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La furia del Hombre Lobo (1972)

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A man has had a werewolf curse cast upon him. If he doesn't get rid of it, he turns into a killer werewolf when the moon is full.


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Cast overview:
Paul Naschy ...
Perla Cristal ...
Dr. Ilona Alman / Eva Wolfstein
Verónica Luján ...
Karen (as Veronica Lujan)
Miguel de la Riva ...
Det. Heinrich Miller (as Michael Rivers)
Mark Stevens ...
Bill Williams
Pilar Zorrilla ...
Erika Daninsky (as Diana)
José Marco ...
Merrill (as Jose Marco)
Francisco Amorós ...
Fredrick (as Francisco Almoros)
Javier de Rivera ...
Helmut Wolfstein (as Javier Rivera)
Ramón Lillo ...
Detective (as Ramon Lillo)
Fabián Conde ...
Nevell Yates (as Fabian Conde)


Waldimar Daninsky, a lone survivor of a Tibetian expedition, returns home to find his wife has been unfaithful to him. Carrying the curse of the pentagram (or pentagon, as stated by the monk who nursed him back to health), the fury of the wolfman is unleashed! After disposing of his cheating spouse, he finds himself captive in a castle by a female mad scientist conducting mind control experiments. In a vein attempt at escape, he discovers the freaks left over from past experiments dwelling in the dungeons. Written by Humberto Amador

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Release Date:

7 February 1972 (Spain)  »

Also Known As:

The Fury of the Wolf Man  »

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ESP 12,063,084 (Spain)

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2.35 : 1
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The English dubbed copy of this film is part of the Public Domain on the U.S. territory. See more »


Follows Frankenstein's Bloody Terror (1968) See more »


Toccata in D
Composed by Johann Sebastian Bach
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This is one very confusing movie.
10 July 2004 | by (Mansfield, CT USA) – See all my reviews

This is one very confusing movie. The film is very hard to follow and the plot just didn't seem to make any sense. The Fury of the Wolfman was made in Spain and I think that when any film is dubbed from one language to another, it doesn't translate exactly as it was first meant. Maybe this is part of the problem but I doubt if it can account for all the problems with this film. The dubbing is pretty bad and the voices don't match the characters very well. The scenes are choppy, there is an array of strange and irrelevant characters that do little more than confuse the viewer even more. What I did like about this film was the look of the wolfman himself and the scenes where he attacks. Now if they could have put it all together and had it make some sense, they might have had something. Don't waste your time on this one.

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