Bela Lugosi (real name Béla Ferenc Dezsõ Blaskó) was a Hungarian actor, who was immortalized by his portrayal of Count Dracula in stage productions, 1932 classic film and lots of following horror productions. After his breakthrough in 1930's Universal Pictures horror series, Lugosi become their instantly recognizable star, but in the 1950's drug addiction made him taking nearly any job he was able to do including appearing in the movies by notorious filmmaker Edward D. Wood Jr. (movie Ed Wood features Lugosi heavily, in an Academy Award winning portrayal by Martin Landau).
Bela Lugosi can be seen using the following weapons in the following films:
|Colt Model 1903||Dr. Vitus Werdegast||The Black Cat||1934|
|Walther Model 4||Dr. Vitus Werdegast||The Black Cat||Still photograph only.||1934|
|Colt Official Police||Dr. Richard Vollin||The Raven||1935|