His rampage comes to a stop when he and Decker are killed by the British army. Upon his death, Konga changes back to a baby chimpanzee. Michael Gough as Dr. Charles Decker. Margo Johns as Margaret. Jess Conrad as Bob Kenton. Claire Gordon as Sandra Banks. Austin Trevor as Dean Foster. Jack Watson as Superintendent Brown. George Pastell as Professor Tagore. Vanda Godsell as Bob's Mother.
Stanley Morgan as Inspector Lawson. Grace Arnold as Miss Barnesdell. Leonard Sachs as Bob's Father. Nicholas Bennett as Daniel. Kim Tracy as Mary. Rupert Osborne as Eric Kenton. Waveney Lee as Janet Kenton. John Welsh as Commissioner Garland. Paul Stockman as Konga uncredited.
As Cohen had long admired King Kong he thought of a giant ape film shot in colour. Cohen recalled that the special effects for the film that was one of the first giant monster movies shot in colour Eastmancolor took 18 months to complete. The climatic scene in London streets was possible when the producer was able to convince a police precinct captain that the scenes could be effectively staged late at night on essentially empty streets.
A combination of miniature sets, an actor in a gorilla suit and use of studio mattes also made the technical aspects of the production look better than its meagre budget would allow. Konga appeared as part of a program double-bill with Master of the World The film was reviewed in The New York Times , where the film critic Eugene Archer noted it played to "misplaced guffaws" and was further described as: " In a later Time Out film review, Konga was considered: "Inept, silly, and ludicrously enjoyable monster movie, with Gough as the mad boffin who injects a chimp with a growth serum, only to see it turn into an uncredited actor in a gorilla suit.
Thereafter the ape grabs a Michael Gough doll and heads for Big Ben. Deeply political. A novelization of the film was released in paperback at the time of its original release Konga by Dean Owen Monarch, From to Charlton Comics published 23 issues of the comic Konga. It included work by Spider-Man co-creator Steve Ditko.
The series was renamed Fantastic Giants with issue 24, which turned out to be the last issue of the series. Konga also appeared in a three-issue mini-series that started off as The Return of Konga , before it was renamed Konga's Revenge with issue 2. The series ran from This was followed by a one-shot reprint issue in In this story, Captain Universe creates huge versions of toys based on Gorgo and Konga to battle giant monsters that are attacking the neighborhood.
For copyright reasons Konga's name was altered to "Kongo". This sequence was Ditko paying homage to his earlier work with these characters from the s Charlton Comics comic books. Some of these issues were reprinted in black and white in a trade paperback in called Angry Apes n' Leapin Lizards. With a career spanning nearly 70 years, Lee initially portrayed villains and became best known for his role as Count Dracula in a sequence of Hammer Horror films. Lee considered his best performance to be that of Pakistan's founder Muhammad Ali Jinnah in the biopic Jinnah , and his best film to be the British horror film The Wicker Man He frequently appeared opposite Peter Cushing in Hammer Horror films, and late in his career had roles in six Tim Burton films.
Always noted as an actor for his deep, strong voice, Lee was also known for his singing ability, recording various opera and musical pieces between and , and the symphonic metal album Charlemagne: By the Sword and the Cross in , after having worked with several metal bands since Lee died from complications of respiratory problems and heart failure on the morning of 7 June , at the age of He had one sister, Xandra Carandini Lee — Lee's parents separated when he was four and divorced two years later.
During this time, his mother took him and his sister to Wengen in Switzerland. Fleming, author of the James Bond novels, thus became Lee's step-cousin. The family moved to Fulham, living next door to the actor Eric Maturin. When Lee was nine, he was sent to Summer Fields School, a preparatory school in Oxford whose pupils often later attended Eton.
He continued acting in school plays, though "the laurels deservedly went to Patrick Macnee". Lee applied for a scholarship to Eton, where his interview was in the presence of the ghost story author M. His poor maths skills meant that he placed eleventh, and thus missed out on being a King's Scholar by one place. His step-father was not prepared to pay the higher fees that being an Oppidan Scholar meant, and so he did not attend. Instead, Lee attended Wellington College, where he won scholarships in the classics, studying Ancient Greek and Latin.
Aside from a "tiny part" in a school play, he didn't act while at Wellington. He was a "passable" racquets player and fencer and a competent cricketer but did not do well at the other sports played: hockey, football, rugby and boxing. He disliked the parades and weapons training and would always "play dead" as soon as possible during mock battles.
Lee was frequently beaten at school, including once at Wellington for "being beaten too often", though he accepted them as "logical and therefore acceptable" punishments for knowingly breaking the rules. At age 17, and with one year left at Wellington, the summer term of was his last.
His mother separated from Rose, and Lee had to get a job, his sister already working as a secretary for the Church of England Pensions Board. With most employers on or preparing to go on summer holidays, there were no immediate opportunities for Lee, and so he was sent to the French Riviera, where his sister was on holiday with friends. On his way there he stopped briefly in Paris, where he stayed with the journalist Webb Miller, a friend of Rose, and witnessed the execution of Eugen Weidmann, the last person to be executed in public in France.
Arriving in Menton, he stayed with the Russian Mazirov family, living among exiled princely families. It was arranged that he should stay on in Menton after his sister had returned home, but with Europe on the brink of war, he returned to London instead. He worked as an office clerk for United States Lines, taking care of the mail and running errands. He and other British volunteers were kept away from actual fighting, but they were issued winter gear and were posted on guard duty a safe distance from the front lines. After a fortnight, they returned home. Lee returned to work at United States Lines and found his work more satisfying, feeling that he was contributing.
In early , he joined Beecham's, at first as an office clerk, then as a switchboard operator. When Beecham's moved out of London, he joined the Home Guard. In the winter, his father fell ill with bilateral pneumonia and died on 12 March Realising that he had no inclination to follow his father into the Army, Lee decided to join up while he still had some choice of service, and volunteered for the Royal Air Force.
Training with de Havilland Tiger Moths, Lee was having his penultimate training session before his first solo flight, when he suffered from headaches and blurred vision. The medical officer hesitantly diagnosed a failure of his optic nerve, and he was told he would never be allowed to fly again. Lee was devastated, and the death of a fellow trainee from Summer Fields only made him more despondent.
His appeals were fruitless, and he was left with nothing to do. He was moved around to different flying stations, before going to Salisbury in December Thinking he should "do something constructive for my keep", he applied to join RAF Intelligence. His superiors praised his initiative, and he was seconded into the Rhodesian Police Force and was posted as a warder at Salisbury Prison. He was then promoted to leading aircraftman and moved to Durban in South Africa, before travelling to Suez on the Nieuw Amsterdam.
He was then attached to No. They lent air support to the ground forces and bombed strategic targets. Lee, "broadly speaking, was expected to know everything". As the advance continued into Tunisia, with the Axis forces digging themselves in at the Mareth Line, Lee was almost killed when the squadron's airfield was bombed. After breaking through the Mareth Line, the squadron made their final base in Kairouan. They then moved to Malta, and, after its capture by the British Eighth Army, the Sicilian town of Pachino, before making a permanent base in Agnone Bagni.
At the end of July , Lee received his second promotion of the year, this time to flying officer. After the Sicilian campaign was over, Lee came down with malaria for the sixth time in under a year, and was flown to a hospital in Carthage for treatment. When he returned, the squadron was restless, frustrated with a lack of news about the Eastern Front and the Soviet Union in general, and with no mail from home or alcohol. Unrest spread and threatened to turn into mutiny.
Lee, by now an expert on Russia, talked them into resuming their duties, which much impressed his commanding officer. After the Allied invasion of Italy, the squadron was based in Foggia and Termoli during the winter of Lee was then seconded to the Army during an officer's swap scheme. While spending some time on leave in Naples, Lee climbed Mount Vesuvius, which erupted three days later. During the final assault on Monte Cassino, the squadron was based in San Angelo, and Lee was nearly killed when one of the planes crashed on takeoff, and he tripped over one of its live bombs.
Lee took part in forward planning and liaison, in preparation for a potential assault into the rumoured German Alpine Fortress. For the final few months of his service, Lee, who spoke fluent French and German, among other languages, was seconded to the Central Registry of War Criminals and Security Suspects. Here, he was tasked with helping to track down Nazi war criminals. Of his time with the organisation, Lee said: "We were given dossiers of what they'd done and told to find them, interrogate them as much as we could and hand them over to the appropriate authority We saw these concentration camps.
Some had been cleaned up. Some had not. Lee's stepfather served as a captain in the Intelligence Corps, but it is unlikely he had any influence over Lee's military career. Lee saw him for the last time on a bus in London in , by then divorced from Lee's mother, though Lee did not speak to him. Returning to London in , Lee was offered his old job back at Beecham's, with a significant raise, but he turned them down as "I couldn't think myself back into the office frame of mind.
He was sent to see Josef Somlo for a contract, who immediately announced that he was "much too tall to be an actor". A student at Rank's "Charm School", Lee and many of the others had difficulty finding work. Lee had a single line, "a satirical shaft meant to qualify the lead's bravura". His "apprenticeship" lasted ten years, as he mostly played supporting and background characters. Also in this early period, he made an uncredited appearance in Laurence Olivier's film version of Hamlet , as a spear carrier his later co-star and close friend Peter Cushing played Osric.
A few years later, he appeared in Captain Horatio Hornblower R. He was cast when the director asked him if he could speak Spanish and fence, which he was able to do. Lee appeared uncredited in the American epic Quo Vadis also , which was shot in Rome, playing a chariot driver and was injured when he was thrown from it at one point during the shoot. He recalled that his breakthrough came in , when Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. He said in , "I was cast in various roles in 16 of them and even appeared with Buster Keaton and it proved an excellent training ground.
Throughout the next decade, he made nearly 30 films, including Cockleshell Heroes , playing mostly stock action characters. It was the first film to co-star Lee and Cushing, who ultimately appeared together in over twenty films and became close friends.
When he arrived at a casting session for the film, "they asked me if I wanted the part, I said yes and that was that". A little later, Lee co-starred with Boris Karloff in the film Corridors of Blood , but Lee's own appearance as Frankenstein's monster led to his first appearance as the Transylvanian vampire in the film Dracula , known as Horror of Dracula in the United States. Lee's role has no lines, he merely hisses his way through the film.
Stories vary as to the reason for this: Lee states he refused to speak the poor dialogue he was given, but screenwriter Jimmy Sangster claims that the script did not contain any lines for the character. This film set the standard for most of the Dracula sequels in the sense that half the film's running time was spent on telling the story of Dracula's resurrection and the character's appearances were brief. Lee went on record to state that he was virtually "blackmailed" by Hammer into starring in the subsequent films; unable or unwilling to pay him his going rate, they would resort to reminding him of how many people he would put out of work, if he did not take part.
Lee said in an interview in , "all they do is write a story and try and fit the character in somewhere, which is very clear when you see the films.
They gave me nothing to do! I pleaded with Hammer to let me use some of the lines that Bram Stoker had written. Occasionally, I sneaked one in. Lee starred in two further Dracula films for Hammer in the early s, both of which attempted to bring the character into the modern-day era. These were not commercially successful: Dracula A. The film was tentatively titled Dracula Is Dead Speaking at a press conference in to announce the film, Lee said, "I'm doing it under protest I think it is fatuous.
I can think of twenty adjectives — fatuous, pointless, absurd. It's not a comedy, but it's got a comic title. I don't see the point. Lee's other work for Hammer included The Mummy Lee considers this film to be the reason he stopped being typecast: "I've never been typecast since. Sure, I've played plenty of heavies, but as Anthony Hopkins says, "I don't play villains, I play people. He auditioned for a part in the film The Longest Day , but was turned down because he did not "look like a military man". Some film books incorrectly credit him with a role in the film, something he had to correct for the rest of his life.
Lee's friend Dennis Wheatley, a noted author, was responsible for bringing the occult to him. The company made two films from Wheatley's novels, both starring Lee. The first, The Devil Rides Out , is generally considered to be one of Hammer's crowning achievements. According to Lee, Wheatley was so pleased with it, that he offered the actor the film rights to his remaining black magic novels, free of charge. However, the second film, To the Devil a Daughter , was fraught with production difficulties and was disowned by its author.
Although financially successful, it was Hammer's last horror film, and marked the end of Lee's long association with the studio that had a major impact on his career. Like Cushing, Lee also appeared in horror films for other companies during the year period from to Other films in which Lee performed include the series of Fu Manchu films made between and , in which he starred as the villain in heavy oriental make-up; I, Monster , in which he played Jekyll and Hyde; The Creeping Flesh ; and his personal favourite, The Wicker Man , in which he played Lord Summerisle.
Lee wanted to break free of his image as Dracula and take on more interesting acting roles. He met with screenwriter Anthony Shaffer, and they agreed to work together. Shaffer had a series of conversations with Hardy, and the two decided that it would be fun to make a horror film centering on "old religion", in sharp contrast to the popular Hammer films of the day. Shaffer read the David Pinner novel Ritual , in which a devout Christian policeman is called to investigate what appears to be the ritual murder of a young girl in a rural village, and decided that it would serve well as the source material for the project.
However, he soon decided that a direct adaptation would not work well, and began to craft a new story, using only the basic outline of the novel. Lee was so keen to get the film made, he gave his services for free, as the budget was so small. He would later refer to the film as the best he had ever made. Lee appeared as the on-screen narrator in Jess Franco's Eugenie as a favour to producer Harry Alan Towers, unaware that it was softcore pornography, as the sex scenes were shot separately. I had no idea that was what it was when I agreed to the role. I was told it was about the Marquis de Sade.
I flew out to Spain for one day's work playing the part of a narrator. I had to wear a crimson dinner jacket. There were lots of people behind me. They all had their clothes on. There didn't seem to be anything peculiar or strange. A friend said: 'Do you know you are in a film in Old Compton Street? So I crept along there heavily disguised in dark glasses and scarf, and found the cinema and there was my name.
I was furious! There was a huge row. When I had left Spain that day everyone behind me had taken their clothes off! In addition to making films in the United Kingdom, Lee made films in mainland Europe: he appeared in two German films, Count Dracula , where he again played the vampire count, and The Torture Chamber of Dr. Sadism Lee was a producer of the horror film Nothing But the Night also , in which he also starred. It was the first and last film he ever produced, as he did not enjoy the process. He was wounded in his left knee during filming, an injury he still felt many years later.
He also appeared in the sequel film The Four Musketeers , which was actually shot at the same time. Although "killed" in the latter film, he reprised the role in The Return of the Musketeers , with his character given token dialogue explaining that his wound in the earlier film's climactic sword fight wasn't fatal.
After the mids, Lee eschewed horror roles almost entirely. Ian Fleming, author of the James Bond spy novels and Lee's step-cousin, had offered him the role of the titular antagonist in the first Eon-produced Bond film Dr. No Lee enthusiastically accepted, but by the time Fleming told the producers, they had already chosen Joseph Wiseman for the role.
Lee said of his performance, "In Fleming's novel he's just a West Indian thug, but in the film he's charming, elegant, amusing, lethal I played him like the dark side of Bond. Because of his filming schedule in Bangkok, film director Ken Russell was unable to sign Lee to play the Specialist in Tommy That role was eventually given to Jack Nicholson.
Years later, Lee met Carpenter, and told him that the biggest regret of his career was not taking the role of Dr. Lee appeared on the cover of the Wings album Band on the Run , along with others including chat show host Michael Parkinson, singer Kenny Lynch, film actor James Coburn, world boxing champion John Conteh, and broadcaster Clement Freud.
In , Lee left Britain for the US, concerned at being typecast in horror films, as had happened to his close friends Peter Cushing and Vincent Price. He said in an interview in His first American film was the disaster film Airport '77 In , Lee surprised many people with his willingness to go along with a joke, by appearing as guest host on NBC's Saturday Night Live. As a result of his appearance on SNL , Steven Spielberg, who was in the audience, cast him in He turned down the role of Dr.
Barry Rumack finally played by Leslie Nielsen in the disaster spoof Airplane! Lee appeared in The Return of Captain Invincible , a comedy-musical film. Lee plays a fascist who plans to rid America and afterwards, the world of all non-whites. In addition to more than a dozen feature films together for Hammer Films, Amicus Productions, and other companies, Lee and Peter Cushing both appeared in Hamlet and Moulin Rouge , albeit in separate scenes; and in separate instalments of the Star Wars films, Cushing as Grand Moff Tarkin in the original film, Lee decades later as Count Dooku.
The last project which united them in person was a documentary, Flesh and Blood: The Hammer Heritage of Horror , which they jointly narrated. It was the last time they saw each other, as Cushing died two months later. In , while talking about his favourite role in film at a press conference at the Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival, he declared that his role in Jinnah was by far his best performance.
Lee played Saruman in the The Lord of the Rings film trilogy. In the commentary, he states he had a decades-long dream to play Gandalf, but that he was now too old, and that his physical limitations prevented him from being considered. The role of Saruman, by contrast, required no horseback riding and much less fighting. Lee had met J. Tolkien once making him the only person involved in The Lord of the Rings film trilogy to have done so and made a habit of reading the novels at least once a year.
Tolkien in Lee's appearance in the final film in the trilogy, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King , was cut from the theatrical release, but the scene was reinstated in the extended edition. He did most of the swordplay himself, though a double was required for the long shots with more vigorous footwork. Lee was one of the favourite actors of Tim Burton, and became a regular in many of Burton's films, working for the director five times, starting in , where he had a small role as the Burgomaster in the film Sleepy Hollow.
In , Lee played Willy Wonka's strict dentist father, Dr. These songs were recorded, but eventually cut since Burton felt that the songs were too theatrical for the film. Lee's appearance was completely cut from the film, but Head still had an uncredited one-line cameo. While he only had two lines, Burton said that he felt Lee to be a good match for the iconic character, because of Lee himself being "an iconic guy". The award was presented by Tony Iommi. In , he appeared in a Hammer film for the first time in thirty-five years, the last being 's To the Devil a Daughter. Whilst filming scenes for the film in New Mexico in early , Lee injured his back when he tripped over power cables on set.
Very disappointed, director Robin Hardy recast the role, but Lee was determined to appear in the film, so Hardy wrote a small scene specially for him. Lee appears as the unnamed "Old Gentleman" who acts as Lachlan's mentor in a flashback. Hardy stated that fans of The Wicker Man would recognise this character as Lord Summerisle, but Lee contradicted this, stating that they are two unrelated characters.
Also in , Lee appeared in the critically acclaimed Hugo , directed by Martin Scorsese. On 11 January , Lee announced on his website that he would be reprising the role of Saruman for the prequel film The Hobbit. Lee had originally said that he would have liked to have shown Saruman's corruption by Sauron, but that he wouldn't be comfortable flying to New Zealand at his age. The production was adjusted to accommodate Lee's travel concerns, thereby allowing him to participate in the film from London. Lee said he worked on his role for the films over the course of four days, portraying Saruman as a kind and noble wizard, before his subsequent fall into darkness, as depicted in The Lord of the Rings film trilogy.
In , Lee marked his fifth and final collaboration with Tim Burton, by appearing in Burton's film adaptation of the gothic soap opera Dark Shadows , in the small role of a New England fishing captain. In an interview in August , Lee said that he was "saddened" to hear his friend Johnny Depp considering retirement from acting, noting that he himself had no intention of retiring. Lee and others who had played Sherlock Holmes discussed the character and the various interpretations of him.
He also appeared in a web exclusive, reading an excerpt from the short story The Final Problem. A month before his death, Lee had signed to star with an ensemble cast in the Danish film The 11th. A comedy about an angel trapped in London who falls in love with a human being. Lee recorded his final word film at his Redwood Studios in Soho, London on 17 May just 3 weeks before his death on the 11 June He was the original voice of Thor in the German dubs of the Danish animated film Valhalla , and of King Haggard in both the English and German dubs of the animated adaptation of The Last Unicorn.
Lee provided the off-camera voice of "U. Owen", the mysterious host who brings disparate characters together in Agatha Christie's Ten Little Indians The film was produced by Harry Alan Towers, for whom Lee had worked repeatedly in the s. Even though he was not credited on the film, his voice is unmistakable. He also provided all the voices for the English dub of Monsieur Hulot's Holiday He contributed with his voice as Death in the animated versions of Terry Pratchett's Soul Music and Wyrd Sisters , and reprised the role in the Sky1 live action adaptation The Colour of Magic , taking over the role from the late Ian Richardson.
Lee reprised his role as Saruman in the video game The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-earth along with the other actors of the films. Tolkien for the audiobook version of the novel. In , he collaborated again with Tim Burton, this time by voicing the Jabberwocky in Burton's adaptation of Lewis Carroll's classic book Alice in Wonderland. Lee recorded special dialogue, in addition to serving as the Narrator, for the Lego The Hobbit video game released in April Skip to main content. Email to friends Share on Facebook - opens in a new window or tab Share on Twitter - opens in a new window or tab Share on Pinterest - opens in a new window or tab.
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Continuity A character called Klove had previously appeared in Dracula: Prince of Darkness as played by Philip Latham, in which he served Dracula as a butler. Reception The film received mixed to positive reviews upon its release and holds a four star rating 6. The original music score was composed by Malcolm Williamson. Plot Victor Frankenstein, a cold, arrogant and womanizing genius, is angry when his father forbids him to continue his anatomy experiments. Plot Dr. Cast Ralph Bates as Dr.
Plot Psychologist Charles Marlowe Lee invents a drug which will release his patients' inhibitions. Cast Christopher Lee — Dr. Hastie Lanyon George Merritt — Mr. Poole Kenneth J. Reception The film performed poorly at the box office. Plot British botanist Dr. Cast Michael Gough as Dr. Reception Konga appeared as part of a program double-bill with Master of the World I was attached to the SAS from time to time but we are forbidden — former, present, or future — to discuss any specific operations.
Let's just say I was in Special Forces and leave it at that. People can read in to that what they like. Career Returning to London in , Lee was offered his old job back at Beecham's, with a significant raise, but he turned them down as "I couldn't think myself back into the office frame of mind. I was around a long time — nearly ten years. Initially, I was told I was too tall to be an actor.
That's a quite fatuous remark to make. It's like saying you're too short to play the piano. I thought, "Right, I'll show you So when the time came I was ready The process went like this: The telephone would ring and my agent would say, "Jimmy Carreras [President of Hammer Films] has been on the phone, they've got another Dracula for you. I don't want to do another one. Think of all the people you know so well, that you will put out of work! That's the only reason I did them.
He said in an interview in Peter and Vincent made some wonderful serious movies but are only known for horror. That was why I went to America. I couldn't see anything happening here except a continuation of what had gone before. There are frustrations — people who lie to you, people who don't know what they are doing, films that don't turn out the way you had wanted them to — so, yes, I do understand why Depp would consider retiring. I always ask myself "well, what else could I do? Making films has never just been a job to me, it's my life.
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