Bela Lugosi

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United States film actor (born in Hungary) noted for portraying monsters (1884-1956)

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of Manchester, England) focuses on the films of Peter Lorre, Bela Lugosi, and Conrad Veidt, all Central European emigre actors.
Glass was asked to compose the first original music score for the re-release on video of the Bela Lugosi masterpiece.
Actors Bela Lugosi and Christopher Lee have become horror icons thanks to their portrayals of the Count.
DRACULA (1931) Bela Lugosi played the famous role in Universal's film based on Stoker's novel.
com A remake of the 1941 classic starring Lon Chaney Jr and Bela Lugosi, this features Benecio Del Toro discovering something nasty lurking in the woods when he joins the search for his missing brother in a sleepy Victorian hamlet, then starts hearing tales of beast that has been savaging the locals.
What's in this auction are what I would call his most significant pieces, which there are not a lot of: his Dracula ring, the vampire cape, the robe from 'The Raven' worn by Bela Lugosi, the original artwork for Vampirella (which Forry created), the top hat from 'London After Midnight' worn by Lon Chaney Sr.
CALIFORNIA Bela Lugosi, horror film star, Holy Cross Cemetery, Culver City.
Hollywood horror star Bela Lugosi died in 1956 and was buried in his black Dracula cape
Remember Bela Lugosi (and his Hollywood successors) promising the young beauty that she will enjoy eternal life in Dracula's harem?
Maddin has not so much made a record of a stage production; rather, he has re-imagined Stoker's Dracula as it might have looked before the likes of Bela Lugosi and Francis Ford Coppola got a hold of it.
Not a full-blown Bela Lugosi trip, but a tall, angular guy with a few vampirish suggestions messing up his look, a half-assed sort of Dracula in whiteface with a little stage blood.
Boris Karloff, Lon Chaney, Bela Lugosi, Vincent Price, Lee, Cushing, and a number of "serious" actors one normally wouldn't associate with horror films have done a wonderful job of panicking audiences, though not to the extent that they don't eagerly come back for more.
A MATCH-UP between The Count and the Prince of Dartness ought to have Bela Lugosi refereeing, but don't expect a horror show at Lakeside tonight, writes Steve Davies.
Night was falling as Bela Lugosi carefully removed his long black cape and draped it neatly over a chair for Carlos Villarias, whose turn it was to don it next.