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Below are some of the images I had intended to include in the essay “Strange Botany in Werewolf of London.”

More frame enlargements from the film can be found in “Old Times in Werewolf of London.”

 

Werewolf of London—Figure 1

Werewolf of London
(Stuart Walker, 1935). Glendon and Yogami, who have just met, stand unusually close together.


Werewolf of London—Figure 2

Glendon and his wife, Lisa, share an awkward and stiff embrace.


Werewolf of London—Figure 3

The owl-like appearance of the character Hawkins…
 

Werewolf of London—Figure 4

… is reinforced by dialogue in the film.
 

Werewolf of London—Figure 5

The v-shaped scar on Glendon’s arm
 

Werewolf of London—Figure 6

The Madagascar Carnalia …
 

Werewolf of London—Figure 7

… eats a frog.
 

Werewolf of London—Figure 8

Frame enlargement of Mother Gin Sling (named Mother God Damn in John Colton’s play) from The Shanghai Gesture (Josef von Sternberg, 1941)
 

Werewolf of London—Figure 9

Head of Medusa at the Uffizi