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Bela Lugosi on Video

by Joseph Parra


"Good evening!" Never were two words more frightening as when they were the introduction to that 500-year-old Transylvanian nobleman and vampire, Count Dracula - who would forever be identified with his most famous portrayer. But the same actor also portrayed the maddest scientist of them all in countless films and the dangerous psycho/sociopath in many others. Rivaled (in a friendly fashion, that is) only by Karloff, he was/is the unmistakable "Prince of Darkness": BELA LUGOSI!

Here's a list of Mr. Lugosi's films that are currently available on videotape. So, if you're looking to complete your terror-ific video collection - or if you're just wandering around the video store looking for a film with a little more bite to it - feel free to use this list for reference.



Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein (Universal, 1948)
The Ape Man (Monogram, 1943)
Bela Lugosi Meets a Brooklyn Gorilla (Relart, 1952)
Best Man Wins (Columbia, 1935)
The Black Camel (Fox, 1931)
The Black Cat (Universal, 1934 & 1941)
Black Dragons (Monogram, 1942)
Black Friday (Universal, 1940)
The Black Sleep (United Artists, 1956)
The Body Snatcher (RKO, 1945)
Bowery At Midnight (Monogram, 1942)
Bride of the Monster (DCA, 1955)
Chandu the Magician (Fox, 1932)
The Corpse Vanishes (Monogram, 1942)
The Devil Bat (PRC, 1940)
Dracula (Universal, 1931)
Frankenstein Meets the Wolfman (Universal, 1943)
Genius at Work (RKO, 1946)
Ghost of Frankenstein (Universal, 1942)
Ghosts on the Loose (Monogram, 1943)
Glen or Glenda (DCA, 1953)
The Gorilla (Fox, 1939)
The Human Monster (Argyle/Monogram, 1939)
International House (Paramount, 1933)
The Invisible Ghost (Monogram, 1941)
The Invisible Ray (Universal, 1936)
Island of Lost Souls (Paramount, 1932)
Mark of the Vampire (MGM, 1935)
The Midnight Girl (FBO, 1925)
Murder by TeleVision (Imperial-Cameo, 1935)
Murders in the Rue Morgue (Universal, 1932)
Mysterious Mr. Wong (Monogram, 1935)
Mystery of the Marie Celeste (Hammer, 1935)
Night Monster (Universal, 1942)
Night of Terror (Columbia, 1933)
Old Mother Riley Meets the Vampire (Relart, 1951)
One Body Too Many (Paramount, 1944)
The Phantom Creeps (Universal, 1939)
Plan 9 from Outer Space (DCA, 1956)
The Raven (Universal, 1935)
Return of Chandu (Principal, 1934)
Return of the Ape Man (Monogram, 1944)
Return of the Vampire (Columbia, 1943)
Scared to Death (Screen Guild, 1947)
Son of Frankenstein (Universal, 1939)
SOS Coast Guard (Republic, 1937)
Spooks Run Wild (Monogram, 1941)
The Whispering Shadow (Republic, 1933)
White Zombie (United Artists, 1932)
The Wolf Man (Universal, 1941)
You'll Find Out (RKO, 1940)
Zombies on Broadway (RKO, 1945)
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