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 (lo͞o-gō′sē, lə-), Bela Originally Béla Blaskó. 1882-1956.
Hungarian-born American actor known for portraying the lead role in the film Dracula (1931) and for his roles in other horror films.
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Noun1.Lugosi - United States film actor (born in Hungary) noted for portraying monsters (1884-1956)
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1956: Bela Lugosi, the horror actor who became a drug addict later in his life, died.
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1956: Horror actor Bela Lugosi, pictured above right, died.
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1888 TE Lawrence - Lawrence of - was born in Tremadoc, Caernarvonshire 1956 Bela Lugosi, the horror actor who became a drug addict later in his life, died.
ACTOR Martin Landau, who won an Oscar for his performance as Bela Lugosi in 1994 movie Ed Wood, has died aged 89.
Arguably Landau's career high point arrived in 1995, when he won the best supporting actor Oscar for his role as Bela Lugosi in Ed Wood , the Burton-directed biopic of the infamous director of Plan 9 From Outer Space and other notorious films.
Incredible as it sounds, Barbarella thinks she's found not one, but two soulmates in the form of her male moggies, Spider and Lugosi. Her devotion to them is so strong that 10 years ago she even married them in an online ceremony.
Actors Boris Karloff and Bela Lugosi in a scene from the film, Son of Frankenstein (See Question 3)
A local horror film expert and writer is to give a talk at an 'anti-Valentines' event dedicated to 1930s Hollywood icon Bela Lugosi, at Newcastle's Castle Keep on Saturday, February 13.
AN evening dedicated to horror cinema icon Bela Lugosi comes to the Great Hall of Newcastle's Castle Keep on Saturday February, 13 - a perfect antidote to Valentine's weekend.
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.