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She-Wolf of London
She-Wolf of London (1946)
Credits
Title: She-Wolf of London
Directed by: Jean Yarbrough
Written by: Dwight V. Babcock; George Bricker
Produced by: Ben Pivar
Music by: William Lava
Cinematography: Maury Gertsman
Edited by: Paul Landres
Production
Distributed by: Universal Pictures
Released: May 17th, 1946
Rating: Unrated
Running time: 61 min.
Country: USA
Language: English
Budget: Unknown
Gross: Unknown
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She-Wolf of London was a 1946 horror film directed by Jean Yarbrough and produced by Universal Pictures. Based on a screenplay by George Bricker, it was released theatrically in the United States on May 17th, 1946. Although the movie has the trappings of a werewolf film, and was marketed as such, it is actually a crime thriller and there are no werewolves in the movie at all. The film takes place in London, England around the turn of the century and focuses on Phyllis Allenby, a young woman engaged to marry an attractive barrister named Barry Lanfield. A series of bizarre animal attacks begin taking place in the park near Phyllis' ancestral family home, and she begins to fear the legend of the Allenby Curse. After a ten-year-old boy is found mauled to death, Phyllis convinces herself that she is not only the murderer, but a werewolf as well.

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  • She-Wolf of London was included as a bonus feature film on The Wolf Man: The Legacy Collection DVD. It was also packaged as the second part of a double-feature along with The Wolf Man.
  • The film title was also used for a short-lived 1990-91 syndicated television series, She-Wolf of London. Unlike the film, the series featured a protagonist who transformed into a werewolf under the light of the full moon.
  • Other films directed by Jean Yarbrough include The Devil Bat, King of the Zombies, House of Horrors, The Creeper, and three episodes of The Addams Family.
  • Leading actress June Lockhart is best known for playing the role of Maureen Robinson on the 1960s sci-fi series Lost in Space. She also plays Eunice St. Clair in the 1986 dark fantasy film Troll.
  • She-Wolf of London is Martin Kosleck's final film role at Universal.
  • Lloyd Corrigan replaced Forrester Harvey who died prior to any of his scenes being shot. [1]

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