She-Wolf of London (1990–1991)
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She-Wolf of London 

Randi Wallace, an American graduate student, travels to England to study under Dr. Ian Matheson, a noted British professor specializing in mythology. Matheson urges Wallace to do her own, ... See full summary »

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Jean Challis ...
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Dorothea Phillips ...
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Pitak (as Pete Lee Wilson)
Annabelle Weenick ...
Madame Elena (as Annabelle Lee)
Pavel Douglas ...
Dr. Stevens
Phillip Manikum ...
Inspector Majid
Jane Cunliffe ...
Flight Attendant
David Plimmer ...
Custodian
Alexander Forte ...
Boris
Neil Betts ...
Boy No. 1
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Boy No. 2
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Randi Wallace, an American graduate student, travels to England to study under Dr. Ian Matheson, a noted British professor specializing in mythology. Matheson urges Wallace to do her own, so Randi heads for the countryside, where she is brutally attacked on the moors under a full moon, by a large animal. Randi recovers from her wounds only to discover that she turns into a werewolf during the next full moon, destroying her office and nearly killing Ian to boot. Returning to the moors, Randi and Ian meet a band of gypsies who react strangely when shown a piece of jewelry that Randi found at the scene of her attack. Written by David Bassler

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9 October 1990 (UK)  »

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Dr. Ian Matheson: Mr. Stevens had to suture some bite marks. Don't worry, you'll play the piano again.
Randi Wallace: Bites?
Dr. Ian Matheson: Yes, it seems you came cheek to jowl with... the Hound of the Baskervilles.
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