Category Archives: Bela Lugosi

Zombies On Broadway (1945)

Started out like it would be a guilty pleasure but around the halfway point the slapstick and sight gags got to be too much. Bela is a mad scientist trying to use science to duplicate what the island natives can … Continue reading

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Gift Of Gab (1934)

Light comedy about a fast talker who becomes an MC at radio station WGAB. It’s a chance to see some of the top singing stars of the day and also a very quick comedy turn from Bela Lugosi and Boris … Continue reading

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Night Of Terror (1933)

A maniac, a scientist who buries himself alive, a greedy aunt and uncle, a fast talking reporter, a dimwitted cop, a scared of everything chauffeur, a woman who goes into trances and a babe. They’re all overseen by Bela Lugosi. … Continue reading

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Night Monster (1942)

Despite the star billing of Bela Lugosi and Lionel Atwill, Lugosi doesn’t have much to do and Atwill even less. There’s lots of fog in the woods surrounding the Inkston Towers mansion. When the frogs stop croaking there’s something out … Continue reading

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Spooks Run Wild (1941)

Bela Lugosi has fun (at least I hope he did) making light of his screen image with the help of Leo Gorcey and the East Side Kids running around a creepy house. No surprises but it still is a fun … Continue reading

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Black Dragons (1942)

Bela Lugosi meets The Lone Ranger in a storyline bizarre even for a Lugosi movie. Clayton Moore is police detective Dick Martin and Bela is the mysterious Monsieur Colomb. I don’t know if screenwriter Harvey Gates was running a high … Continue reading

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The Black Cat (1934)

I’m a huge fan of the 30’s and 40’s horror movies. This one can’t miss with Boris and Bela along with a creepy house built on the ruins of an old fort in Hungary. It’s based on a story by … Continue reading

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