Screenland, February, 1932
Bela Lugosi tells us that a city of 50,000 inhabitants has been built on his Hungarian estates. Now does Bela receive the taxes or how does glory like that work out?
Motion Picture Herald, March 13, 1932
Dallas Morning News, March 26, 1932
The Evening Star, April 12, 1932
Movie Classic, April, 1932
Oregonian, May 28, 1932
Evening Star, June 8, 1932
The Film Daily, Oct 22, 1932
Variety, October 25, 1932
Lugosi Broke, With Furniture Main Asset
Bankruptcy petition of Bela Lugosi, filed in U.S. District court, lists $2,965 in liabilities and $600 worth of possible assets. Largest debt was the $1,000 clothing bill over Alexander & Oviatt. Lugosi listed four suits of clothes valued at $100 and a $500 equity in furniture as his assets.
Canton Repository, December 29, 1932