Saturday, 23 October 2010

Should've gone to Specsavers?


And so to esteemed online publication contactlenses.co.uk, which has taken a typically vapid story from the Mirror listing "the greatest vampires of all time", snipped out a bit about Chris Lee in Dracula (1958), and made a press release about it.
How Lee wearing a pair of red contact lenses for a film part more than 50 years ago is supposed to help the cause of contact lenses now is anyone's guess, but you can read it here: http://contactlenses.co.uk/contactlensesnews/article37567/contact-lenses-helped-make-dracula-great.html?catid=5&pageNo=1

1 comment:

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