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She-Wolf of London (1946) was a Crime - Horror Film directed by Jean Yarbrough and produced by Ben Pivar.

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Is There Really a She-Wolf of London?

By Rick29 on Jun 4, 2015 From Classic Film & TV Cafe

Is June Lockhart a werewolf? Made at the end of Universal's horror film cycle (1931-1948), She-Wolf of London is a game attempt to try something different. It has inexplicably generated lukewarm interest over the years. Even the authors of the highly-regarded reference book Universal Horrors dismi... Read full article


She-Wolf of London, Happy Anniversary! Premiered Friday (Friday, April 5, 1946), May 17, 1946

By C. S. Williams on May 17, 2014 From Classic Film Aficionados

It is clear that She-Wolf of London did not premier on May 17, 1946, but saw it?s opening on Friday, April 5, 1946 at the Rialto Theater, in New York.[1] I know, with that information I should not continue this anniversary-post, or at the least, hold it over until, April of 2015. But, I cannot refra... Read full article


She-Wolf of London, Happy Anniversary! Premiered Friday (Friday, April 5, 1946), May 17, 1946

By C. S. Williams on May 17, 2014 From Classic Film Aficionados

It is clear that She-Wolf of London did not premier on May 17, 1946, but saw it?s opening on Friday, April 5, 1946 at the Rialto Theater, in New York.[1] I know, with that information I should not continue this anniversary-post, or at the least, hold it over until, April of 2015. But, I cannot refra... Read full article


She-Wolf of London, Happy Anniversary? Premiered Friday, May 17, 1946?

By C. S. Williams on May 17, 2014 From Classic Film Aficionados

It is clear that She-Wolf of London did not premier on May 17, 1946, but saw it?s opening on Friday, April 5, 1946 at the Rialto Theater, in New York.[1] I know, with that information I should not continue this anniversary-post, or at the least, hold it over until, April of 2015. But, I cannot refra... Read full article


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Part of the original SHOCK THEATER package of 52 Universal titles released to television in 1957, followed a year later with SON OF SHOCK, which added 21 more features.
Largely shot on Universal's old "Hacienda" set, used on many of the studio's "B" westerns.
Released on May 17, 1946 as part of a double bill with The Cat Creeps. Universal Pictures, unlike most major studios, lacked a proprietary theater chain and often sold it's B-picture horror/mystery pictures as double bills, making weak pictures more attractive and economical for independent theaters to advertise.
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