Werewolf of London (13-May-1935)|
Director: Stuart Walker
Writers: John Colton; Robert Harris
Musical Score: Karl Hajos
Keywords: Horror, Werewolf
Dr. Wilfred Glendon, cataloguing species of flower in Tibet, finds success in locating the ever elusive mariphasa (reputed to be an antidote to the mythical werewolf). Soon after this triumph the botanist is attacked by a large animal, suffering scratches but escaping with his life. Upon return to London Glendon immerses himself in his work, his studies interrupted as he notices his increasingly hairy body.
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