Possible in this day and age? Those who didn't believe... are dead!

The Boy Who Cried Werewolf
1973 | Color | 93 Minutes | 1.37:1 | PG | Horror | Mono | Universal 

Director: Nathan Juran (Attack of the 50 Ft Woman)

Writer: Bob Homel (Get Smart)

Kerwin Mathews
Elaine Devry
Scott Sealey

Little Richie Bridgestone (whose parents are divorced) goes to spend the weekend with his father at his secluded mountain cabin, and witnesses his father being attacked by 'a creature' that the boy recognizes as a werewolf. He spends the rest of the film trying to convince his mother, and his therapist that his father is now a werewolf.

During the airing of SSssss Sven mentioned that this film was released by Universal as a double feature  making the program one of the last double bills released by the studio.

Saturday August 4,2012 9/10 central on MeTV


  1. "He's on this werewolf kick again" :) I love how the kid has to convince his father of this. You'd think the father would be the first to know!

    1. Never fear more mumy's are near. I have never seen this and it won't be on here next week really bummed.

  2. Very Sorry for the DELAY in response to your 'Liebster Award" computer issues ( Need a New Mouse)... and need to find ( in the stacks of papers and comic books and magazines and boxes ...My "Notes" for this post.... I Still Have SO Many "Welcome" posts to make ....including "The Happy Undertaker".... We are "overwhelmed" by MANY things and "Obsticals' at present...Thank You for the Award and Thank you for your patience...

  3. why couldn't just wait for morning... oh why. I watched this, I hate and love films like this. this town has the worst police force ever. the mother is screaming with the wolf in the house, the police stroll up and stop at the door before going in. it's like they were half a mile away. awesome.


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