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Bela Lugosi Jr.

Bela Lugosi Jr. was born on January 5, 1938 in Los Angeles, California, USA. He is a producer and actor, known for Doctor Shocker's Monster Campaign Ads 2012 (2012), Extraordinary Tales (2013) and Edgar G. Ulmer: The Man Off-Screen (2004). He was previously married to Nancy Beauchamp. See full bio »

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 2013 Extraordinary Tales (executive producer - segment "The Tell-Tale Heart", as Bela G. Lugosi)
 1998 The Three Stooges Family Album (TV Movie documentary) (executive producer - as Bela G. Lugosi)
 1997 The Three Stooges Greatest Hits (TV Movie) (executive producer - as Bela G. Lugosi)
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Personal Details

Alternate Names:

Bela Lugosi Esq. | Bela G. Lugosi


Nancy Beauchamp  (her death)  (4 children)


Bela Lugosi | Lillian Arch | Brian Donlevy

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Personal Quote:

Dad's social friends were people in the Hungarian community, artisans and dancers and musicians, not the Hollywood crowd. See more »


Surprisingly, he and his daughter did not keep Bela's original Dracula (1931) cape in the family, for her future generations to come. Instead, the Lugosis generously donated it to the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures, because they felt "it should not be hidden from the world". This will allow future generations of innumerable fans to view it---when it is finally put on display. In an article in ... See more »


No nonsense --but always gracious-- talk, stating facts See more »

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