Appeared (as "Fernando"; Broadway debut) in "The Red Poppy" on Broadway. Melodrama. Written by André Picard
and Francis Carco
. Directed by B. Iden Payne. Greenwich Village Theatre: 20 Dec 1922-Dec 1922 (closing date unknown/13 performances). Cast: Herbert Ashton
(as "Boule"), Te Ata (as "Irma"), Blanche Boizon (as "Lea"), Clara
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If I had one per cent of the millions Dracula
(1931) has made, I wouldn't be sitting here now.
Privately, Bela Lugosi struggled with his dependency upon morphine, a drug he was given to deal with leg pain from his war injuries. However, tabloid reports erroneously presented him as a "drug addict"; there is a significant difference between being physically and clinically depend upon a drug, and being "addicted" to it. The latter denotes the presence of a morbid mental want, which is absent ...
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