Royal Bobbles Bela Lugosi as Dracula Bobblehead

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  • BELA LUGOSI BOBBLEHEAD: Bela Lugosi created his portrayal of Count Dracula in the 1927 Broadway stage production od Dracula - the makeup, the style of dress, and the mannerisms. This became the characterization for which he is famous for.
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  • UNIQUE, COLLECTIBLE BOBBLEHEADS: Each Royal Bobbles premium-quality bobblehead comes in a colorful, printed collectors box with a custom-cut Styrofoam inner protection. All Royal Bobbles bobbleheads are made from high-quality, heavyweight polyresin, stand roughly at 8 tall, and are all individually hand-painted.
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Béla Ferenc Dezs BlaskÃ, better known as Bela Lugosi. Bela was a Hungarian-
American actor best remembered for portraying Count Dracula in the 1931 film
and for his roles in other horror films. In 1927, he appeared as Count Dracula
in a Broadway adaptation of Bram Stoker's novel. He later appeared in the 1931
film Dracula directed by Tod Browning and produced by Universal Pictures.
Through the 1930s, he occupied an important niche in horror films, with their
East European setting, but his Hungarian accent limited his potential casting,
and he unsuccessfully tried to avoid typecasting.