The Wolf Man

Continuity mistake: When Larry is taken home after being bitten by the werewolf, the door opens and Larry is seen staggering in. In the next shot, the door is seen opening again.

Continuity mistake: Early in the film, when the gypsy Bela becomes a wolf that attacks Jenny and bites Talbot, he is in true four-legged animal form, sans clothing. After being killed, his human corpse is wearing clothes although it is remarked that his feet are bare. Later, when Talbot transforms, he is a Wolf-Man, wearing clothes and walking on two legs.

Continuity mistake: When John presents Paul to Larry, he calls him "Captain Montford", but the credits shows him as "Colonel Montford". (00:00:35 - 00:03:12)

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Trivia: The werewolf that attacks Larry is actually a dog that belonged to a security guard who worked at Universal Studios.

Trivia: Even though Maria Ouspenskaya plays Bela Lugosi's mother in the movie, she was only 6 years older than him.

Trivia: Lon Chaney Jr. is never referred to as "The Wolf Man" in the movie.

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Maleva: The way you walked was thorny, through no fault of your own, but as the rain enters the soil, the river enters the sea, so tears run to a predestined end. Your suffering is over, Bela my son. Now you will find peace.

Frank Andrews: I couldn't take my eyes off his walking stick.

Larry Talbot: It isn't a wolf... it's a werewolf.

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Question: At the time that this movie was made, nobody knew what made a werewolf, what could kill a werewolf, or when a werewolf would appear. Who decided that these things could happen?

Chosen answer: Werewolves as a concept date back many years - this film originated many of the current conventions though, so the simple answer to your question is "the writers of this film". See the Wikipedia for more info - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Werewolf.


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