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ABBOTT AND COSTELLO MEET FRANKENSTEIN
Bud Abbott, Lou Costello, Bela Lugosi, Lon Chaney Jr.. The boys meet up with Dracula, who plans to put Lou's brain in the Frankenstein monster. Werewolf Larry Talbot (Lori Chaney Jr.) tries to warn the boys but then decides that Lou would make a good lunch. One of the all-time great horror-comedies. (1948) (83 min.)

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THE BLACK CAT
Boris Karloff, Bela Lugosi, David Manners, Jacqueline Wells. The first of Karloff and Lugosi's many team efforts depicts Herr Poelzig opening his sinister home to American honeymooners whose bus crashes on a lonely Austrian road. Look close for John Caradine as the organist! (1934) (66 min.)

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THE BODY SNATCHER
Boris Karloff, Henry Daniell, Bela Lugosi. In 19th century Edinburgh, Dr. Macfarlane (Henry Daniell) is faced to buy cadavers from Gray the cabdriver (Boris Karloff). This fine, atmospheric chiller, based on a Robert Louis Stevenson story, was produced by Val Lewton and directed by Robert Wise. (1945) (79 min.)

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BRIDE OF THE MONSTER
Bela Lugosi, Tor Johnson. A mad scientist uses an atomic ray to create super creatures. Look out for that octopus! (1956) (85 min.)

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CHANDU THE MAGICIAN
Edmund Lowe, Bela Lugosi, Irene Ware . A scientist with an experimental death-ray gun is kidnapped by the evil-minded Roxor and must call upon his brother-in-law Chandu to help retrieve the weapon and save humanity. (1932) (71min)

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DRACULA
Bela Lugosi, David Manners, Dwight Frye. The elegant Lugosi set the standard for future portrayals of Bram Stoker's vampire who journeys from Transylvania to fog-shrouded London. Director Tod Browning's atmospheric sets of Dracula's castle are some of the best ever filmed. (1931) (75 min.)

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ED WOOD (B&W)
Johnny Depp, Martin Landau, Sarah Jessica Parker. The true story of one man's determination to make it in Hollywood. He had nothing going for him except an optimistic spirit and a vision! His enthusiasm carried him and a bizarre cast of characters, like Bela Lugosi, into the world of legends! CC. (1994) (126 min.)

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FRANKENSTEIN MEETS THE WOLF MAN
Lon Chaney Jr., Bela Lugosi, Lionel Atwill. Chaney seeks the doctor to cure him of the lycanthropic curse that turns him into a beast each full moon. Dr. Frankenstein's daughter has a boyfriend who's willing to try to use his father's records to operate on both the monster and the wolfman. (1943) (72 min.)

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GLEN OR GLENDA?
Bela Lugosi, Dolores Fuller, Lyle Talbot Edward D. Wood. Ed Wood's bizarre and serious (to him, at least) look at transvestism rates with the worst movies of all time. Features strange dream sequences and Lugosi in a haunted house. (1953) (64 min.)

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INTERNATIONAL HOUSE
W.C. Fields, George Burns, Gracie Allen, Bela Lugosi. Laughs galore in this one, as a large hotel in the Orient is the host for the biggest names in the world. Includes: Fields, Burns and Allen, Rudy Vallee, Sterling Holloway, Baby Rose Marie and Cab Calloway singing Reefer Man. (1933) (70 min.)

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INVISIBLE RAY
Boris Karloff, Bela Lugosi. An adventurous African safari expedition becomes a nightmare when a mad scientist discovers a secret element that gives him the power to kill anybody he touches. (1936) (80 min.)

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ISLAND OF LOST SOULS (B&W)
Charles Laughton, Bela Lugosi, Richard Arlen. Based on H.G. Wells Island Of Dr. Moreau,' this film was widely banned because of its content. Moreau has mysterious creatures on his private South Seas island. What he really wants is to create the first human-animal child. Watch the ironic climax! CC. (1932) (71 min.)

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