Vincent Price worked with Orson Welles' famed Mercury Theatre, starred on Broadway, terrified three generations of children with his roles in Roger Corman's film adaptations of Edgar Allan Poe stories, did the voice-over for Michael Jackson's "Thriller," collected art, devoted himself to gourmet cooking and was perfectly happy to indulge the campier aspects of his public personality. He was a true-blue St. Louisan, accomplished yet humble, talented and urbane. May 27, 2011, marks the centennial of Price's birth, an event that will be celebrated with a massive film retrospective and art shows... More >>>