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She-Wolf of London (1946) Poster

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Largely shot on Universal's old "Hacienda" set, used on many of the studio's "B" westerns.
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The film was shot between December 8-21, 1945 but retakes required several members of the cast, including June Lockhart and Don Porter to work through Christmas eve.
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Released on May 17, 1946 as part of a double bill with The Cat Creeps (1946). Universal Pictures, unlike most major studios, lacked a proprietary theater chain and often sold it's B-picture horror/mystery pictures as double bills, making weak pictures more attractive and economical for independent theaters to advertise.
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Lloyd Corrigan replaced Forrester Harvey who died prior to any of his scenes were shot. This was also Martin Kosleck's final role at Universal.
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Part of the original Shock Theater package of 52 Universal titles released to television in 1957, followed a year later with SON OF SHOCK, which added 20 more features.
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Filming completed on Christmas Eve 1945.
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There is no werewolf in this film.
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