Tribute Letter from Duncan Moss
I don't know to whom I am sending this but I just wanted to say what a super website it is.
I am a British fan of Boris Karloff and have to say
that I am also an angry fan, as I feel the Entertainment Industry in
the U.K. have always brushed his talent under the carpet. I don't think
there has ever been a British Documentary about this incredibly talented
man despite the fact he has a great many British fans. I think he should
a given a posthumous BAFTA award by Britain for outstanding contribution
to the Fantasy Genre. My latest acquisition to my book collection is
Dear Boris which is fantastic.
From that time on I was hooked. When I first saw "The
Bride Of Frankenstein" I was transfixed and I have never seen a
Karloff film or television piece that I have not enjoyed.
I have read somewhere that Boris was not a great star
and I think that's nonsense. An actor who can create a variety of roles
with the range that he could is a great star. I always think it's sad
that so much talent going into the Universal Horror series was British
and yet the films were very badly treated by the British Distributors
when they were made, although we can rejoice that the Fantasy Genre
is gaining more respect all over the World with the passing of each
decade and yes it's getting better even in the UK.
MarCella Altizer - Don Ammer - Peter Bogdanovich - Don Campbell - Wayne Lionel Davis - Robert DeChristopher
- Carlos Devizia - Tom Gabriel - Adrian Hurd - Anthony
Kurdilla, III - Mark R. Leibold
Duncan Moss - Cindy Parish - Mark Robinson - Andrew Santagato - Rena Schroeder - Mark Stark - Garth Thomas - Steve Vertlieb - John Vukovich - Rob Waggoner - Brad Wonnacott