Bela Lugosi Fansite

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Bela Lugosi was a Hungarian-American actor, renowned for his role as Dracula in the 1931 film and for his roles in various other horror and sci-fi films.

Recent Photos

With over 1800 photos, the gallery is well worth a look!



One of the last surviving actresses of the silent era, Carla Laemmle, has died aged 104. Ms Laemmle was the niece of Universal studios founder Carl Laemmle and had small roles in The Phantom of the Opera (1925) and Dracula (1931) in which she spoke the opening lines. Read more.
Dracula, White Zombie, and The Devil Bat have seen restored versions released on blu-ray in the past couple of years. More details and screenshots can be found on this page.
This page documents Bela's forays into colour. Scared to Death (1948) is probably his most well known colour appearance but you can find out about other colour appearances on this page.
This recently added page features stories told by Bela about his life to newspapers, etc. - I thought it was worth having such a page considering there are so few T.V. interviews with him out there.
Featuring quotes as said by Lugosi characters from movies including Dracula, White Zombie, The Black Cat, Son of Frankenstein, and more!

We've updated the gallery with lots of news articles and snippets. This page features articles organised by decade and highlights some interviews.


Bela was a keen soccer fan - in the below photos you can see him announcing and attending games as well as presenting trophies.

Check out the trivia section and F.A.Q or for an in-depth look at Lugosi's life see the biography page.


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As well as being a tribute, this fansite was created with the aim of making photos and information about Bela Lugosi more accessible to old and new fans alike.

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