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- Vampire Academy is the first book in the Vampire Academy series by the American author Richelle Mead. It was listed on the list of Quick Picks for Reluctant Young Adult Readers. It was also recommended by booklist, teenbookstoo.com, and VOYA.
- Vampire Academy is a best selling series of six young-adult paranormal romance novels by American author Richelle Mead. It tells the story of Rosemarie (Rose) Hathaway, a seventeen year old Dhampir girl, who is training to be a body guard for her Moroi best friend, Vasilisa (Lissa) Dragomir.
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- M.O.V.I.E. is a video game written by Dusko Dimitrijevic for the ZX Spectrum and Amstrad CPC and was published by Imagine Software in 1986.
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Rose and Lissa become enmeshed in forbidden romance, the Academy’s ruthless social scene, and unspeakable nighttime rituals. But they must be careful lest the Strigoi—the world’s fiercest and most dangerous vampires—make Lissa one of them forever.
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Hungarian actor Bela Lugosi (1882 –1956) is best known as the vampire Count Dracula in the horror classic Dracula (1931). He started his film career in the silent Hungarian cinema and also appeared in German silent films. In the last phase of his career he became the star of several of Ed Wood’s low budget epics and other poverty row shockers.
Bela Lugosi was born as Bela Ferenc Dezso Blasko in 1882, the youngest of the four children of Paula de Vojnich and Istvan Blasko, a banker. His hometown was Lugos, in Austria–Hungary (now Lugoj in Romania), near the western border of Transylvania. Later he would base his last name on this town. At the age of 12, Lugosi dropped out of school. He began his acting career probably in 1901 or 1902. His earliest known performances are small roles in plays and operettas in provincial theaters in the 1903–1904 season. He moved on to Shakespeare plays and played several major roles. In 1911 he moved to Budapest, where he worked for the National Theater of Hungary in the period 1913–1919. Although Lugosi would later claim that he "became the leading actor of Hungary’s Royal National Theater", most of his roles were small or supporting parts. During World War I, he served as an infantry lieutenant in the Austro-Hungarian Army from 1914 to 1916. There he rose to the rank of captain in the ski patrol and was awarded a medal for being wounded at the Russian front. In 1917, Lugosi married Ilona Szmick. The couple divorced in 1920, reputedly over political differences with her parents. In 1917 he made his film debut in Az ezredes/The Colonel (1917, Mihaly Kertesz a.k.a. Michael Curtiz). In two years Lugosi made 12 films in Hungary, credited as Arisztid Olt, including Naszdal/The Wedding March (1917, Alfred Deesy) and Lulu (1918, Michael Curtiz). After the collapse of Bela Kun’s Hungarian Soviet Republic in 1919, leftists and trade unionists became vulnerable. Due to his participation in the formation of an actors’ union, Lugosi was proscribed from acting and so had to leave his homeland. He first went to Vienna, Austria, and then settled in Berlin, where he continued acting. In Germany, he appeared in 18 films, including Der Fluch der Menschheit/The Curse of Man (1920, Richard Eichberg), Der Tanz auf dem Vulkan/Dance on the Volcano (1920, Richard Eichberg), Hypnose/Hypnosis (1920, Richard Eichberg) and Ihre Hoheit die Tanzerin/Her Highness the Dancer (1922, Richard Eichberg), all with Lee Parry and Violetta Napierska. Der Januskopf/The Head of Janus (1920, F.W. Murnau) was an uncredited and apparently lost version of Robert Louis Stevenson’s The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, which featured Conrad Veidt. Well received films were also the Karl May adaptations Die Teufelsanbeter/The Devil Worshippers (1920, Marie Luise Droop), Auf den Trummern des Paradieses/On the Brink of Paradise (1920, Josef Stein), and Die Todeskarawane/The Caravan of Death (1920, Josef Stein), starring Carl de Vogt as Kara Ben Nemsi and also with the ill-fated Jewish actress Dora Gerson. Lugosi then left Germany as a crewman aboard a merchant ship. He had decided to emigrate to the United States.
On his arrival in America in 1921, Bela Lugosi worked for some time as a laborer, then entered the theater in New York City’s Hungarian immigrant colony. With fellow Hungarian actors he formed a small stock company that toured Eastern cities, playing for immigrant audiences. In 1922, he acted in his first Broadway play, The Red Poppy. Three more parts came in 1925–1926, including a five-month run in the comedy-fantasy The Devil in the Cheese. His first American film role came in the melodrama The Silent Command (1923, J. Gordon Edwards) with Edmund Lowe. Several more silent roles followed, as villains or continental types, all in productions made in the New York area. In the summer of 1927, Lugosi was approached to star as a sophisticated vampire in a Broadway production of Dracula (1927-1928) adapted by Hamilton Deane and John L. Balderston from Bram Stoker’s novel. The Horace Liveright production was successful, running 261 performances before touring. He declared his intention to become a U.S. citizen in 1928, and in 1931, he was naturalized. Lugosi was soon called to Hollywood for character parts in early talkies, such as Prisoners (1929, William A Seiter) and The Thirteenth Chair (1929, Tod Browning). He took his place in Hollywood society and scandal in 1929 when he married wealthy San Francisco widow Beatrice Weeks, but she filed for divorce four months later. Weeks cited actress Clara Bow as the ‘other woman’. Despite his critically acclaimed performance on stage, Lugosi was not Universal Pictures’ first choice for the role of Dracula when the company optioned the rights to the Deane play and began production in 1930. A persistent rumor asserts that director Tod Browning’s long-time collaborator, Lon
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Is Rose’s fate to kill the person she loves most? It’s springtime at St. Vladimir’s Academy, and Rose Hathaway is this close to graduation. Since Mason’s death, Rose hasn’t been feeling quite right. She has dark flashbacks in the middle of practice, can’t concentrate in class, and has terrifying dreams about Lissa. But Rose has an even bigger secret …. She’s in love with Dimitri. And this time, it-s way more than a crush. Then Strigoi target the academy in the deadliest attack in Moroi history, and Dimitri is taken. Rose must protect Lissa at all costs, but keeping her best friend safe could mean losing Dimitri forever…