Appeared (as "Sheik of Hamman, a Minor Official") in "Arabesque" on Broadway. Music by Ruth White Warfield. Written by Cloyd Head and Eunice Tietjens. Directed by / Scenic Design by Norman Bel Geddes
and Cleon Throckmorton. Choreographed by Michi Itow. National Theatre: 20 Oct 1925-7 Nov 1925 (23 performances). Cast: Hortense
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Did You Know?
Circumstances made me the theatrical personality I am, which many people believe is also a part of my personal life.
Lugosi was contracted to appear in Dracula's Daughter
(1936) at a salary of $4,000, but the original script in which the character appeared was rejected by Universal. The final script did not involve Dracula, except for an insert shot of him in his coffin, but Lugosi was paid off, earning $500 more for not appearing in Dracula's Daughter
(1936) than he earned for starring in Dracula
Best known for his roles in horror films and particularly in films produced by Universal Studios