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Werewolf of London ()


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The juice of a rare Tibetan flower is the only thing that keeps Dr. Glendon from turning into a werewolf during a full moon.

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Dr. Wilfred Glendon
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Dr. Yogami
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Lisa Glendon
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Paul Ames
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Sir Thomas Forsythe
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Miss Ettie Coombes
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Hugh Renwick
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Hawkins
Charlotte Granville ...
Lady Forsythe
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Mrs. Whack
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Mrs. Moncaster
Jeanne Bartlett ...
Daisy
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Reginald Barlow ...
Timothy - Falden Caretaker (uncredited)
Egon Brecher ...
Priest (uncredited)
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Coolie (uncredited)
J. Gunnis Davis ...
Detective (uncredited)
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Detective Evans (uncredited)
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The Prima Donna (uncredited)
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Party Guest (uncredited)
Helena Grant ...
Mother (uncredited)
Jeffrey Hassel ...
Alf - Zoo Guard (uncredited)
Boyd Irwin ...
Hotel Manager (uncredited)
Noel Kennedy ...
Boy (uncredited)
George Kirby ...
Detective (uncredited)
Connie Leon ...
Millie - Yogami's Housekeeper (uncredited)
Maude Leslie ...
Mrs. Charteris (uncredited)
James May ...
Barman (uncredited)
William Millman ...
John Bull (uncredited)
Edmund Mortimer ...
Party Gust (uncredited)
Roseollo Navello ...
Maid (uncredited)
Amber Norman ...
Streetwalker (uncredited)
Joseph North ...
Plimpton - Glendon Butler (uncredited)
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Drunk Woman (uncredited)
Harry Stubbs ...
Officer Jenkins (uncredited)
David Thursby ...
Photographer (uncredited)
Louis Vincenot ...
Head Coolie (uncredited)
Beal Wong ...
Coolie (uncredited)

Directed by

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Stuart Walker

Written by

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John Colton ... (screenplay)
 
Robert Harris ... (story)
 
Harvey Gates ... (adaptation) (uncredited)
 
Robert Harris ... (adaptation) (uncredited)
 
Edmund Pearson ... (contributing writer) (uncredited)

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Stanley Bergerman ... executive producer
Robert Harris ... associate producer

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Karl Hajos ... (musical score)

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Charles J. Stumar ... (photographed by) (as Charles Stumar)

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Russell F. Schoengarth ... (as Russell Schoengarth)
Milton Carruth ... (uncredited)

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Maurice Pivar ... supervising editor (uncredited)

Art Direction by

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Albert S. D'Agostino

Makeup Department

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Mary Dolor ... hair stylist (uncredited)
Jack P. Pierce ... makeup artist (uncredited)
Armand Triller ... makeup artist (uncredited)

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Charles S. Gould ... assistant director (uncredited)
Phil Karlson ... assistant director (uncredited)

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Robert Laszlo ... property master (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Frank Artman ... boom operator (uncredited)
Donald Cunliffe ... sound recordist (uncredited)
Gilbert Kurland ... sound supervisor (uncredited)
Bob Richards ... sound mixer (uncredited)

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John P. Fulton ... special effects

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David S. Horsley ... special effects assistant (uncredited)

Stunts

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George DeNormand ... stunt double: Henry Hull (uncredited)
Eddie Parker ... stunt double: Lesther Matthews (uncredited)
Harvey Parry ... stunt double: Henry Hull (uncredited)

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E. Brown ... grip (uncredited)
A. Buckley ... grip (uncredited)
Maury Gertsman ... camera operator (uncredited)
Lester Kahn ... grip (uncredited)
John J. Martin ... assistant camera (uncredited)
Irving Smith ... set lighting foreman (uncredited)

Music Department

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Gilbert Kurland ... music supervisor
Karl Hajos ... conductor (uncredited)
Abe Meyer ... music coordinator (uncredited)
Heinz Roemheld ... composer: stock music (uncredited)
Clifford Vaughan ... orchestrator (uncredited)

Other crew

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Carl Laemmle ... presenter / president: Universal Pictures
Archie Hall ... technical director (uncredited)
Aben Kandel ... screenplay construction contributor (uncredited)
Billy Moritz ... production secretary (uncredited)
James Mulhauser ... screenplay construction contributor (uncredited)
Selma Platt ... production secretary (uncredited)
Jean Raymond ... script clerk (uncredited)
Mary West ... child welfare worker (uncredited)
Muriel Yoemans ... secretary to director (uncredited)
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Plot Summary

While on a botanical expedition in Tibet Dr. Wilfred Glendon is attacked in the dark by a strange animal. Returning to London, he finds himself turning nightly into a werewolf and terrorizing the city, with the only hope for curing his affliction a rare Asian flower. Written by Jeremy Lunt

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Taglines Beware! Terror strikes in the night! See more »
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Also Known As
  • WereWolf of London (United States)
  • Le monstre de Londres (France)
  • Der Werwolf von London (Germany)
  • El lobo humano (Spain)
  • De weerwolf van London (Netherlands)
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  • 75 min
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Budget $195,393 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia The werewolf howl used in this film is a combination of Henry Hull's own voice and a recording of an actual timber-wolf. The result is generally thought to have a far more realistic result than in any subsequent werewolf films, including The Wolf Man (1941). See more »
Goofs Multiple characters use the term "lycantrophobia" as the "medical term for werewolfery". The suffix -phobia is used to mark an irrational fear of something, so this usage actually means "a fear of turning into a werewolf" The correct term should be "lycanthropy". See more »
Movie Connections Edited into House of Dracula (1945). See more »
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Crazy Credits "A good cast is worth repeating..." See more »
Quotes Dr. Yogami: The werewolf is neither man nor wolf, but a Satanic creature with the worst qualities of both.
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