Good Versus Evil in the Films of Christopher Lee (Paperback)
Sir Christopher Lee (1922-2015) was one of the most beloved actors of the past sixty years. He appeared in more than 200 feature films--from Hammer Horror and James Bond thrillers to Star Wars and Lord of the Rings--and more than 100 made-for-televison movies. A versatile performer, he played a menacing figure in Dracula and The Wicker Man, a tragic one in The Curse of Frankenstein and The Mummy, and a spiritual hero in The Devil Rides Out. This study explores his legacy as a film actor and his diverse interpretations of the theme of good vs. evil.
Paul Leggett is pastor of Grace Presbyterian Church in Montclair, New Jersey; a contributor to the Scarlet Film Magazine and an adjunct professor at Montclair State University.