Universal City, CA: Universal Pictures, 1946. Post-production Continuity and dialogue script for the 1946 film.
Phyllis Allenby (Lockhart) has an ancient curse on her family, cast by a pack of wolves. After a series of local murders, she is convinced she and her werewolf curse are to blame, for she finds her belongings muddied, torn, and streaked with blood almost every morning. A greedy aunt eventually confesses to framing Phyllis (in attempt to retain the Allenby's family fortune), and suddenly dies by falling down a flight of stairs and onto a knife. With all the right elements of atmosphere, eerie stringed instrumentation as the score, and impeccable effects, the film was not well received. Stands unique in the werewolf pantheon, with a woman as the accursed, and no werewolf actually seen.
White titled wrappers, dated MARCH 25, 1946, production No. 1484, with credits for director Yarbrough, actors Don Porter and Lloyd Corrigan, and actresses June Lockhart, Sara Haden, and Jan Wiley. 83 leaves, mimeograph duplication.
Pages Very Good plus or better, with a few tiny chips, short creases and small closed tears at the extremities, and some offsetting to the wrappers, bound with two gold brads. Wrappers now encapsulated in mylar.
Weaver, Universal Horrors.