Bela Lugosi’s ‘Dracula’ Cape Up For Auction
November 1, 2011 by staff
Lugosi turned his wife Lillian layer before his death in 1956. He told her to save for his son, Bela Lugosi Jr. After he died, the family decided to bury him in his costume of Dracula.
Lugosi was buried in a replica layer is used for presentations. The real Capote was Lugosi’s son, when Lillian Lugosi died in 1981.
The line is expected to rake in about two million when it goes on sale in December.
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