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v! Count Dracula Has Macabre History - Still Most Undead, Monster y 1 Survived Author, Bela Lugosi BY PHILIP K. SCIIEUER Who is the most undead of macabre fiction characters? In any accounting, Count Dracula must ha h well up there In the lead. The reflection is prompt- " 4l4J vr 4-lf fifmUi TfTnjI A a.!.-...-.! TT! 1 - . . tvi ujr M, ujr iuil&uxiiu S A11U1UHV XlinCLS 01 tt : S u H A L "The Brides of Dracula'- in which the old boy him- self Is NOT resurrected again. In this latest version, : which has been showing around town, a couple of "disciples" carry on in the best tradition of Bram Stoker's original monster. 1 - Stoker created him in 1897. Bela Lugosi played him on Broadway In the early 30s. In 1932, in fact, P r.Lt,...: ' le iaie can Laemmie L. BelaLvgost , brought Lugosi to Uni- versa! City and Introduced him to the moviegoing l' millions In "Dracula." It made a star of Bela. - Four 5. years later, the cjamor for more of this male vam. f pire resulted In 'Dracula's Daughter'-j-despite the f fact that he had disintegrated In "everlasting death" ; In 1932. This time he took on the unmistakable, al- though disguised, features of Otto Kruger. : f In 1944, the count stilt an exclusive Universal f propertyturned up by proxy In the person of a jun-f lor offspring Lon Chaney Jr. in "The Son of Dracu--i ; la." At the finish sonny boy was killed off "for 1 good." But the following year pop was given a new p lease' on life, by John Carradine, In the improbable j but inevitable company of the Frankenstein monster r; and the Wolf Man. This synthesis of freaks was en- titled "The House of Frankenstein," and it led to a VI reunion of the same unholy three, In 1946, in "The $ House of Dracula." "So They Played Him for Laughs Then; in 194S, somebody at Universal got the idea tnai uiese goony Diras snoua oe piayed ior laughs-intentional laughs, that is. The result was "Abbott jp'and Costello Meet Frankenstein" and who should ? appear In the refleshed skeleton of the Trans'ylvanian . I count but the late old master himself, Lugosi!, . U After that, Dracula was allowed to requiescat in . T. pace for a whole decade. It was in 1958 that Hinds t - and the enterprising British shocker factory called & Hammer Fjlms gave him a new shot in the jaw. There he was, as embodied by Christopher Lee and 'lhi color, yet. At.the close of .this one "Horror of f Dracula" the same old stake was driven through . . the same bid dastardly heart and the no-account ' count crumbled to dust before our relieved eyes. 4 j, '. Indeed,-he was so plainly dead-dead that Hinds $ kept him that way in this latest "Brides of, Dracula." I - The only character surviving from the previous' film i and the book was Prof. Van Helsing (played by ,i Peter Cushing). - " The old carnivore had had his last drink of warm, bloody his last jug of the jugular. So said Hinds. Drac, Universal and I know better. .:: Bronston Discovers l Cid's Spain ' ' A picture will finally be made in Spain about Spain by Americans. Producer Samuel Bronston, writer Philip Yordan and director Anthony Mann have ui signed the papers necessary to their collaboration on ' ' "El Cid," story of the nation's greatest Christian hero. This will go before the cameras immediately , following completion of the Bronston-Yordan-Nicho-' l las Ray "King of Kings." " Frank Woods, maker of "Angel Baby," reports "Is-' "r land Affair" as his next Indie Samoa location. In his cast will be Sir Ralph Richardson and Kim Ham- -Uton. ; Choosy William Holden has indicated a will- - -ingness to read the script, Woods says. ' ,r "KO PUNCHES PULLED... should stir up storm of controversy!", -HERALD EXPRESS V ) Lvv iv;; A Am f i f . iFUioyiTi osltI ;: W & -t sc tjfl ' "Lancaster and Jones up fnr Inn Oscar honors1." t LA, EXAMINER ?I?f,ffl Ft ifil Ml SIHCUWI?: UWI8' ELr.mil Will. A zna imAjn nun Uliw-M I 1I!iqW?Ii!irlJil itipf m rot tonus nlT'-v J' 6n)w km tt t Reopening rirklll 254. Illlrwni Nrkiai ClRtW ' . AerMi tti itrirt Jrora liiatnl , fr 5! lVM ROD r CUSTOM The Stanley Warner Bev erly Hills Theater, closed for the past month for renova tion, will reopen July 20. Featuring comfort the the ater management has had eight rows of seats removed to allow for added room be tween rows. New carpeting, boxotnee, display panels and major changes in the heating and air conditioning systems are among major im provements."' ' The house is due to re open with "Strangers When We Meet," starring Kirk Douglas, Kim Novak, Ernie Kovacs and Barbara Rush. Gogi Sought Negotiations are on for Gogi Grant to headline at the .Sky Room of the Waldorf-Astoria in New York this fall. ' v ; : Morrison Will Sing in Musical Known to local' theater goers from his appearance m, "The Billy Barnes Re vue,-young Horns Morrison will be the featured singer in ''Best of Burlesque," musical satire of the-1930s which stars Ann Corio next Friday fright at . the Ritz Theater. : '' , - ' ; Morrison; will also; contribute several comedy numbers to the show; in which he will divide honors with Harry Clexx, Jimmy Cava-n a u g h, Bobby ; Ball, and Heather English. . i I vri AX3-71C4 mar ROOt OT PARKING i MAIINfl DAIir U JO-I IlA. UN TUKNCR-ANTHWT AUtMM . fill AnSCJ "PORTRAIT IN BLACK" UNBLUSHING tNASHAWED.Tvr CALLVOUK M 11.1 K a a... THCATftKo VX. 40411 77 mJk academy nrn PL 1-5151 ' If2-; MAJOR STUDIO TONtGHf M .M. MSADINA ACADEMY i MU I4W( "HILARiOUSL.lenmoiithis kistr -UIm THE Jack Ltmhton Fred MacMurny iii SMASH WEEKI 'MOUSE and SARDCN I4XV!WVV " ! COLO CARTOON " ""m H.-IUI'llt rfTf wor tm(s l2:iaMs.7:3St0M RESERVED SEATS ' AVAILABLE . AT BOX OFFICE TO SHOWTIME -5, WJH-R-- Wfaj-M UTt,lp t MATINEES OAIIY a t P.M. w7ut W1- f.MJ af i.i9 1 rsf! M f "!.' w.-'',ifa V.I:30($U.;OOM. V.; -J),( Sfl.thfTIiufi.(rom$US f JTSITvTTX i Mi Si 1 It a Ml if 1 jij WT-f- - - --j - - - it.r; r e 1 1-ill i. r nj i g ij tj.i i rji 1 1 if t i yAn i. f i y mi 1 i'.u.ijji '.u m i.ip iir;j-"iJj : ' "Best Biblical picture ever made." r ; . urwnuuiiiMi(oswi(08Mjiitai8i:i. NOW CMtidum lilrlraju:)ea.n. ICVEKLT MIllS' riMCST ft.. 'Jolly good fun- -" a little classic." I. m m ar 4J.H OIlWillllY I f WSksIM LB! AltPfllet Cllft-Bemlck, WHO ! MA 7.M44 i;ra u Bii Mirrar CHINESE oi. u:4A H0 4-8III Jack lamfflon-Shirley Maclaini-F. Mac Murray, THE APARTMENT bruin; R 7-2487 ' Cllft-Remlck, WHS RIVER; Oillman-Walles, Crack In tht Mirrar Hollywood Jerr" Uwl THE HQ I.I37I Tht Magniflcmt OPEN All NIGHT UNTIL I A.M. DAILY ' iinatra-MKLain. 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