Ingrid Pitt, Queen of Horror: The Complete Career Horror Book Review
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Ingrid Pitt, an icon of horror cinema, is revealed in this chronicle of her life and career. Full cast and production credits, synopses, reviews and notes are offered for all of her film, stage and television appearances, along with a critical listing of her novels and other published works. An analysis of Hammer Films’ Karnstein Trilogy—of which Ingrid’s celebrated The Vampire Lovers (1970) was the first installment—is included, and also examined is the trilogy’s original literary source, Sheridan Le Fanu’s “Carmilla.” Other features are rare photographs from every phase of the actress’ career, a wide assortment of movie-related graphics, and a foreword by Ingrid Pitt herself.