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  • Actors: Kate Hodge, Neil Dickson, Scott Fults, Jean Challis, Arthur Cox
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, Dolby, Full Screen, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Universal Studios
  • DVD Release Date: February 2, 2010
  • Run Time: 943 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (65 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002QU1Z1K
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #63,730 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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In the tradition of Universal’s famed collection of monsters comes She-Wolf of London. Now the complete series featuring all 20 episodes is available for the first time on DVD. Beautiful American grad student Randi Wallace (Kate Hodge, “Fringe”) never suspected that traveling to England to study with handsome mythology professor Ian Matheson (Neil Dickson, Beowulf) would change her life forever. While conducting research on the misty and mysterious English moors, Randi is attacked and bitten by a werewolf. Now cursed to transform into a bloodthirsty werewolf during every full moon, the two must find a way to save her. Follow their adventures from London to L.A. as they search for a cure, battle supernatural forces and the romantic feelings they have for one another.

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89 of 95 people found the following review helpful By FRED on November 28, 2009
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Whatever you do, don't miss the very fun and engaging TV series "SHE-WOLF OF LONDON" (Episodes 1-14) and "LOVE & CURSES" (Episodes 15-20)! This unforgettable horror/drama/comedy/romance series aired as part of the short-lived (and poorly distributed) Hollywood Premiere Network (1990-91) of syndicated shows. The Hollywood Premiere Network consisted of only three shows: "SHE-WOLF OF LONDON", "SHADES OF L.A." and "THEY CAME FROM OUTER SPACE". "SHE-WOLF OF LONDON" was finally seen across the entire country when it aired on The SCI-FI Channel in the mid-90's as part of their "Sci-Fi Fridays" prime-time line-up. The beautiful Kate Hodge ("Rapid Fire", "The Hidden II", "Leatherface: Texas Chainsaw Massacre III") stars as Randi Wallace, a young American graduate student living in England who is cursed to become a werewolf every full moon. Neil Dickson ("Biggles: Adventures in Time", the evil Rickman on Season 3 of "SLIDERS") stars as Ian Matheson, professor of mythology, and Randi's would-be love-interest. Together, the duo search for a cure for Randi's curse and also investigate other supernatural occurences. With Episode #15, the series title and format changed to "LOVE & CURSES" and production moved to Los Angeles. Ian quits academia and gets a job as the host of "How Strange", a Los Angeles-area TV show which focused on the supernatural, and Randi becomes his producer. The following is a list of episode titles with original airdates:

1. "She-Wolf of London" (pilot) (10/09/90
2. "The Bog Man of Letchmoor Heath" (10/16/90)
3. "Moonlight Becomes You" (10/23/90)
4. "The Juggler" (10/30/90)
5. "Nice Girls Don't" (11/06/90)
6. "Little Bookshop of Horrors" (11/13/90)
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60 of 66 people found the following review helpful By ArcLight on December 2, 2009
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Wow. This is one title I just never even hoped for because really, what were the odds? But we've got THE WOLFMAN coming out in February and I guess someone somewhere remembered they had a show that could tie-in. Give it a bit of a TWILIGHT spin on the cover and maybe get some of that crowd, too.

Whatever it takes, I'm all for it. Love this show. I'll admit it tried with varying degrees of success for that mix of horror/humor that KOLCHAK: THE NIGHT STALKER had before it and BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER would perfect after it until they just went for the humor with the last few episodes. I didn't much care for the move to Los Angeles and fully embracing the lighter tone but even those episodes provided one of my favorites of the entire series. I still want to see a "Bride of the Wolfman" movie, darn it!

Anyway, Kate Hodge was adorable as werewolf Randi and the chemistry with Neil Dickson as Ian - must've been a school mate of Rupert Giles, I swear - as the would-be lovers (seems like getting frisky with Randi causes the wolf to come out - which really inspires Ian to help find the cure and I don't blame him!) was spot on. The look and atmosphere of the London based episodes push this series above the other syndicated genre shows of the time such as FREDDY'S NIGHTMARES, TALES OF THE DARKSIDE, MONSTERS and the like. And it's about a werewolf! What else do you need?

Even if you're not a voracious werewolf fan such as I, there's lots to like in this series. This release makes the pain of losing the WEREWOLF TV series DVD set bearable.
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25 of 29 people found the following review helpful By 80's TV Fan on February 6, 2010
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I never thought this series would be released but thanks to Universal's cross-marketing of "The Wolfman" movie we now have it! Reminds me of when Sony released "Tabitha" when the horrible "Bewitched" movie was released.

It's such a shame Universal didn't include the original opening for the first 14 episodes. I am sure it was completely accidental. So many studios really don't know their material as well as the fans do. That's why Studios really should contact a fan website every now and then and get some input or let them preview the check-discs...but they are probably afraid of confidential information being leaked. So mistakes like this happen. The original theme and opening are so great too....So much better than the "Love and Curses" theme and opening. I guess I'll have to dig my Sci-Fi channel recorded VHS' out of storage and transfer the opening.

Thanks anyway Universal for releasing this great show! I really do appreciate it! Next time though, do a little more research, please.

BTW, UNIVERSAL, Can we please have the final seasons of "Amazing Stories" (Season 2), "SeaQuest 2032," and Sliders (Season 5). It seems such a shame to release every season except the last! You've come so close!
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Master of House of Movies on February 3, 2010
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She-Wolf of London: Complete Series Just received the dvd series. Ordinarily, I would have given it a much higher rating. However, the original theme music was removed( why? I don't know. Maybe the moon was shining purple instead of its usual pristine color.) and replaced with the very sappy and irritating love and curses theme.

I distinctly remember the theme to be very sensuous, with a mysterious undertone. That tied in beautifully with the concept of the "She-Wolf". Instead of the dvd producers maintaining that line of thought, they opted to throw in an opening theme which was so irritating that it almost made me gag. Thankfully, the contents of the episodes included little scenes that were edited by either WWOR or Sci-Fi.

Also, I found a glitch in the video transfer. In the 'Little Bookshop of Horrors(?)', there is a video warp at the very beginning of the episode.[Maybe someone fell asleep at the editing table]. Come on guys! You want this sale to take off(especially in the advent of the 'Wolf-man' movie release to be coming to theaters soon), you have to pay attention!
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