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Moon of the Wolf (1972)

Not Rated | | Horror | TV Movie 26 September 1972
After several locals are viciously murdered, a Louisiana sheriff starts to suspect he may be dealing with a werewolf.

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Louise Rodanthe
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Andrew Rodanthe
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Lawrence
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Tom Jr. (as John Chandler)
Claudia McNeil ...
Sara
Paul R. DeVille ...
Hugh
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Sam
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Deputy
Serena Sande ...
Nurse
George Sawaya ...
Attendant
Dick Crockett ...
Attendant
Sonny Klein ...
Harry
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After several locals are viciously murdered, a Louisiana sheriff starts to suspect he may be dealing with a werewolf.

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Deadly secrets emerge from the shadows when the full moon rises! See more »

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26 September 1972 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Die Stunde des Wolfes  »

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The film is based on Les Whitten's novel of the same name. See more »

Goofs

This movie was made in 1972, but the opening credits show the date as MCMLXII (1962) See more »

Quotes

Tom Gurmandy Jr.: Noo, what is, dork?
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I just watched this movie again to see what I could remember from about 25 years ago. I remember seeing this when it first hit TV and I enjoyed it then and I enjoyed it all over again. Being from the South I didn't find it too slow, nor a weak story. However, I must admit that I like David Jansen who plays Sheriff Aaron Whitaker and Barbara Rush was always one of my favorite actresses. Ms Rush plays the high society lady that has been off to New York and has just returned to Marsh Island. Her brother Bradford Dillman plays Andrew Rodanthe, one of the remaining members of the towns oldest family. Other folks that you will remember if you are over 40 or so are Geoffrey Lewis, Royal Dano, and John Davis Chandler. All in all a decent werewolf movie for it's time. For me it was a very pleasant break from all the teenage slasher movies that have become all the rage. If you want a break from all the blood and gore and want to see a movie that you can watch with your children, but still want a little horror, then this is it. Very little blood, no nudity, and little if any language, so it is very tame by todays standards.


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