The Iconic Dracula

<b>' <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ENMV00000242" title="Dracula (movie, 1931)" href="/topic/entertainment/movies/dracula-%28movie-1931%29-ENMV00000242.topic">Dracula</a>' (1931)</b><br>
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When most people think of Dracula, they think of Hungarian actor <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB003063" title="Bela Lugosi" href="/topic/entertainment/movies/bela-lugosi-PECLB003063.topic">Bela Lugosi</a>’s strange accent, his jet-black slicked-back hair, his sexual magnetism and the creepy, deliberative pace of his performance. Women were particularly entranced, or so Lugosi opined once: “It is women who love horror. Gloat over it. Feed on it. Are nourished by it.  Shudder and cling and cry out -- and come back for more.”
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' Dracula' (1931)

When most people think of Dracula, they think of Hungarian actor Bela Lugosi’s strange accent, his jet-black slicked-back hair, his sexual magnetism and the creepy, deliberative pace of his performance. Women were particularly entranced, or so Lugosi opined once: “It is women who love horror. Gloat over it. Feed on it. Are nourished by it. Shudder and cling and cry out -- and come back for more.”

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