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Werewolf of Washington


From IMDb: 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 job as press assistant to the President. Then bodies start turning up in D.C

The Werewolf of Washington is a 1973 in film List of comedy horror films film written and directed by Milton Moses Ginsberg, produced by Nina Schulman and starring Dean Stockwell. It satirises several individuals in the Richard Nixon Presidency.

Plot summary

A reporter is bitten by a werewolf in Hungary and then becomes the press assistant to the president of the United States of America. When the reporter says he is a werewolf, no one believes him, and many think it is the work of maniacs or hippies.


Dean Stockwell ... Jack Whittier <br>
Katalin Kallay ... Giselle <br>
Henry Ferrentino ... Beal <br>
Despo Diamantidou ... Gypsy Woman <br>
Thayer David ... Inspector <br>
Nancy Andrews (actress) ... Mrs. Margie Captree <br>
Clifton James ... Attorney General <br>
Biff McGuire ... President <br>
Jack Waltzer ... Appointments Secretary <br>
Ben Yaffee ... Mr. Captree <br>
Jane House ... Marion <br>
Beeson Carroll ... Commander Salmon <br>
Michael Dunn (actor) ... Dr. Kiss


The film was originally released theatrically in the United States by Diplomat in 1973.
On VHS and DVD, the film has been released by various labels over the years with questionable legitimacy to the rights and subpar presentations.

The movie would gain cult status as it satirized politics, and appeared in small release
in the theaters while America reeled from the Watergate scandal. Other erences would include hippies, the stacking of the U.S. Supreme Court, Vice President Spiro Agnew,
and Vietnam.
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