An eight minute abridgment of the 1941 feature, The Wolf Man, released in the 1960's to the 16mm home movie market.





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Complete credited cast:
Larry Talbot (archive footage)
Sir John Talbot (archive footage)
Col. Montford (archive footage)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Frank Andrews, Gamekeeper (archive footage)
Maleva (archive footage)
Dr. Lloyd (archive footage)


An eight minute abridgment of the 1941 feature, The Wolf Man, released in the 1960's to the 16mm home movie market.

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Lycanthropy, and Claude Rains...
30 October 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

a good atmospheric film for Halloween. Universal made many of these films through the 50's and 60's.

Lon Chaney as Larry Talbot/"The Wolfman" manages to project a sense of tragedy and hopelessness in this atmospheric film. Claude Rains as his father is excellent. Rains mentions that all man is capable of good and evil, in varying degrees. A subtle inference to Freudian theory, as in the 1950's there were indeed patients diagnosed with "lycanthropy", the delusion that they were a wolf/primitive spirit.

Bela Lugosi portrays a gypsy who is murdered by Talbot after a woman is mysteriously attacked by a wolf. The cast of characters make the film worthy, and there are no films today which have this quaint sense of nostalgia, old time superstition and an interesting theme.

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