Know your Christo­pher Lee?

SFX: The Sci-Fi and Fantasy Magazine - - Contents - Quizmaster: Rus­sell Lewin, Pro­duc­tion Editor

ques­tion 1

What was the name of the se­quel to The Wicker Man made in 2010?

ques­tion 2

In ex­actly how many films did Lee por­tray Count Drac­ula? And we mean all of them!

ques­tion 3

In which 1977 film does Lee’s mouth not move and his voice is dubbed on?

ques­tion 4

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True or false – Lee wore slip­pers while film­ing most of his part as Count Dooku.

ques­tion 5

Name the other hor­ror leg­ends who starred with Lee in 1983’s House Of The Long Shad­ows.

ques­tion 6

Auf Wieder­se­hen, Pet star Jimmy Nail ap­peared with Lee in which hor­ror film?

ques­tion 7

What ma­jor life event hap­pened to Lee at the age of 25?

ques­tion 8

What did Lee claim about his 1977 film Meat­cleaver Mas­sacre?

ques­tion 9

Lee turned down a role in Air­plane! which was even­tu­ally played by whom?

ques­tion 10

What char­ac­ter, be­sides Saru­man, did Lee play in (ex­actly) five films?

ques­tion 11

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What was sig­nif­i­cant, chart-wise, about Lulu’s Bond theme “The Man With The Golden Gun”?

ques­tion 12

What was the only film that Lee ap­peared in with Boris Karloff?

ques­tion 13

What does Lee sport in Jess Franco’s Count Drac­ula that he doesn’t sport in the Ham­mer Drac­ula films?

ques­tion 14

What does the “mon­ster” keep re­peat­ing in 1973’s Lon­don Un­der­ground hor­ror Death Line?

ques­tion 15

Name the two Shake­speare plays that Lee starred in films of. Clue: they both have a ghost in them!

ques­tion 16

Tim Bur­ton cast Lee as who in Char­lie And The

Choco­late Fac­tory?

ques­tion 17

Which Carry On star was Lee’s main ri­val for the part of the Crea­ture in The Curse Of Franken­stein?

ques­tion 18

In what year did he be­come a Sir?

ques­tion 19

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What is this the film poster for?

ques­tion 20

With the rest of the crew out in New Zealand, where did Lee film his scenes for The Hob­bit: The Bat­tle Of The Five Armies?

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