The Picture of Dorian Gray – 1961

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Story by Oscar Wilde about a beautiful young man whose face doesn’t change for years because all his sins are registered on his portrait kept hidden away, until he tries to destroy it and turns into the horror in the painting. Dick whipped up a dummy head of clay and wax on a plaster skull, based on the prop painting by the art director.

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