Bela Lugosi’s Dracula Receives A Deluxe Detailed Action Figure

In 1931 Bela Lugosi and director Tod Browning delivered what would become the definitive version of Count Dracula on the silver screen. Ninety years later, Lugosi’s visage is still the standard for how a vampire is portrayed: slick, sophisticated, and Hungarian!
Via Sideshow, Infinite Statue is producing a 1/6th scale version of Bela’s Dracula. Every detail is there, from penetrating gaze to the magnificently tailored tuxedo. The deluxe version we’re covering here comes with a lined coffin included in the $355 price tag. This Dracula will be creeping into our comes between July and September 2022.


In collaboration with Kaustic Plastik, this exciting new entry in the Action! Deluxe Figure line beautifully captures our Transylvanian icon in stunningly detailed Sixth Scale form. With fabric elements and a wide range of accessories including luxury packaging and a coffin only available in this Deluxe edition, The Count bids you welcome!

The Deluxe Dracula comes with the following features and accessories:

  • Bela Lugosi lifelike headsculpt (Handmade paint)
  • Bela Lugosi lifelike grinning headsculpt (Handmade paint)
  • Ten (10) posable hands
  • One (1) body fully articulated (30 cm)
  • Dragon candelabra
  • Black tuxedo
  • Black pants
  • Black and red cape
  • White shirt
  • White gilet
  • White bow tie
  • Black shoes (magnetic)
  • Magnetic standard stand
  • Deluxe Dracula coffin
  • Luxury packaging

The standard edition of Lugosi’s Dracula is also available for $300. The only difference is that this one does not come with the coffin. I mean, why buy a Dracula without a place for him to sleep?
What is your favorite Bela Lugosi film? Let us know in the comments section below.
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