Werewolf of London (1935) was a Horror - Science Fiction Film directed by Stuart Walker and produced by Robert Harris and Stanley Bergerman.
From the Archives: Werewolf of London ( 1935 )By The Metzinger Sisters on Oct 12, 2018 From Silver Scenes - A Blog for Classic Film Lovers
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 Silverbanks Pictur... Read full article
Werewolf of London (1935)By Aurora Bugallo on Oct 20, 2016 From Classic Movie Hub Blog
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, th... Read full article
Werewolf of London (1935, Stuart Walker)By Andrew Wickliffe on May 30, 2016 From The Stop Button
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 full article
The Werewolf of London (1935) – with Henry Hull and Valerie HobsonBy Greg Orypeck on Jan 28, 2016 From Classic Film Freak
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 any number of... Read full article
THE UNIVERSAL BLOGATHON: Werewolf of London (1935)By Caftan Woman on Oct 29, 2015 From Caftan Woman
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. Movie bu... Read full article
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Dr. Wilfred Glendon: Singularly single, madame. More single than I ever realized that it was possible for a human being to be.
Dr. Yogami: The werewolf is neither man nor wolf, but a Satanic creature with the worst qualities of both.
Dr. Wilfred Glendon: Thanks for the bullet.
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The werewolf howl used in this film is a combination of Henry Hull's own voice and a recording of an actual timber-wolf. The result is generally thought to have a far more realistic result than in any subsequent werewolf films, including 1941's "The Wolf-Man."
The "original theatrical trailer" provided as a bonus feature on the DVD is actually the re-edited 1935 trailer, with only Henry Hull and Valerie Hobson identified by name, and a Realart re-release title card prepared for the 1951 re-issue. Scenes with Warner Oland are prominently featured but his name never appears, a typical attempt to disguise the age of the film, since Oland had been dead for many years by the time it was re-released.
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