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The Wolf Man / Werewolf Of London
  • Description

    Werewolf Of London: The first Hollywood film to explore a werewolf on the silver screen, a creature rooted in folklore worldwide. Directed by American Stuart Walker and starring Henry Hull, Warner Oland and Valerie Hobson. Werewolf of London chronicles the life of botanist Dr Wilfred Glendon, who sets off on an expedition to the Himalayas to find the marifisa lupina lumina, a rare orchid that only blooms by moonlight. When he finds the unique plant, he is attacked and injured by a wolf-like creature. On returning to England he encounters Dr Yogami who begs to be given the marifisa, the only known cure for lycanthropy. But when the full moon appears strange events occur in the streets of London.

    The Wolf Man: One of cinema's most famous B-movies and a classic with an impeccable cast. Directed by George Waggner, The Wolf Man stars the legendary Claude Raines, Lon Chaney Jr, Warren William, Ralph Bellamy and Bela Lugosi. Larry Talbot returns to his father's castle in Wales and soon meets the beautiful Gwen Conliffe. One evening he goes to a carnival with Gwen and her friend Jenny, but a gypsy fortune-teller called Bela refuses to read Jenny's fortune. Subsequently she runs into the woods and is attacked by a wolf. But when Larry tries to save her a wolf bites him. Larry's good deed has repercussions that he could not possibly imagine and although he kills the wolf soon there is another lycan stalking the woman of his dreams.

  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    12
    Actor:
    Henry Hull
    Director:
    George Waggner
    Region:
    2
    Main Language:
    English
    studio:
    UCA

The Wolf Man / Werewolf Of London

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  • Description

    Werewolf Of London: The first Hollywood film to explore a werewolf on the silver screen, a creature rooted in folklore worldwide. Directed by American Stuart Walker and starring Henry Hull, Warner Oland and Valerie Hobson. Werewolf of London chronicles the life of botanist Dr Wilfred Glendon, who sets off on an expedition to the Himalayas to find the marifisa lupina lumina, a rare orchid that only blooms by moonlight. When he finds the unique plant, he is attacked and injured by a wolf-like creature. On returning to England he encounters Dr Yogami who begs to be given the marifisa, the only known cure for lycanthropy. But when the full moon appears strange events occur in the streets of London.

    The Wolf Man: One of cinema's most famous B-movies and a classic with an impeccable cast. Directed by George Waggner, The Wolf Man stars the legendary Claude Raines, Lon Chaney Jr, Warren William, Ralph Bellamy and Bela Lugosi. Larry Talbot returns to his father's castle in Wales and soon meets the beautiful Gwen Conliffe. One evening he goes to a carnival with Gwen and her friend Jenny, but a gypsy fortune-teller called Bela refuses to read Jenny's fortune. Subsequently she runs into the woods and is attacked by a wolf. But when Larry tries to save her a wolf bites him. Larry's good deed has repercussions that he could not possibly imagine and although he kills the wolf soon there is another lycan stalking the woman of his dreams.

  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    12
    Actor:
    Henry Hull
    Director:
    George Waggner
    Region:
    2
    Main Language:
    English
    studio:
    UCA
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