Vincent Price Films

Price started out in films as a character actor. He made his film debut in Service de Luxe (1938), and established himself in the film Laura (1944), opposite Gene Tierney, directed by Otto Preminger.[13] He played Joseph Smith in the movie Brigham Young (1940) and William Gibbs McAdoo in Wilson (1944), as well as Bernadette's prosecutor, Vital Dutour, in The Song of Bernadette (1943), and as a pretentious priest in The Keys of the Kingdom (1944). His first venture into the horror genre, for which he later became best known, was in the Boris Karloff film Tower of London (1939).
Laura (1944)
Shock (1946)
The Long Night (1947)
The Web (1947)
Rogues Regiment (1948)
A&C Meet Frankenstein (1948)
The Bribe (1949)
The Ten Commandments (1956)
The Bat (1959)
More Dead Than Alive (1969)
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