She-Wolf of London (film)
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She-Wolf of London is a 1946 film about a young heiress who finds evidence suggesting that at night she acts under the influence of a family curse and has begun committing ghastly murders in a nearby park.
- Directed by Jean Yarbrough. Written by George Bricker.
HAUNTED BY A DREADED CURSE! (taglines)
- Phyllis Allenby: I feel terribly sleepy as if I'd been drugged.
- Martha Winthrop: You're right. I drugged you.
- Phyllis Allenby: So I wouldn't hear the dogs?
- Martha Winthrop: No Phyllis. I'm going to kill you.
- HAUNTED BY A DREADED CURSE!
- Crazed thing of Evil!
- A woman whose hatred knew no bounds!
- June Lockhart — Phyllis Allenby
- Don Porter — Barry Lanfield
- Sara Haden — Martha Winthrop
- Jan Wiley — Carol Winthrop
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