Bela Lugosi Films On 8mm and Super 8

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Dracula

Castle Films

Dracula 8mm

Universal 8 Films

Dracula 8mm 2

Piccolo Film (Germany)

Draculas Erbe (Dracula’s Heritage)

Dracula German

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Son Of Frankenstein

Castle Films

Son of Frankenstein

Piccolo Film (Germany)

Son of Frankenstein German

Universal 8 Films

Son of Frankenstein

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Dark Eyes of London

Super 8

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The Wolf Man

Castle Films

The Wolf Man

Revue Film (Germany)

The Wolf Man 8mm 2

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The Ghost of Frankenstein

Castle Films

Ghost of Frankenstein 1

Universal 8 Films

The Ghost of Frankenstein

Revue Film (Germany)

Frankenstein’s neues Gehirn (Frankenstein’s New Brain)

Ghost of Frankenstein German

Castle Films

The Ghost of Frankenstein

Universal 8 Films

The Ghost of Frankenstein 2

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The Return of the Vampire

Columbia

The Return of the Vampire

The Return of the Vampire 8mm

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Frankenstein Meets The Wolf Man

Castle Films

Frankenstein Meets The Wolf Man

Piccolo Film (Germany)

Frankenstein Meets The Wolf Man German

Universal 8 Films

Frankenstein Meets The Wolfman

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Castle Films

Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein

Piccolo Film (Germany)

Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein German

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Mother Riley Meets The Vampire aka My Son The Vampire

Republic Pictures

My Son The Vampire

Walton 8 Home Movies (Germany)

Dracula’s Begehren (Dracula’s Desire)

Mother Riley Meets The Vampire

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Plan 9 From Outer Space

Heritage Films

Plan 9 From Outer Space 8mm

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3 responses to “Bela Lugosi Films On 8mm and Super 8

  1. I’ve been collecting movies on 8mm since I was a kid. My very first one being a ten minute condensation of ‘Dracula’ which I ordered through “Famous Monsters’ Magazine. There are a few that I have not pictured here. A two reel version of ‘The Human Monster’ from Entertainment Films. Great artwork on the box by Al Kilgore. Also the 400′ version of “Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein’ from Universal 8. A colorized photo on the box of the boys being frightened by the monsters. Also in generic boxes, White Zombie’, ‘Bela Lugosi Mets the East Side Kids’ and ‘The Mystery of the Mary Celeste.’ I still have all of them. They bring back memories of a more innocent and magical time.
    David Jendrycki
    Chicago

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    • Hi David,
      Thank you for sharing your collecting memories with us. Although I remember looking at ads for 8mm films as a child, I was too young to get into collecting. I just saw movies on TV until the video age dawned. If youwould like to share images of the Bela Lugosi 8mm box art you have, I&d be delighted to post it here with a credit for you. You can contact me directly at andobi@hotmail.com. Best wishes, Andi Brooks.

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