Approved | | Horror
In 18th Century Spain, an adopted boy becomes a werewolf and terrorizes the inhabitants of his town.
Before being released, the B.B.F.C issued "Hammer Films" with an ultimatum. The film company could present their movie "Curse of the Werewolf" with scenes of either sex or violence but not both.
Cristina, do you love me? Will you marry me Cristina? You say you love me, will you marry me?
In Spain the Catholic innkeeper would have had a crucifix rather than a plain cross (and indeed his wife calls it a crucifix). The plain cross (without Jesus on it), such as was shown in the film, is used primarily by Protestants.
Original video releases blot out the Technicolor credit line with a black bar. The credit is visible on the DVD version.