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Werewolves on Wheels (1971)

A biker gang and its leader fall prey to a satan worshipper and his cult.


Michel Levesque




Cast overview, first billed only:
Steve Oliver ... Adam (as Stephen Oliver)
Donna Anders Donna Anders ... Helen (as D.J. Anderson)
Gene Shane Gene Shane ... Tarot (as Duece Berry)
Billy Gray ... Pill (as William Gray)
Gray Johnson Gray Johnson ... Movie
Barry McGuire Barry McGuire ... Scarf
Owen Orr ... Mouse
Anna Lynn Brown Anna Lynn Brown ... Shirley
Leonard Rogel Leonard Rogel ... Gas Station Operator
Severn Darden ... One
Tex Hall Tex Hall
Dan Kopp Dan Kopp
Ingrid Grunewald Ingrid Grunewald
Kieth Guthrie Kieth Guthrie
John Hull John Hull


A biker gang visits a monastery where they encounter black-robed monks engaged in worshipping Satan. When the monks try to persuade one of the female bikers, Helen, to become a satanic sacrifice the bikers smash up the monastery and leave. The monks have the last laugh, though, as Helen, as a result of the satanic rituals, is now possessed and at night changes into a werewolf, with dire results for the biker gang. Written by Doug Sederberg <vornoff@sonic.net>

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A quote from this movie can be heard in the beginning of Rob Zombie's song "Dragula" See more »


Crew visible when the gang first gets to the Satanic temple. The leader of the gang sees a Satanic cross and starts his monologue as he's heading toward it with the group. An individual is clearly seen in the high grass to the right of the screen. See more »

Alternate Versions

A scene between Pill (Billy Gray) / Scarf (Barry McGuire) has been omitted from "Dark Sky Films" DVD release. It involved Pill playing a used car salesman and Scarf playing his pet dog, "Puke". Several VHS versions include this scene including, "The Golden Age Of Leather, Volume 2" VHS set released by Anchor Bay Entertainment in 2000. See more »


Featured in Dusk to Dawn Drive-In Trash-o-Rama Show Vol. 1 (1996) See more »

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Annoyingly devoid of werewolves on any type of wheels
19 September 2010 | by GrislyBloodfeastSee all my reviews

I have wanted to see this movie for YEARS, considering it has one of the greatest titles ever. What I was hoping for was bikers riding along in full wolfman makeup, like the poster suggests. What I got was hippies galavanting across a desert and two(I think its two, it might be just one) members of the crew change into wolf form within the last 2-3 minutes of the movie. I can't say that I think it's art, unless you can watch 'Manos, the Hands of Fate" and think that's art...attempted art, I suppose. To be clear, this movie is NOT as bad as Manos, as very few movies ever made are awful to that degree. Still, the title made me think I would enjoy this movie enthusiastically as it implies the kind of shlocky camp I find amusing and I came away incredibly disappointed...and bored.

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Release Date:

19 November 1971 (USA) See more »

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Werewolves on Wheels See more »

Filming Locations:

Brawley, California, USA See more »


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$265,000 (estimated)
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South Street Films See more »
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Color (Eastmancolor)

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1.85 : 1
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