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Béla Lugosi

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Béla Lugosi (October 20, 1882 – August, 16 1956) was a Hungarian-born American actor of stage and screen, well known for playing Count Dracula in the Broadway play and subsequent film version. In the last years of his career he featured in several of Ed Wood's low budget films.

Lugosi performed "Girl to Bat" on the TV show You Asked For It. He also was in the 1932 Movie Chandu the Magician as Roxor and then in "In The Return of Chandu" (1934) he portrayed Chandu.

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