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Ian Champion
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VO and screen actor/Horror film writer
VO and screen actor/Horror film writer

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Today in my History of Horror Cinema:
GODZILLA (GOJIRA) ON FILM: A PRE-HISTORY (1853-54)
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Fittingly, the last of my History of Horror Cinema written entries is also the final installment of the boys' horror-comedy movies in ABBOTT AND COSTELLO MEET THE MUMMY (1955):
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Today's History of Horror Cinema examines the somewhat schizoid ABBOTT AND COSTELLO MEET DR JEKYLL AND MR HYDE (1953):
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Today's History of Horror Horror Cinema entry is a ring-side seat for the punchy genre hybrid ABBOTT AND COSTELLO MEET THE INVISIBLE MAN (1951):
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Today's History of Horror Cinema article examines the misleading and sightly misfiring ABBOTT AND COSTELLO MEET THE KILLER, BORIS KARLOFF (1949):
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Today's History of Horror Cinema adds Bela Lugosi and Lon Chaney Jr to the first of the boys' horror-comedy hybrids: ABBOTT AND COSTELLO MEET FRANKENSTEIN (1948)
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In my History of Horror Cinema today, it's a fittingly epic review of a British horror classic, the portmanteau masterpiece DEAD OF NIGHT (1945):
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In today's History of Horror Cinema, Abbott & Costello warm up for later horror chuckles with the comedy spook-fest THE TIME OF THEIR LIVES (1946):
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In today's History of Horror Cinema, Bela Lugosi camps it up in his only colour horror film as someone else is SCARED TO DEATH (1947):
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Today's History of Horror Cinema review examines the treatment of madness and Val Lewton's final RKO film, allowing Boris Karloff to take charge of BEDLAM (1946)
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