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BORIS KARLOFF

On December CBS first broadcast the now classic Dr. Seuss Xmas TV special - 'How The Grinch Stole Christmas'. Boris Karloff (shown here in a promo shot taken for that first broadcast) is the voice of The Grinch.

Boris Karloff with Lucille Ball in Lured (1947)

Lucille Ball’s Guardian Angel

Frankenstein monster Boris Karloff towers over Bela Lugosi Jr. during the making of Son Of Frankenstein, 1939.

Frankenstein monster Boris Karloff towers over Bela Lugosi Jr. during the making of Son Of Frankenstein,

Boris Karloff - The real Boris Karloff personality...he was a gentle man and very well liked.

Boris Karloff - The real Boris Karloff personality.he was a gentle and kind man and very well liked by all.

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Boris Karloff in The Man They Could Not Hang 1939

Just a reminder from the guys who gave you The Grinch . . . please don’t be a Grinch this Christmas! Left to right: Dr. Seuss (the guy who thought him up), Boris Karloff (the guy who gave him a voice), and Chuck Jones (the guy who colored him green).

Seuss (left) with Boris Karloff and Chuck Jones at the sound recording in 1966 for the television special "Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas.

Boris Karloff and his wife

Boris Karloff and his wife

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