Yesterday, THE FUTURIST! posted a recording of horror acting icon Christopher Lee singing a tune from Kurt Weill's The Threepenny Opera. Those that commented on it seemed to love his deep resonant voice and for those admirers THE FUTURIST! posts this musical sequence from THE RETURN OF CAPTAIN INVINCIBLE (1983). This is a very obscure film starring Alan Arkin as a retired superhero who was disgraced, then retired and became an alcoholic. According to the plot, he is called back to save the day once again and foil a villain named Mr. Midnight played by Lee. In this scene, Mr. Midnight tries to tempt Captain Invincible into succumbing to the allure of drink once again. He tries to seduce him with a song (written by Richard O'Brien, song writer of The Rocky Horror Picture Show). Listen to Christopher Lee's diction and how he reaches those deep low notes. He's a towering testament to testosterone.
This is a good one.