1. Peter Cushing played a version of The Doctor in two films in the '60s.
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2. Peter Cushing continued to play the roles of Dr Frankenstein and Dr Van Helsing, as well as other horror characters, in Hammer films for the next twenty years.
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6. Peter Cushing teamed with Vincent Price in movies including Scream and Scream Again, Dr Phibes Rises Again (1972), Madhouse (1974), which plays an evil agent movie.
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10. Peter Cushing was rushed to the Kent and Canterbury Hospital when his left eye had swollen to nearly three times its normal size, a side effect of the cancer.
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18. In 1976, Peter Cushing appeared in the television film The Great Houdini as Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the creator of Sherlock Holmes.
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23. In 1965, Peter Cushing appeared in the Ben Travers farce play Thark at the Westminster's Garrick Theatre.
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25. The next year, Peter Cushing starred as an Ebenezer Scrooge-like manager of a bank being robbed in the Hammer thriller film Cash on Demand.
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31. Peter Cushing returned for The Evil of Frankenstein, where the Baron has a carnival hypnotist resurrect his monster's inactive brain, and Frankenstein Created Woman (1967), in which the Frankenstein's monster is a woman played by Playboy magazine centrefold model Susan Denberg.
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32. Peter Cushing reprised the role of Baron Victor Frankenstein in five sequels.
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33. Peter Cushing was cast in the lead role of The Curse of Frankenstein, marking the first of twenty-two films he made for Hammer.
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34. Peter Cushing was about twenty years older than Baron Frankenstein as he appeared in the original novel, but that did not deter the filmmakers.
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35. Peter Cushing won best actor awards from the Guild of Television Producers in 1955, and from the British Academy of Film and Television Arts in 1956.
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36. Peter Cushing earned praise for playing the lead male role of Fitzwilliam Darcy in the BBC's 1952 television miniseries production of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice.
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39. Peter Cushing found a modest success in a 1945 production of Sheridan's The Rivals at Westminster's Criterion Theatre, which earned him enough money to pay off some growing debts.
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41. Peter Cushing moved to New York City in anticipation of his eventual return home, during which time he voiced a few radio commercials and joined a summer stock theatre company to raise money for his voyage back to England.
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42. Peter Cushing appeared in the episode Your Hidden Master as a young Clive of India, well before the soldier established the military and political supremacy of the East India Company.
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46. Peter Cushing visited the company, which was only a few days away from filming the 1939 film The Man in the Iron Mask, the James Whale-directed adaptation of the Alexandre Dumas tale based on the French legend of a prisoner during the reign of Louis XIV of France.
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51. Peter Cushing appeared in several other Hammer films, including The Abominable Snowman, The Mummy and The Hound of the Baskervilles, the last of which marked the first of many times he portrayed the famous detective Sherlock Holmes throughout his career.
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