Hideous Half Man, Half Beast Who Terrorized Millions!

Werewolf of London
1935 | B&W | 75 Minutes | 1:35:1 | NR | Horror | Mono | Universal Pictures

Director: Stuart Walker

Writers: John Colton 

Henry Hull
Warner Oland
Valerie Hobson

The British botanist Wilfred Glendon goes in an expedition to Tibet to search the rare phosphorescent wolf-flower that is located in a cursed place. While collecting the flower, Glendon is bitten by a strange creature. He returns to London and makes research with the flower. During an exposition, the mysterious Dr. Yogami tells him that there are two werewolves in London and the flower is an antidote to the lycanthropy that avoids the transformation into werewolf. Further the creature would seek out his love to kill. Glendon discovers that he has contracted the disease and when he seeks his flowers in the full moon, he finds that someone has stolen them from his laboratory. Now Glendon wants to protect his beloved wife Lisa from himself, but he begins a murder wave in London.

From Svengoolie.com

This is Universal’s first werewolf movie- and we’ll have lots of information about the film, the cast, and the make-up- plus some fun Sven stuff- including a new segment featuring some of the amazing and amusing costumed characters we ran into at this year’s C2E2 convention!

“Werewolf of London” starts howling on ME-TV at 10 pm eastern/pacific, 9 central, or, for time in your area, check local listings. In Chicago, viewers can enjoy one more look at the story of our new coffin in “Mad Ghoul” at 11 am on our sister station, WCIU, the U!


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