The Wolf Man

The Wolf Man
The Wolf Man

Film Details

Year

1941

Duration

68 minutes

Genres

Horror

Language

English

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Synopsis

This wonderfully atmospheric horror triumphs over less sophisticated make-up techniques by focusing on the terrible inner turmoil of a man who has been transformed into a supernatural creature, and is no longer responsible for his actions. Lon Chaney Jr plays the hapless American bitten by a wolf during a visit to his father's castle in Wales. Suspicious locals blame him for a series of murders, but his father refuses to believe in the old legends.

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PG Classification

This film contains mild violence and threat.

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