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« Reply #15 on: November 06, 2017, 10:35:27 AM »

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« Reply #16 on: November 06, 2017, 06:37:52 PM »

Here's a list of films planed for Bela Lugosi-(who else?  Lookingup) that never got made-

.the SUICIDE CLUB (1933) with Lugosi and Karloff for Universal Pictures.

.CAGLIOSTRO (1935)Lugosi planed on forming his own production company and this was to be the first film. Due to lack of funds-never happened. Oddly-Universal ran an ad for Karloff as Cagliostro in 1932-which also never happened.

.VAMPIRE OF THE SKIES (935) for Embassy Pictures

.The MYSTERIOUS ABBY (1935)This was to be a series of films  (kinda like the Chan or Mr. Moto movies) in which Lugosi was to play a French Clergyman who solved crimes. Wardrobes tests were photographed-no films.

.the CABINET OF DR. CALIGARI (1935) Concordia Films considered this with Lugosi as Caligari.

.the RETURN OF FRANKENSTEIN (1935) was what the BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN became when Lugosi was considered for a role like that given to Ernest Thesiger.

.BLUEBEARD (1936) a Karloff/Lugosi team up. Never happened.

.the ELECTRIC MAN (1936) with Karloff and Lugosi. The idead was scrapped-until Universal brought it back in 1940 with Lon Chaney Jr. and Lionel Atwill as MAN MADE MONSTER (1940).

.JACK THE RIPPER (1938) with John Barrymore,Lugosi and Karloff.

. the VAMPIRE (1939) was announced by England's Argyle Films.

.the MONSTER OF ZOMBOR (1941) with Karloff / Lugosi. A poster exists-but no film does.

.BRIDE OF THE VAMPIRE (1943) Columbia was to do a sequel to Lugosi's RETURN OF THE VAMPIRE. Alas...

.RETURN OF THE WHITE ZOMBIE (195?) Lugosi told reporters he was to star in a sequel to WHITE ZOMBIE soon-of course....never...

.DR.ACULA  (1953) TV show. He announced this while on YOU ASKED FOR IT in 1953.

.the VAMPIRE'S TOMB (1954) Test footage was shot by Ed Wood. It ended up in PLAN 9.

.the GHOUL GOES WEST (1955) It was to star  Gene Autry, Lugosi,Lon Chaney Jr.,Tor Johnson and John Carradine. Another Ed Wood brainstorm that fizzled.

-and this his is just a partial edited list!
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« Reply #17 on: November 06, 2017, 09:54:06 PM »

I like King Kong vs Godzilla as much as any G-Fan, but I would love it if the original idea of King Kong vs Frankenstein had gotten made. Especially with Willis O'Brien stop motion.

At least, that's what Gary Busey told me...
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