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The Werewolf
(1913) American
B&W : Two reels
Directed by Henry McRae (Henry MacRae)

Cast: Clarence Burton [Ezra Vance, the prospector], Marie Walcamp [Kee-On-Ee, as a young woman], Phyllis Gordon [Watuma, daughter of Kee-On-Ee], Lule Warrenton [Kee-On-Ee, years later], Sherman Bainbridge [Stone Eye], William Clifford [Jack Ford]

Bison Motion Pictures (The Universal Film Manufacturing Company, Incorporated) production; distributed by The Universal Film Manufacturing Company, Incorporated. / Scenario by Ruth Ann Baldwin, from a screen story by Ruth Ann Baldwin. / Released 13 December 1913. / Standard 35mm spherical 1.37:1 format. / The film is reported to have been lost in a 1924 fire.

Drama: Historical.

Synopsis: A Native American wolf woman comes back from the dead to avenge the death of her lover.

Survival status: The film is presumed lost.

Current rights holder: Public domain.

Keywords: Native Americans - Reincarnation - Religion: Monks - Werewolves

Listing updated: 23 June 2014.

References: Aylesworth-Monsters pp. 60, 154; Aylesworth-Movie pp. 29, 77; Braff-Universal n. 8838 : Website-IMDb; Website-Wikipedia.

 
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