Vincentennial Post #65 – VinCentennial Celebrating 100 Years of Vincent Price

by on Aug.30, 2011, under Horror Show Hosts

Reposted from Dr. Gangrene’s Tales from the Lab Blog | Go to Original Post

Award winning artist Frank Dietz has decided to publish a new book called “VinCentennial, Celebrating 100 Years of Vincent Price.” Coming in May, this promises to be really special. Frank has drawn tons of Vincent Price sketches over the years, and this book collects them all along with many other special tributes and remembrances of Vincent. Here is Frank’s own description:

  This limited edition book features all of my Vincent Price artwork (both old and brand new), along with exclusive remembrances from film industry producers, directors, writers, artists and actors. Many actually knew and worked with Price, and many are members of this forum.

The contributors include Roger Corman, Richard Matheson, Clint Walker, Norman Lloyd, Donnie Dunagan, Caroline Munro, Joe Dante, John Landis, Mick Garris, Tom Holland, David J. Schow, Tim Lucas, Tom Weaver, Richard Taylor, John Goodwin, Bob & Kathy Burns, Larry Blamire, Jessie Lilley, Ted Newsom, Ron Clements, John Musker, James Karen, Trish Geiger, Mark Redfield, John Fasano, William Stout, Bernie Wrightson, Drew Struzan, C. Courtney Joyner, Lucy Chase Williams, Robert Taylor and Greg Nicotero.

Plus a heartfelt essay on THE ABOMINABLE DR. PHIBES by writer-director Frank Darabont.

Site Representation Request

If you have a relevant website and wish to be represented on, please send a link to your site with a brief description and be sure to include a note granting permission to include your content. Send requests to netherworldnetwork[at]comcast[dot]net with the subject line "content feed permission" and we will be happy to consider adding your site to our family of associated websites.

Information Content Disclaimer

The views and opinions stated in any and all of the articles represented on this site are solely those of the contributing author or authors, and do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of, The Netherworld Network, its parent company or any affiliated companies, or any individual, groups, or companies mentioned in articles on this site.