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RFU spares Quins from further sanctions

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Prince of darkness: A rare audience with Sir Christopher Lee

I sometimes think the saddest thing in my life is that there is nobody alive today with whom I can have a 'remember when?' conversation

My Life In Travel: Christopher Lee, actor

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From beyond the grave, Hammer speaks to us still

Photographs discovered in old boxes show that the classic horror studio was into far more than Gothic mansions and frilly shirts.
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