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Lugosi: Hollywood's Dracula (1997)

Lugosi: Hollywood's Dracula uncovers the life and career of legendary actor Bela Lugosi, examining his early life in Hungary and Germany through his Hollywood successes and eventual decline. The film features a vast array of never-before-seen footage of the actor, ranging from remains of his 1918 film Struggle for Life to behind-the-scenes home movies on the set of RKO Studios. Lugosi is peppered with dozens of rare films clips and photographs, with the story itself coming to life thanks to the vast array of on-camera interviewees.

The movie Lugosi: Hollywood's Dracula, released in 1997, features 20 songs from artists like Robert Clarke, Jim Baker, Gary Freeman, The Dallas Banjo Band, Art Greenhaw-piano and The Dallas Banjo Band, John Anderson-trumpet, Grank Greenhaw-euphonium. What is your favorite song from Lugosi: Hollywood's Dracula?


Songs from Lugosi: Hollywood's Dracula

Introduction/Organ prelude from Mystery House
Robert Clarke
Suite from Osckay Brigaderos
Jim Baker, Gary Freeman
Swan Lake
The Dallas Banjo Band, Art Greenhaw-piano
Black and Tan Fantasy
The Dallas Banjo Band, John Anderson-trumpet, Grank Greenhaw-euphonium
Variation on Gershwin's Prelude
Art Greenhaw
Lon Chaney's Gonna Get You (if You Don't Watch Out)
Art Greenhaw
Swan Lake Overture
Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?
The Dallas Banjo Band, John Walden-vocals
Listen to the Lambs
White Zombie
Joel Shaw Orchestra (1932 78rpm)
Variation on Hungarian Rhapsody Number 1
Child of the Night
We're Horrible, Horrible Men
Bela Lugosi , Boris Karloff
Adaptation of Chopin's Nocturne in E-Flat
Art Greenhaw
A Hunchback Named Ygor
Swan Lake Rock
The Light Crust Doughboys
There Are Such Things
Bela Lugosi
Lugosi: Hollywood's Dracula
Art Greenhaw
Lugosi: Hollywood's Dracula (instrumental reprise)

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