Theatrical trailer for “Werewolf of London” (1935). Note: This was altered for the later Realart re-issue of the Universal monster classic.
“Werewolf of London” (1935) was directed by Stuart Walker. That same year, Walker also directed a musical comedy for Universal, titled “Manhattan Moon” (1935, with Ricardo Cortez, Dorothy Page and Regis Toomey). Walker also served in uncredited roles as producer and associate producer for the later “Bulldog Drummond” series of mystery films at rival studio Paramount Pictures from 1937–39, according to IMDB.
Walker’s 1935 Universal horror entry served as the precursor to the studio’s later series of “Wolf Man”/werewolf-themed monster franchise films; including George Waggoner’s “The Wolf Man” (1941, with Lon Chaney Jr., Bela Lugosi, Claude Rains, Ralph Bellamy, Evelyn Ankers, Warren William and Patric Knowles).
This will mark Sven’s sixth showcase of “Werewolf of London” (1935) on Me-TV. He previously showcased the film in Oct. 2012 (before Me-TV came into the Washington, D.C./Frederick, Maryland television market in early 2013), Feb. 2013, Sept. 2014, Jan. 2016 and March 2017.
Who was in Walker’s Universal “werewolf” monster feature?
The actors who appeared in “Werewolf of London” (1935), were Henry Hull (as Dr. Wilfred Glendon), Warner Oland (of “Charlie Chan” fame as Dr. Yogami), Spring Byington (as Ettie Coombes), Valerie Hobson (as Lisa Glendon), Lawrence Grant (as Sir Thomas Forsythe), Lester Matthews (as Paul Ames), Clark Williams (as Hugh Renwick), J.M. Kerrigan (as Hawkins; Kerrigan would be later cast in the role of Charles Conliffe in 1941’s “The Wolf Man”), Charlotte Granville (as Lady Forsythe), Ethel Griffies (as Mrs. Whack), Zeffie Tilbury (as Mrs. Moncaster) and Jeanne Bartlett (as Daisy).