I Was a Teenage Werewolf (1957)
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Release Date: Jun 19, 1957 Wide
Average Rating: 2.8/5
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I Was a Teenage Werewolf is a B-level cheapie that can most easily be summed up as a cross between The Wolf Man and Rebel Without a Cause. Michael Landon stars as Tony, a hot-headed teenager whose lightning-quick temper has led to social troubles and created concern from his father, his girlfriend Arlene (Yvonne Lime), and local lawman Detective Donovan (Barney Phillips). After belting his buddy Vic (Ken Miller) for no reason, Tony agrees to see Dr. Brandon (Whit Bissell), a psychologist who
Jun 19, 1957 Wide
Jun 26, 1991
Tony Rivers/Teenage ...
Dr. Alfred Brandon
Police Chief Baker
Dr. Hugo Wagner
S. John Launer
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In 1957, raw novelty was enough to boost the film to unheard-of financial success, but novelty is one thing very much not on the film's side any more.
Sort of fun campy drive-in flick.
Better title than movie
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