloff , a radio and television anthology series for the ABC broadcasting network.
He appeared as the villainous Captain Hook in Peter Pan in a stage musical adaptation which also featured Jean Arthur.
Karloff returned to horror films with The Strange Door and The Black Castle He was nominated for a Tony Award for his work opposite Julie Harris in The Lark , by the French playwright Jean Anouilh , about Joan of Arc , which was reprised on Hallmark Hall of Fame.
During the s, he appeared on British television in the series Colonel March of Scotland Yard , in which he portrayed John Dickson Carr 's fictional detective Colonel March, who was known for solving apparently impossible crimes.
Christopher Lee appeared alongside Karloff in the episode "At Night, All Cats are Grey" broadcast in Karloff appeared in Abbott and Costello Meet Dr.
Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and visited Italy for The Island Monster and India for Sabaka Karloff, along with H.
Kaltenborn , was a regular panelist on the NBC game show , Who Said That? Later, as a guest on NBC's The Gisele MacKenzie Show , Karloff sang "Those Were the Good Old Days" from Damn Yankees while Gisele MacKenzie performed the solo, "Give Me the Simple Life".
On The Red Skelton Show , Karloff guest starred along with actor Vincent Price in a parody of Frankenstein, with Red Skelton as "Klem Kadiddle Monster".
He served as host and frequent star of the anthology series The Veil which was never broadcast due to financial problems at the producing studio; the complete series was rediscovered in the s.
Karloff made some horror films in the late s: Voodoo Island , The Haunted Strangler , Frankenstein as the Baron , and Corridors of Blood In the "mad scientist" role in Frankenstein as Baron Victor von Frankenstein II, the grandson of the original creator.
In the finale, it is revealed that the crippled Baron has given his own face to the monster. Karloff donned the monster make-up for the last time in for a Halloween episode of the TV series Route 66 , which also featured Peter Lorre and Lon Chaney, Jr.
During this period, he hosted and acted in a number of television series, including Thriller and Out of This World. Karloff appeared in Black Sabbath directed by Mario Bava.
He made The Raven for Roger Corman and American International Pictures AIP. Corman used Karloff in The Terror playing a baron who murdered his wife.
He made a cameo in AIP's Bikini Beach and had a bigger role in that studio's The Comedy of Terrors , directed by Jacques Tourneur and Die, Monster, Die!
In , Karloff also appeared with Robert Vaughn and Stefanie Powers in the spy series The Girl from U. That same year, he also played an Indian Maharajah on the installment of the adventure series The Wild Wild West titled "The Night of the Golden Cobra".
In , he played an eccentric Spanish professor who believes himself to be Don Quixote in a whimsical episode of I Spy titled "Mainly on the Plains".
Karloff's last film for AIP was The Ghost in the Invisible Bikini In the mids, he enjoyed a late-career surge in the United States when he narrated the made-for-television animated film of Dr.
Seuss ' How the Grinch Stole Christmas , and also provided the voice of the Grinch , although the song " You're a Mean One, Mr.
Grinch " was sung by the American voice actor Thurl Ravenscroft. The film was first broadcast on CBS-TV in Karloff later received a Grammy Award for " Best Recording For Children " after the recording was commercially released.
He appeared in Mad Monster Party? Karloff starred in Targets , a film directed by Peter Bogdanovich , featuring two separate stories that converge into one.
In one, a disturbed young man kills his family, then embarks on a killing spree. In the other, a famous horror-film actor contemplates then confirms his retirement, agreeing to one last appearance at a drive-in cinema.
Karloff starred as the retired horror film actor, Byron Orlok, a thinly disguised version of himself; Orlok was facing an end of life crisis, which he resolved through a confrontation with the gunman at the drive-in cinema.
Around the same time, he played occult expert Professor Marsh in a British production titled The Crimson Cult Curse of the Crimson Altar , also , which was the last Karloff film to be released during his lifetime.
He ended his career by appearing in four low-budget Mexican horror films: Isle of the Snake People , The Incredible Invasion , Fear Chamber and House of Evil.
This was a package deal with Mexican producer Luis Enrique Vergara. Karloff's scenes were directed by Jack Hill and shot back-to-back in Los Angeles in the spring of The films were then completed in Mexico.
All four were released posthumously, with the last, The Incredible Invasion, not released until , two years after Karloff's death. Cauldron of Blood , shot in Spain in and co-starring Viveca Lindfors , was also released after Karloff's death.
While shooting his final films, Karloff suffered from emphysema. Only half of one lung was still functioning and he required oxygen between takes. He recorded the title role of Shakespeare 's Cymbeline for the Shakespeare Recording Society Caedmon Audio.
The recording was originally released in A download of his performance is available from audible.História, hodnoty, vízia. Rodinná firma KARLOFF sa zaoberá predajom prémiových produktov v alkoholovom odvetví už trinásť rokov, pričom jej zakladatelia majú viac ako dvadsaťročné skúsenosti. 1/29/ · Boris Karloff, English actor who became internationally famous for his sympathetic and chilling portrayal of the monster in the classic horror film Frankenstein. He reprised the role in several sequels and also provided the voices of the Grinch and the narrator in the holiday standard How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Chers Clients, En date du 15 mars , le site uxbridgess.com a cessé de fonctionner, coïncidant avec la fermeture du magasin de la rue Etraz (Lausanne). Tout au long de ses 18 années d’existence, nous avons pu servir, par le biais de cette base de données, près de 10' clients. Show all 10 episodes. June 15, - January 12, 76 years old. December Learn how Safari Webseite übersetzen when to remove this template message. For his contribution to film and television, Boris Karloff Karloff awarded two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fameat Vine Street for motion pictures, and Hollywood Boulevard for television. Beste Komödien A New History.