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Return of the Wolf Man (1957)

A thief, Lawrence Talbot (played by Wayne Moretti) removes the stake from a skeleton, which revives Dracula (played by Victor Fabian).

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A thief, Lawrence Talbot (played by Wayne Moretti) who is also a wolf man, breaks into Dracula's castle. he encounters a skeleton, and removes the stake from the bones. The removal pf the stake, revives Dracula (played by Victor Fabian) who bites Talbot. Dracula then uses an electronic device to summon the Frankenstein monster (played by Don Glut). The monster leaves the castle. Talbot asks Dracula to cure him from being a werewolf. He then transforms into the wolf man. When the monsters returns, he and the wolf man fight. The wolf man transforms back into the human Talbot, who then shoots the monster and then he stakes Dracula. Written by Paul Gerard Kennedy

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Homemade Universal tribute
15 May 2017 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

RETURN OF THE WOLF MAN is a short, homemade movie from monster lover Donald F. Glut. He was only 13 when he made this film, which is an open tribute to Universal's HOUSE OF Dracula and as such features no less than three big screen monsters tearing it up: there's Lawrence Talbot's Wolfman, Glut himself cameoing as Frankenstein's Monster (in a simple rubber mask) plus Dracula for good measure. It's just a trio of kids larking about and as such it's not very interesting, but there's no faulting the level of enthusiasm present here.


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