Carroll Borland is the legendary star of early cinema, who's portrayal of "Luna" opposite Bela Lugosi in Mark of the Vampire (1935) indelibly etched in the minds of moviegoers the look, the style, and the sexuality of female vampires for generations to come.
How did Bela Lugosi inspire the writing of the legendary sequel to Bram Stoker's Dracula?
What was the true story behind the infamous incest scene rumored to have been cut from Mark of the Vampire starring Carroll and Bela?
Was Carroll Borland visited by the ghost of Bela Lugosi? What was the secret of their relationship?
Learn the answers in Gregory Mank's compelling account of Carroll's life and film career.
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