Boris Karloff

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Boris Karloff (1887-1969) holds Colt M1921A Thompson as Gaffney in Scarface (1932).
Boris Karloff holds a Luger P08 "Marine" as General Wu Yen Fang in West of Shanghai (1937).

Boris Karloff (real name William Henry Pratt) was one of the most iconic horror actors of all time, whose portrayal of Frankenstein Monster in Frankenstein (1931), Imhotep in Mummy (1932) set the standards for cinematic monsters. Though his horror icon status only solidified with numerous appearances in Universal Pictures horror movies of 1930's and 1940's as well as cult horror b-movies by Roger Corman and Mario Bava in the 60's, Karloff was a prolific character actor having more then 200 film and TV appearances from 1919 to 1971 (as at least three movies with him came out after his death in 1969).

Boris Karloff can be seen using the following weapons in the following films:

Film

Gun Character Title Note Date
Unidentified Revolver Mexican in Saloon The Masked Rider Film Serial (Chapter II) 1919
Colt M1921A Thompson Gaffney Scarface 1932
Lee-Enfield No. 1 Mk III Sanders The Lost Patrol 1934
Colt Detective Special Edmond Bateman The Raven 1935
Luger P08 "Marine" General Wu Yen Fang West of Shanghai 1937
Remington Rolling Block Pistol Baron Victor Frederick Von Leppe The Terror 1963


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