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Urufu gai: Moero ôkami-otoko (1975)

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Credited cast:
Kyôsuke Machida
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
(as Sonny Chiba)
Saburô Date
Kôji Fujiyama
Tooru Hanada
Ryuji Hayami
Jiro Ibuki
Haruki Jô ...
(as Haruki Jo)
Kenji Kawai
Hiroshi Kondô
Koji Miemachi
Etsuko Nami
Yoshio Neshima
Teruo Shimizu
Akemi Sone


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5 April 1975 (Japan)  »

Also Known As:

Wolfguy: Enrage, Wolfman  »

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This Toei-produced film is an unofficial follow-up to the Toho-produced film, Horror of the Wolf (1973), which in turn is based on the "Wolf Guy" novel/manga by writer Kazumasa Hirai. Akira Inugami is played this time by Shin'ichi Chiba. See more »


Follows Horror of the Wolf (1973) See more »

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So stylish at the start
5 June 2014 | by (Greenwich - London) – See all my reviews

This film is completely demented. It starts with great flourish, violence, gore and excitement with only a hint of just how over the top it will become. There is a semblance of story at the beginning, however, strange and there is a mystery for us to work out and much extreme violence to deal with.

As the film progresses, though, it begins to get a little bit silly and gradually story and suspense give way to increasingly stupid and facile action which would not have been out of place in a comic. So stylish at the start it is a crime that in the end bombs are being tossed about in some disused quarry.

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