The 1935 Universal werewolf monster production was directed by veteran director Stuart Walker, who also directed the Universal musical comedy production of “Manhattan Moon” (1935), with Ricardo Cortez, Dorothy Page and Regis Toomey. In his film career, Walker worked in uncredited positions as a producer and associate producer for Paramount Pictures’ latter “Bulldog Drummond” mystery film entries from 1937–39. The Universal production of “Werewolf of London” (1935) was produced by Robert Harris, who also served in an uncredited position as the writer of the story idea of the classic werewolf monster masterpiece feature.
Harris’ story idea was adapated for the screen by veteran playwright and screenwriter John Colton; Colton also wrote the screenplay adaptation of Lambert Hillyer’s classic Universal sci-fi/thriller masterpiece featuring Boris Karloff and Bela Lugosi, “The Invisible Ray” (1936). Stanley Bergerman served as executive producer of “Werewolf of London” (1935).
This will mark Sven’s seventh big broadcast of “Werewolf of London” (1935) on Me-TV. He previously showcased Walker’s classic Universal werewolf monster masterpiece back in This will mark Sven’s sixth showcase of “Werewolf of London” (1935) on Me-TV. He previously showcased the film in Oct. 2012*, Feb. 2013, Sept. 2014, Jan. 2016, March 2017 and June 2018.
Who was in Stuart Walker’s Universal classic monster masterpiece production of “Werewolf of London” (1935)?
The players who appeared in Walker’s Universal classic werewolf monster masterpiece production of “Werewolf of London” (1935) were Henry Hull (as Dr. Wilfred Glendon), Valerie Hobson (as Lisa Glendon), Warner Oland (as Dr. Yogami), Spring Byington (as Ettie Coombes), J.M. Kerrigan (as Hawkins), Jeanne Bartlett (as Daisy), Lawrence Grant (as Sir Thomas Forsythe), Lester Matthews (as Paul Ames), Clark Williams (as Hugh Renwick), Charlotte Granville (as Lady Forsythe), Ethel Griffies (as Mrs. Whack), Zeffie Tilbury (as Mrs. Moncaster) and Reginald Barlow (in an uncredited role as Timothy, the Falden caretaker).