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Werewolf in a Girls' Dormitory (November 9, 1961)

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Werewolf in a Girl's Dormitory
 

Released on November 9, 1961: (running time 1 hour and 23 minutes) After a new, mysterious teacher arrives at a girls' reformatory school, several murders seem to point to the new teacher.

Directed by Paolo Heusch

The Actors: Barbara Lass (Priscilla), Carl Schell (Dr. Julian Olcott), Curt Lowens (Director Swift), Maurice Marsac (Sir Alfred Whiteman), Michela Roc (Sandy), Mary McNeeran (Mary Smith), Grace Neame (Leonor MacDonald), Luciano Pigozzi (Walter Jeoffrey, school caretaker), Annie Steinert (Mrs. Sheena Whiteman), Joseph Mercier (Tommy the porter), Elizabeth Patrick (Miss Shultz, teacher), Anne-Marie Avis (school girl), Lucy Derleth (school girl), Herbert Diamonds (the Police Inspector), John Karlsen (old man), Martha Marker (school girl), Patricia Meeker (school girl)

 
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The Wolf-Man and the School Girls

Roman Polanski, born to a Jewish family in Poland, was a child survivor of a World War Two concentration camp. In 1968 Roman Polanski wrote the screenplay for, and directed, horror movie “Rosemary’s Baby.” Roman Polanski had married actress Sharon Tate at the beginning of 1968, and a year later, demented killer Charles Manson brutally murdered Sharon Tate in her home, while Roman Polanski was out of town. His marriage to Sharon Tate in 1968 was his second marriage.

Ten years earlier, in 1958, Barbara Kwiatkowsaka, a Polish teenager, entered and won a contest sponsored by a movie magazine that was searching for new faces for motion pictures. Her second appearance in a motion picture was in the 1958 short "Two Men and a Wardrobe," produced by Roman Polanski. On September 9, 1959, Roman Polanski married nineteen-year-old Polish actress Barbara Kwiatkowska, who acted under the screen name of Barbara Lass, the female lead in this horror-thriller. Barbara soon began appearing in movies outside of Poland, and changed her stage name to Barbara Lass. She was still married to Roman Polanski when she filmed this movie, but they divorced a year later. Barbara enjoyed the freedom of working in Europe and the U.S., and she often helped Radio Free Europe, sending uncensored news reports to Poland during the years that it was under Communist control.

In this horror thriller, Barbara Lass is Priscilla, a teenage girl who has been sentenced to serve time in a girl’s reform school. As our adventure opens, a handsome young professor has arrived at the school, and he has a deep-dark secret from his past that the school director has promised not to tell anyone about. That night, one of the girls sneaks out of her room and over the fence, wandering into the woods surrounding the school.

Fortunately, there is a bright full moon to guide the teenage girl on her way to her midnight tryst. Unfortunately, before she can return to the school, she is brutally murdered by a wolf-like beast. The girl’s best friend Priscilla, the leading lady of our adventure, will try to find out who or what kind of demonic beast killed her friend. She will find out who the wolf-man is, . . . Or Die Trying! Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Annie Steinert
Annie Steinert
Barbara Lass
Barbara Lass
Barbara Lass and Luciano Pigozzi
Barbara Lass and Luciano Pigozzi
Barbara Lass and Michela Roc
Barbara Lass and Michela Roc
Barbara Lass
Barbara Lass
Barbara Lass
Barbara Lass
Barbara Lass
Barbara Lass
Carl Schell
Carl Schell
Carl Schell and Barbara Lass
Carl Schell and Barbara Lass
Carl Schell and Barbara Lass
Carl Schell and Barbara Lass
Carl Schell and Barbara Lass
Carl Schell and Barbara Lass
Carl Schell
Carl Schell
Curt Lowens
Curt Lowens
Curt Lowens
Curt Lowens
Curt Lowens
Curt Lowens
Grace Neame
Grace Neame
Grace Neame and Barbara Lass
Grace Neame and Barbara Lass
Grace Neame and Curt Lowens
Grace Neame and Curt Lowens
Herbert Diamonds
Herbert Diamonds
Herbert Diamonds, Curt Lowens and Carl Schell
Herbert Diamonds, Curt Lowens and Carl Schell
Joseph Mercier
Joseph Mercier
Luciano Pigozzi
Luciano Pigozzi
Luciano Pigozzi and Carl Schell
Luciano Pigozzi and Carl Schell
Luciano Pigozzi
Luciano Pigozzi
Mary McNeeran and Carl Schell
Mary McNeeran and Carl Schell
Mary McNeeran and Luciano Pigozzi
Mary McNeeran and Luciano Pigozzi
Mary McNeeran
Mary McNeeran
Maurice Marsac
Maurice Marsac
Maurice Marsac and Luciano Pigozzi
Maurice Marsac and Luciano Pigozzi
Maurice Marsac and Mary McNeeran
Maurice Marsac and Mary McNeeran
Maurice Marsac
Maurice Marsac
Michela Roc and Carl Schell
Michela Roc and Carl Schell