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Dean Stockwell, Biff McGuire, Jane House, Clifton James. The President's press secretary is bitten by a werewolf in Hungary. He returns to D.C. and wreaks havoc. One cool scene has him attacking a woman in an overturned phone booth. The climax is great! This enjoyable chiller really pays homage to The Wolf Man. Color, 16mm.

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Product Details

  • Directors: Sinister Cinema
  • Format: NTSC
  • Region: All Regions
  • Studio: Sinister Cinema
  • DVD Release Date: July 26, 2010
  • Run Time: 86 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003XF1UPI
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #361,367 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By Bernie HALL OF FAMETOP 1000 REVIEWER on August 27, 2011
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Reporter Jack Whittier (Dean Stockwell, excellent choice) is a favorite with the President (Biff McGuire) and his daughter. Taking a project in Budapest he gets one of those classic bites that never came near his Budapest. The President summons Jack back to become his press agent. Soon Jack sees pentagrams in every hand. He also finds he blacks out. Eventually he comes to realize he has a bad case of the munchies. He tries to confess but no one will listen; remember this is D.C.

You have to add this film to your wolfy collection. Never know if this will become a classic or cult favorite.

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By marle on January 18, 2015
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First, considering the era this movie came out (very early '70's), there is a lot of back story to the political and social aspects of this flick. What is considered campy and silly by today's standards, must have been hard-hitting and barbs when this movie was released. Considering I was about in 3rd grade during the entire Watergate era, I found this movie to be more groan-worthy than making a political statement. I couldn't figure out if some of the dialog was supposed to be funny, poking fun or just plain ludicrous.

If you are a Dean Stockwell fan, I think you'll enjoy this otherwise, you'll just be in for a waste of time. The werewolf transformation scenes are not much better than any of the old Lon Chaney ones. I found it interesting that the political enemies where outspoken women and a black guy. Of course, there were no women represented in the close circle of the President but, such was the time.
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Werewolf of Washington, 1974 film

Jack Whittier asked for a transfer to Hungary to change his life from being a Washington reporter. While driving along a road he stopped because of a man in the road. His car won’t start! He seeks help. A wolf howls in the night; the moon is full. “What are you afraid of?” A large dog threatens Jack and Giselle, but Jack kills it with his silver-headed cane. The police are not interested in this death. But Jack was bitten by this creature of the night! Jack wonders why no one is interested. Jack said he killed a man but no one in interested. “Pentagram, not Pentagon!” “Whoever is bitten by a rare wolf becomes a rare wolf” she says. “Wear this charm over your heart” says the old woman. “Heaven help you” she adds. But Jack flushes away that charm when he returns to Washington. The President appointed him his Press Agent and tells him his plans. The President’s daughter Mary is seeing a Navy psychiatrist and is engaged to be married. Jack will take Mrs. Caffrey home, but he sees her palm!

The moon is full tonight. Mrs. Caffrey screams as she sees a creature of the night! An Administrative official complains about a critic on TV. They will attack the Networks, “a coterie of impudent snobs”. They learn of the death of Mrs. Caffrey! Jack goes to the White House to see the President. He asks a newspaper publisher for a favor. Jack sees her palm! Then he runs into a room and locks the door. A big car arrives with a creature on the roof! The woman is attacked and killed. There is a suspect, and eyewitnesses. One official blames the press because of their news coverage. Jack takes refuge in a toilet when the President enters the restroom. Later he tells the President he is not feeling well and suggests a replacement.
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By P ski on July 31, 2015
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This is a very fun film, an excellent parody of both politics in the early '70's, and werewolf legendry and lore. Recommended!
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