The man had a lot of music!
Update: Take a look back at all of Lee’s heavy…
Sir Christopher Lee, known to many for playing Saruman in The Lord of the Ringsand Hobbit films, died Sunday at the age of 93
Sir Christopher Lee died on Sunday at the age of 93, bringing to a close a long and distinguished acting career — though one fortunately not confined only to the heights of respectability. Lee could get schlocky with the best of them, elevating otherwise clunky, broad, or overly lurid genre films with his inimitable combination of stature, bearing, and (especially) voice, most notably as Hammer Horror’s go-to Count Dracula in the 1950s and 60s, as a James Bond villain in 1974, and as various sinister gray eminences in more recentStar Wars and Lord of the Rings movies.
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