The ULTIMATE Mark of the Wolfman!
Beautiful Uncut Widescreen Print with Optional English
plus English Language American Version
Spanish title LA MARCA DEL HOMBRE LOBO [The Mark of the Wolfman]
also known as FRANKENSTEIN'S BLOODY TERROR [American Title, Edited
Enrique L. Eguiluz [Henry Egan for American release]
starring: Paul Naschy · Dyanik Zurakowska · Rossana Yanni · Manuel Manzaneque
· Julian Ugarte
is Paul Naschy's debut as the werewolf Waldemar Daninsky, a role he would
play a dozen times or more (most notably RETURN
OF THE WALPURGIS, BEAST
AND THE MAGIC SWORD, DR
JEKYLL AND THE WOLFMAN, NIGHT
OF THE HOWLING BEAST, et al). It is a lavish, big-budget
[shot in 70 mm] Spanish/ German production that was, unfortunately tainted
by a poorly edited American release under the ludicrous 'Frankenstein's
Bloody Terror' title. Now, here is the fully uncut European version
[with optional English subtitles].
gypsies, Nascha and Yogyo, raid a mausoleum in search of riches. They
open the tomb of Imre Wolstein, a dormant werewolf, and accidentally revive
him after removing the silver crucifix from his heart. The wolfman goes
on a brutal rampage which spurs the villagers into organizing a hunting
party. Waldemar Daninsky joins the rest of the hunters in their search
for 'wolves,' but he and his partner, Rudolph, are viciously attacked.
He manages to save his friend's life and Waldemar also kills the creature.
However, he is infected with the black lycantropus curse, destined to
live as a werewolf. Meanwhile, Rudolph - indebted to Waldemar for saving
his life - attempts to find a cure. He recruits Dr Janos Mikhelov and
wife from the UK, but the couple are actually vampire Satanists more interested
in using Waldemar's power.
Naschy's next wolfman project would be ASSIGNMENT
Spanish Film with optional ON/OFF English subtitles;
widescreen uncut (93 min.);
also, including second disc with the American English Version Frankenstein's
for ALL REGIONS, playable on any American DVD machine.
Extras include original trailers plus a collection of scenes missing
from the USA print.
for Mature Audiences