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The Wolf Man
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The Wolf Man 1941

From Amazon: Even a man who is pure in heart, And says his prayers by night, May become a wolf when the wolfbane blooms And the autumn moon is bright. If you haven't heard this piece of horror-movie doggerel before, you'll never forget it after seeing The Wolf Man for two reasons: it's a spooky piece of rhyme and nearly everybody in the picture recites it at one time or another. Set in a fog-bound studio-built Wales, The Wolf Man tells the doom-laden tale of Lawrence Talbot (Lon Chaney Jr.), who returns to the estate of his wealthy father (Claude Rains). (Yes, Chaney's American, but the movie explains this,...

Directed By:
No image existsGeorge Waggner
Written By:
No image existsCurt Siodmak
Lon Chaney Jr.Lon Chaney Jr.
No image existsClaude Rains
No image existsMaria Ouspenskaya
No image existsRalph Bellamy
Bela LugosiBela Lugosi
No image existsPatric Knowles
No image existsEvelyn Ankers
No image existsWarren William
No image existsFay Helm
No image existsForrester Harvey

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The Wolf Man Movie Review by Movie Addict (9/1/2008)

What was the first werewolf movie? Some are claiming Werewolf of London in 1935, but what about The Wolf Man in 1924? Regardless, of who was first, this version is considered to be the classic and the one that gets most people upset when they hear it is being remade with Benicio Del Toro.

Personally, I like Jack...

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