Vincent Price Celebrated At Vincentennial In St. Louis


By Francesco Turso

Staff Writer

Born in St. Louis on May 27, 1911, Vincent Price never forgot his hometown. This year, St. Louis reciprocates that love with the Vincentennial. The event is presented by Cinema St. Louis and it is spread around many venues in the city.

The event includes screenings of nearly 20 movies, interviews and lectures, and exhibits of Price-related artifacts. A full schedule of events can be found at


Thursday, May 19

Missouri History Museum

8: 30 p.m.: The Fly


Friday, May 20

Hi-Pointe Theatre

7 p.m.: The Last Man on Earth (and short Vincent)

9:30 p.m.: The Tingler


Saturday, May 21

Hi-Pointe Theatre

Noon: The Tingler

2:30 p.m.: Theatre of Blood

5 p.m.: The Pit and the Pendulum

8 p.m.: The Tomb of Ligeia with Roger Corman


Sunday, May 22

Missouri History Museum

12:30 p.m.: The Raven

2:30 p.m.: The Abominable Dr. Phibes

Hi-Pointe Theatre

5 p.m.: House of Usher

7:30 p.m.: The Masque of the Red Death with Roger Corman


Monday, May 23

Washington University

7 p.m.: Laura

9:15 p.m.: Dragonwyck


Tuesday, May 24

Washington University

7 p.m.: Champagne for Caesar

9:15 p.m.: The Baron of Arizona


Wednesday, May 25

Washington University

7 p.m.: The Whales of August with Victoria Price

9:15 p.m.: Vincent Price: The Sinister Image


Thursday, May 26

Washington University

7 p.m.: Witchfinder General


Friday, May 27

Missouri History Museum

7 p.m. The Vincent Price Legacy: Reflections From a Daughter with Victoria Price


Saturday, May 28

Forest Park

8:30 p.m.: Edward Scissorhands (and short Vincent) with Victoria Price

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