The Curse of the Werewolf
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The Curse of the Werewolf is a 1961 film about a man who is cursed by the evil circumstances of his conception and by his Christmas Day birth. An early hunting incident gives him a taste for blood, which he struggles to overcome.
- Directed by Terence Fisher. Written by Anthony Hinds, based on the novel The Werewolf of Paris by Guy Endore.
HALF-MAN... HALF-WOLF... COMPELLED BY THE HIDEOUS CURSE OF HIS EVIL BIRTH TO DESTROY - EVEN THOSE WHO LOVED HIM! (taglines)
- HALF-MAN... HALF-WOLF... COMPELLED BY THE HIDEOUS CURSE OF HIS EVIL BIRTH TO DESTROY - EVEN THOSE WHO LOVED HIM!
- He had but one body - yet lived with two souls!
- He fought the hideous curse of his evil birth, but his ravished victims were proof that the cravings of his beast-blood demanded he kill... Kill... KILL!
- Even the innocent girl who loved him was not safe... once the full moon rose!
- Clifford Evans — Don Alfredo Corledo
- Oliver Reed — Leon Corledo
- Yvonne Romain — Servant girl
- Catherine Feller — Christina Fernando
- Anthony Dawson — Marques Siniestro
- Josephine Llewelyn — Marquesa
- Richard Wordsworth — Beggar
- The Curse of the Werewolf quotes at the Internet Movie Database
- The Curse of the Werewolf at Rotten Tomatoes
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