The Wolf Man [videorecording] : the legacy collection / Universal Pictures ; producers George Waggner (Wolf Man, Frankenstein meets the Wolf Man), Stanley Bergerman (WereWolf of London), Ben Pivar (She-Wolf of London) ; directors, George Waggner (Wolf Man), Stuart Walker (WereWolf of London), Roy William Neil (Frankenstein meets the Wolf Man), Jean Yarbrough (She-Wolf of London).
Universal City, CA : Universal, , c1935, c1941, c1943, c1946.
The Wolf Man: When a man is attacked by a werewolf, he finds to his horror that he now becomes one himself under a full moon. WereWolf of London: While on a botanical expedition in Tibet Dr. Wilfred Glendon is attacked in the dark by a strange animal. Frankenstein meets the Wolf Man: Graverobbers open the grave of the WolfMan and awake him. She-Wolf of London: A young heiress finds evidence suggestig that at night she acts under the influence of a family curse.
MPAA rating: Not rated.
The Wolf Man originally released as a motion picture in 1941; WereWolf of London originally released as a motion picture in 1935; Frankenstein meets the Wolf Man originally released as a motion picture in 1943; She-Wolf of London originally released as a motion picture in 1946.
Special features: "Monster by moonlight", an original documentary on the making of 'The Wolf Man'; feature film commentary from film historian Tom Weaver.
Directors of photography, Joseph Valentine, Charles J. Stumar, George Robinson, Maury Gertsman ; art directors, Jack Otterson, Albert S. D'Agostine, John Goodman, Abraham Grossman ; editors, Ted Kent, Russell Schoengarth, Edward Curtiss, Paul Landres ; original music, Karl Hajor, William Lava ; costume designer, Vera West ; special effects, John P. Fulton.
Lon Chaney, Jr., Claude Rains, Bela Lugosi, Henry Hull, Warner Oland, Ilona Massey, Patric Knowles, Don Porter, June Lockhart.
DVD, Region 1, full screen (1.33:1) presentation, Dolby Digital 2.0 mono.
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