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Wolfman Never Sleeps

Waldemar Daninsky is bitten by a yeti-like creature in Tibet and although marked with the sign of the pentagram, he is able to prevent the change into a werewolf until he discovers that his wife has been cheating on him. Changing into the beast one night, he kills both her and her lover before running out into a storm...

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Waldemar Daninsky is bitten by a yeti-like creature in Tibet (great dialogue here -- "It was a yeti. But that's impossible. I'm a scientist and these things don't exist. It was a hallucination. That's all.") and although marked with the sign of the pentagram, he is able to prevent the change into a werewolf until he discovers that his wife has been cheating on him. Changing into the beast one night, he kills both her and her lover before running out into a storm and being electrocuted. It's not long before he's resurrected by a dominatrix university professor who is conducting some kind of unfathomable experiments with mind control. He is taken to the underground cellar of a castle where the subjects of these experiments live like chained animals. IMDB
This is a new uncut composite print the extra scenes are poorer quality but won't spoil your enjoyment.

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AKA:Furia del Hombre Lobo, La
Director:José María Zabalza
Year:1972
Language:English or Spanish, English subs
Format:W
Audio Quality:9.0
Video Quality:9.0
Starring:Jacinto Molina (Paul Naschy) Perla Cristal Verónica Luján Mark Stevens Francisco Amorós Fabián Conde Miguel de la Riva

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