CORRIDORS OF BLOOD (1958): I’ve seen movies starring both Bela Lugosi and Boris Karloff before, and I’ve seen movies starring both Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing, but this is the first movie I’ve seen starring both Boris Karloff and Christopher Lee. I forgot what we were watching that brought this to our attention, but I knew I had to see it. It’s about a doctor (Karloff) operating before anesthesia was invented. He makes some bad choices and falls in with an unscrupulous crown who need his signature on death certificates of murder victims they sell to the teaching hospital.
When Tracy ordered the DVD online, she also added a set of six Karloff films for five bucks, so we’ll likely be watching those in the near future.
Oh! That makes a great deal more sense. Thanks!
"Oh! That's very different! Never mind." [/Emily Litella]
I was betting on unscrupulous clown or royal person.
Jeff of Earth-J said:
I was afraid to make an Emily Litella joke, fearing no one would get it. that was 40 years ago!
"What's all this I hear about presidential erections?"
"Violins on television!"
“What’s all this I’ve been hearing about unscrupulous crowns? Other types of headgear can be unscrupulous, too… like derbies or fedoras… Why pick on crowns? This is an outrage!”
Never trusted berets myself. Why only pronounce SOME of the letters? They're up to something.
Hat's off to you guys for your insightful comments on the situation. You've definitely peaked my interest in this topic.