Tomb of the Werewolf
|Tomb of the Werewolf|
|Directed by||Fred Olen Ray|
|Produced by||Kimberly A. Ray|
|Written by||Sherman Scott|
|Edited by||Dean McKendrick|
|Running time||82 min|
Tomb of the Werewolf is the twelfth and last in a long series about the werewolf Count Waldemar Daninsky, played by Paul Naschy. The film contains a number of adult sex scenes bordering on softcore porn.
Richard Daninsky, the descendant of Waldemar Daninsky, inherits a castle that may have hidden treasure and takes a reality show TV crew along to document his search. Vampire Elizabeth Bathory gets Richard Daninsky to remove a silver dagger from the body of his ancestor Waldemar Daninsky (who was residing in a crypt beneath the castle for many decades), causing Waldemar to revive and go on a rampage as a werewolf.
Actor Paul Naschy was brought from Spain to Hollywood to appear in this film, as well as in another horror film shot back-to-back, Countess Dracula's Orgy of Blood. While in the States, Naschy visited the famous "Ackermansion" museum of Forry Ackerman, editor of the legendary Famous Monsters of Filmland magazine.
Cameraman Gary Graver used to work for horror filmmaker Al Adamson back in the early 1970s.
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