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From the Archives: Werewolf of London ( 1935 )

Silver Scenes - A Blog for Classic Film Lovers Posted by The Metzinger Sisters on Oct 12, 2018

Henry Hull hiding behind loads of facial hair in this still from the Universal horror classic Werewolf of London ( 1935 ) which also featured Warner Oland, the beloved actor of the Charlie Chan series.  From the Archives is our latest series of posts where we share photos from the Silverba read more

Werewolf of London (1935)

Classic Movie Hub Blog Posted by Aurora Bugallo on Oct 20, 2016

Neither Man nor Wolf… Stuart Walker’s Werewolf of London (1935) succeeds in terrifying sensitive souls. The movie tells the story of botanist, Wilfred Glendon (Henry Hull) who goes on an expedition to Tibet where the rare mariphasa lupina lupina can be found.  Also known as the moon flower, read more

Werewolf of London (1935, Stuart Walker)

The Stop Button Posted by Andrew Wickliffe on May 30, 2016

Werewolf of London. He actually does need a tailor, because he’s a gentleman and gentleman dress for the evening. For whatever reason, director Walker seems to spend more time on lead Henry Hull getting dressed while a werewolf than doing much else while a werewolf. There are a couple effects read more

The Werewolf of London (1935) – with Henry Hull and Valerie Hobson

Classic Film Freak Posted by Greg Orypeck on Jan 28, 2016

Share This! “The werewolf is neither man nor wolf, but a satanic creature with the worst qualities of both.”    —— Dr. Yogami (Warner Oland) to Dr. Glendon (Henry Hull)   If nothing else, for it isn’t all that great a horror movie as horror flicks go, The Werewolf of London established read more

THE UNIVERSAL BLOGATHON: Werewolf of London (1935)

Caftan Woman Posted by Caftan Woman on Oct 29, 2015

The hostesses with the mostesses that we know as the Metzinger Sisters of SILVER SCENES present The Universal Blogathon to commemorate the studios 100th anniversary.  The party, which is described as being a howling good time, runs from October 29th to 31st and HERE is your invitation. read more

Classic Films in Focus: WEREWOLF OF LONDON (1935)

Virtual Virago Posted by Jennifer Garlen on Jul 31, 2014

Although The Wolf Man (1941) is by far the best known of the Universal werewolf movies, director Stuart Walker’s Werewolf of London (1935) predates it by a good six years, making it one of the earliest examples of the genre. The 1935 picture lacks an iconic horror star like Chaney, Karloff, or read more

Classic Films in Focus: WEREWOLF OF LONDON (1935)

Virtual Virago Posted by Jennifer Garlen on Jul 31, 2014

Although The Wolf Man (1941) is by far the best known of the Universal werewolf movies, director Stuart Walker’s Werewolf of London (1935) predates it by a good six years, making it one of the earliest examples of the genre. The 1935 picture lacks an iconic horror star like Chaney, Karloff, or read more

Classic Films in Focus: WEREWOLF OF LONDON (1935)

Virtual Virago Posted by Jennifer Garlen on Jul 31, 2014

Although The Wolf Man (1941) is by far the best known of the Universal werewolf movies, director Stuart Walker’s Werewolf of London (1935) predates it by a good six years, making it one of the earliest examples of the genre. The 1935 picture lacks an iconic horror star like Chaney, Karloff, or read more

Werewolf of London–Episode 5

The Old Movie House Posted by Tom on Sep 1, 2013

Paul tries to convince his uncle, an Inspector in Scotland Yard, that he fought with Wilfred Glendon. Sir Thomas Forsythe refuses to believe his nephew. After all he grew up with Wil, and he knows “down to my bones” that Wil is not a werewolf. Just then an assistant barges in in with new read more

Werewolf of London–episode 4

The Old Movie House Posted by Tom on Aug 28, 2013

While Dr. Yogami is at Scotland Yard seeking their help, we learn something about the man – he was to university at the University of Carpathia, and that he will do anything to stop being a werewolf, if only for one night. And if he can’t have the plant, nobody else should be allowed to read more

Werewolf of London–Episode 3

The Old Movie House Posted by Tom on Aug 26, 2013

When Lisa and the others burst into Aunt Etties bedroom she is by the window babbling rather incoherently. Her sentences are disjointed, and made very little sense. She claims that the devil was in her bedroom, and that he ( why is the devil always male ?. A lot of women I know refer to God as she. read more

Werewolf Of London–episode 2

The Old Movie House Posted by Tom on Aug 25, 2013

Doomed. Wil learns he’s doomed. That one word seems to have an effect on Wil. But as always it (and his wife Lisa) take a back seat to his work –whatever that is. After trying for what may have felt like an eternity Wil finally succeeds in getting the Mariphasa plant to bloom under what read more

Werewolf Of London – Episode 1

The Old Movie House Posted by Tom on Aug 18, 2013

  Fur and Fangs Marathon Here at the old movie house I’ve shown you an assortment of movies. Science fiction, fantasy, war films, comedy-dramas, biographies, and now we’re going to have a go  at monster movies. No zombies, no remakes that bear no resemblance to monsters of old, read more

Werewolf of London (1935)

Flickers in Time Posted by Beatrice on May 29, 2013

Werewolf of London Directed by Stuart Walker 1935/USA Universal Pictures First viewing     The first mainstream Hollywood werewolf movie is pretty good.  Botanist Dr. Wilfred Glendon (Henry Hull) is searching for a rare flower that blooms only by moonlight in Tibet when he is attacked by read more

Rue Morgue UK Presents: CREEPY CLASSIC HORROR TRAILERS! WEREWOLF OF LONDON (1935)

Classic Horror Campaign Posted by Richard on Apr 8, 2012

The Classic Horror Campaign in association with the Rue Morgue UK facebook page presents : CREEPY CLASSIC HORROR TRAILERS today featuring WEREWOLF OF LONDON (1935) !  Rue Morgue magazine has a tradition of combining coverage of contemporary horror alongside a celebration of the classics and the root read more