Monthly Archives: February 2012

Lugosi: The Forgotten King – Then and Now

Most of the time, if you’re a writer, an artist, a musician, a builder — any field where you “create” something, there is a standard sequence of events: you make things the best way you know how at the time, … Continue reading

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Just confirmed…Joyce Meadows

We are pleased to announce that we will be interviewing Joyce Meadows for our upcoming documentary Monsters, Martians, and Mad Scientists: Horror in the Atomic Age. In addition to starring in numerous westerns, Meadows starred with John Agar in the 1957 … Continue reading

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Dracula Cape Offered at Auction

On December 16th, 2011, Bela Lugosi Jr. offered several of his father’s personal items through the Profiles in History auction in Beverly Hills. Without question, the most notable lot was Lugosi’s screen-worn Dracula cape.   From the “Icons of Hollywood” … Continue reading

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Just confirmed…David Hedison

I received a phone call today from David Hedison, star of The Fly (1958)! We will be interviewing Mr. Hedison for the next Operator 13 Productions film, Monsters, Martians, and Mad Scientists: Horror in the Atomic Age. We are thrilled to … Continue reading

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From the set…Anne Jeffreys

On February 4th, Mark, Dave, and I interviewed Bela Lugosi co-star Anne Jeffreys for Lugosi: The Forgotten King.  The interview took place at Ms. Jeffreys’ beautiful home in Los Angeles, where she has lived since 1956. Ms. Jeffreys’ filmography stretches … Continue reading

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Lugosi in Los Angeles: The Ambassador Hotel

Bela Lugosi lived in the Los Angeles area from 1928 until his death in 1956. Our new feature “Lugosi in Los Angeles” takes a closer look at some of Lugoi’s LA homes. Bela Lugosi’s first Los Angeles residence was the … Continue reading

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Here Be Monsters

Welcome to the new Web home of Operator 13 Productions! We are currently in production on the documentary Lugosi: The Forgotten King and pre-production on a new project with the working title Monsters, Martians and Mad Scientists: Horror in the Atomic … Continue reading

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