The Werewolf of Washington (October 31, 1973)
Released on October 31, 1973: A reporter who gets a job in the White House is a werewolf on a killing spree, and the President's daughter is in love with him.
Directed by Milton Moses Ginsberg
Written by Milton Moses Ginsberg.
The Actors: Dean Stockwell (Jack Whittier), Katalin Kallay (Giselle), Henry Ferrentino (Beal), Despo Diamantidou (Gypsy woman), Thayer David (the Inspector), Nancy Andrews (Mrs. Margie Captree), Clifton James (the Attorney General), Biff McGuire (the President of the United States), Jack Waltzer (appointments secretary), Ben Yaffee (Mr. Captree), Jane House (Marion), Beeson Carroll (Commander Salmon), Jacqueline Brookes (Angela, publisher), Barbara Spiegel (hippie), Thurman Scott (hippie), Tom Scott (reporter), Dennis McMullen (astronaut), Lenka Peterson (Senator Joan), Randy Phillips (Federal Agent), James Tolkan (Dark Glasses), Michael Dunn (Doctor Kissinger), Stephen Cheng (Chinese Foreign Minister), John Garson (Gypsy Man), Richard Wexler (violinist), Mark Melendez (youngest son), Michael Sarossy (peasant), Ling-Ai Li (Washington hostess), Danna Hansen (supermarket shopper), Jim Campagna (ambulance attendant), Robert Patterson (ambulance attendant), Al Schneider (window cleaner), Richard Sorrentino (Police Sergeant), Robert Sheridan (Police Sergeant), Kenneth Moore (Police Sergeant), Rusty Blitz (waiter), Derek Steeley (diner), Anita Daniels (diner), Edmund Dantez (diner), Phil Denman (diner), Jane Marla Robbins (reporter), Jerry Roth (press aide), Glenn Kezer (military), Harry Stockwell (military), Norman Beim (military), Spencer Davis (military), Richard Marr (military), Terry Alexander (guard), John Henry Redwood (guard), Charles Regan (helicopter pilot), Joel Levitch (Marine), Jim Simpson (Super Bowl announcer), Kyle Rote (Super Bowl announcer), Jan Welt (newscaster).
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I want to make one thing perfectly clear. (where have I heard that before???) If you remember 1973 . . . and I know that some of you who lived then only have the foggiest memories of those psychedelic years . . . but if you do remember those years, you will love hearing the slang and seeing the hair styles and clothing styles of that time. I also want to emphatically confirm that I never, ever owned a pair of crushed red velvet bell-bottom pants . . . if memory serves . . . mine were a medium brown. But I can tell you with certainty that I never, ever purchased a plush velvet framed painting of Jesus from a roadside stand on Brookpark Road in Parma, Ohio and hung it on my apartment wall. It never happened . . . that is my story and I am sticking to it.
Ahhh . . . 1973 . . . . Richard Nixon was President, the military exercises in Viet Nam were winding down, and President Nixon became the first American President to visit Red China. Hippies were everywhere, and the conservative leaders believed that they were all trying to tear our country apart with their free thinking ideas and lifestyle. Hippies didn't like or trust the government, and the government didn't like or trust the hippies. Martial Law is what the country needed, to squash those rebellious kids. And in 1973 President Nixon was starting to feel the heat from the listening devices that were found planted in the offices of the Democratic party headquarters in the Watergate building. You need to know these things to completely understand some of the dialog that you will hear. Oh, and remember from your history class that in 1947 President Truman had a bowling alley built in the White House. It was moved a couple of times and then removed in 1955. But in 1969 President Nixon and the First Lady were avid bowlers, so a new bowling alley was built underneath the driveway leading to the North Portico. The real one had only one lane, and the one in this movie had two, but what the hey, every movie maker uses a bit of artistic license now and then.
Now that you know the atmosphere, just pop a nice big bowl of white kernel popcorn and drizzle plenty of warm melted butter on it and get ready for a blast from the past with a wild and crazy ending as the Werewolf of Washington gets a job next to the President and ladies around town start being devoured by a furry mysterious monster in a really nice suit who is in love with the President's young daughter.
Barbara Spiegel, trapped in a phone booth as the Werewolf of Washington attacks.
Biff McGuire and Dennis McMullen
Biff McGuire, as President in Werewolf of Washington
Biff McGuire talks to Dean Stockwell
Dean Stockwell is the Werewolf of Washington
Dean Stockwell, Ben Yaffee and Nancy Anderson
Dean Stockwell as the Werewolf stalks Jacqueline Brookes, his next victim.
Dean Stockwell and Jane House in Werewolf of Washington
The Werewolf of Washington meets Doctor Kiss
Dean Stockwell becomes the Werewolf of Washington
Jane House kisses the chained Dean Stockwell
Despo Diamnatidou, the Gypsy mother
Jane House in 1973
Jane House and Dean Stockwell
Jane House meets Dean Stockwell in the White House
Jane House shoots the Werewolf with a silver bullet
Jane House talks to Dean Stockwell
Nancy Andrews as the talkative wife
Randy Phillips with hippies Thurman Scott and Barbara Spiegel
The Werewolf is about to attack the President and the Chinese diplomat aboard the Presidential helicopter.