Bela Lugosi


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

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The classic horror actor Bela Lugosi will be the feature of a special evening at Newcastle's Castle Keep on February 13
No question the face before me was the face of the Bela Lugosi whose dark eyes, seen at great magnification on the screen, were so intense and brooding and threatening.
Bela Lugosi emigrated to the United States in December 1920, posing as a crewman on a merchant ship heading for New Orleans.
Mary Shelley's horror classic Frankenstein has been given a modern twist by the makers of the Underworld series, in which Aaron Eckhart joins the likes of Boris Karloff, Lon Chaney and Bela Lugosi in playing the iconic creature.
A Joan Crawford dress, John Huston's The Treasure of the Sierra Madre draft screenplay and a nude portrait of actress Clara Bow, commissioned by her lover, Dracula star Bela Lugosi, will also be sold at Bonhams in November.
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.
Detailing the drug use and eventual overdoses of an eclectic group, including Marilyn Monroe, Bela Lugosi, Billie Holiday, Freud, Hendrix, and Walter Benjamin, Jaffe tempers these insightful and often darkly humorous investigations with compassion, treating these public figures as individuals, as talented though troubled human beings seeking escape from an untenable existence, from reality as officially constituted.
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.
In Murder at the Vanities, a musical about the slaying of a showgirl, Bela Lugosi plays his sixth and final stage role on the Great White Way.
Hollywood horror star Bela Lugosi died in 1956 and was buried in his black Dracula cape