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    Christopher Lee “I've always acknowledged my debt to Hammer. I've always said I'm very grateful to them. They gave me this great opportunity, made me a well known face all over the world for which I am profoundly grateful.”

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    Christopher Lee | by Nadav Kander "The thing I have always tried to do is surprise people: to present them with something they didn’t expect"

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    Christopher Lee (1922-2015) - British actor, singer, author. Photo by Nadav Kander.

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