The Werewolf of Washington
After being unknowingly inflicted with the bite of a werewolf while on a visit to Europe, White House press secretary Jack Whittier (Dean Stockwell) begins to turn into a deadly beast by night, terrorizing Washington D.C. and presenting a very deadly threat to the President.
- Stars:Dean Stockwell, Katalin Kallay, Henry Ferrentino, Despo Diamantidou, Thayer David, Nancy Andrews, Clifton James, Biff McGuire, Jack Waltzer, Ben Yaffee, Jane House, Beeson Carroll, Jacqueline Brookes, Barbara Spiegel, Thurman Scott,
- Director:Milton Moses Ginsberg,
- Writer:Milton Moses Ginsberg
A reporter who has had an affair with the daughter of the U.S. President is sent to Hungary. There he is bitten by a werewolf, and then gets transferred back to Washington, where he gets a ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(jp) wrote: yet another sports movie strikes out for me. it is a very good story unfortunately the movie still follows every cliche in the book that every sports movie before it followed as well
(kr) wrote: I have seen Cat 5 and 6, need to see this
(de) wrote: lovely film, very well acted, Judi Dench was simply fabulous as Queen Victoria & surprisingly Billy Connolly was very good as Mr Brown
(ag) wrote: Wow ! Now that's what i am talking about.
(ag) wrote: Enjoying this classic bahaha
(nl) wrote: Good news: it's a good movie! College student Peter Lawford is the most popular guy on campus, and is the star football player too. But, he's so focused on girls and his sport, he has little time to pass his classes. Then he gets student librarian June Allyson to tutor him, and (of course) they fall in love. But gold digging Patricia Marshall gets jealous and takes him away for his money. Will June get Peter back? OK, maybe "Good News" isn't "Singin' in the Rain" (is there anything in comparison?), but it's definitely a good example of one of those perfect feel-good movies. During the war, bubbly Technicolor musicals were the popular ones, cheering up audiences. I will say I have noticed that after the war, some of them got a little duller, but with this one, it proves it's not so true! When you get a college theme, it's what you expect: fresh, unknown faces that make this movie more fun, not being too worried about anyone popular doing a good or bad job. Lawford might be a weird cast for being British, but when you get Allyson in a very good performance (for a musical), she saves the day and keeps this movie from getting ruined. Unknown Joan McCracken really impressed me with this one, which was actually her only movie. She is a great dancer, a good singer, and an OK actress, a triple threat and really could have been an earlier Debbie Reynolds had she stayed in Hollywood. She leads all of the show-stopping dancer numbers, and makes them more full of life (OK, maybe thats an exaggeration). "Good News" is a good MGM musical with forgettable songs, but excellent dancing. This one isn't too great, so I would say this one is only for the die-hard musical fans, so I would start with "Best Foot Forward" (another Allyson flick) first, then this one.
(nl) wrote: My first time in this series and boy is it bloody fun. Yes, it's a bit cliched, but perhaps this started a lot of the cliches. The cinematography is outstanding and, with limited dialogue, the leads are very compelling.
(fr) wrote: i think that it looks funny
(mx) wrote: 8 mile gets lower user ratings than this pierce of shit?
(br) wrote: A good movie with plenty of laughs.....and frat jokes