Werewolf of London1935

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Werewolf of London
Directed by:
Stuart Walker

Released on May 13 of 1935 in the USA, "Werewolf of London" (also known as "Unholy Hour", "Segreto del Tibet, Il", "Werwolf von London, Der") is a Drama/Fantasy/Horror/Science Fiction film directed by Stuart Walker, and written by John Colton (screenplay) and Edmund Pearson (contributing writer) . Henry Hull and Warner Oland are starring, alongside Valerie Hobson, Lester Matthews, Lawrence Grant and Spring Byington.

Hideous Half Man, Half Beast Who Terrorized Millions!

Who directed "Werewolf of London":

Werewolf of London was directed by Stuart Walker, an American producer, director, and writer.

Before making Werewolf of London, Stuart Walker had directed Mystery of Edwin Drood, released in 1935, Great Expectations (1934), The Eagle and the Hawk (1933), Misleading Lady (1932). Since, he directed .

When was "Werewolf of London" released:

Werewolf of London was initally released in the United States on Monday, May 13, 1935.. This was eighty-four (84) years ago.

What is the cast of "Werewolf of London":

At the casting of Werewolf of London we find Henry Hull, previously seen in Great Expectations (1934) and Midnight (1934); Warner Oland (The Painted Veil (1934), Charlie Chan in London (1934)); Valerie Hobson (Bride of Frankenstein (1935), Mystery of Edwin Drood (1935)) [ more... ]

  • Valerie Hobson, J.M. Kerrigan, Ethel Griffies and Zeffie Tilbury can be seen in Mystery of Edwin Drood, released in 1935.
  • Ethel Griffies and Warner Oland, Lawrence Grant also appeared together in The Painted Veil, released in 1934.

What is the Storyline of "Werewolf of London":

Wilfred Glendon is a wealthy and world-renowned English botanist who journeys to Tibet in 1935 in search of the elusive mariphasa plant. While there, he is attacked and bitten by a creature later revealed to be a werewolf, although he succeeds in acquiring a specimen of the mariphasa. Once back home in London he is approached by a fellow botanist, Dr. Yogami, who claims to have met him in Tibet while also seeking the mariphasa. Yogami warns Glendon that the bite of a werewolf would cause him to become a [...]

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