|She-Wolf of London|
|Title:||She-Wolf of London|
|Running time:||60 min.|
|Production company:||Finnegan/Pinchuk Productions|
Universal Studios Home Entertainment
|Executive producers:||Tom McLoughlin; Bill Finnegan; Patricia Finnegan; Sheldon Pinchuk; Patrick Dromgoole; Paul Sarony|
|Producers:||David Roessell; Chuck Murray; Lee Goldberg; William Rabkin; Keith Webber|
|Principal cast:||Kate Hodge; Neil Dickson; Scott Fults|
|First aired:||October 9th, 1990|
|Last aired:||April 10th, 1991|
She-Wolf of London was an American syndicated television series that blended elements of horror, comedy and romance. It was loosely inspired by the 1946 She-Wolf of London feature film by Universal Pictures. It aired for one and one quarter seasons between 1990 and 1991 with a total of twenty episodes. For the shortened second season, the series was dramatically revamped and packaged under the title Love and Curses. This was due primarily to the relocation of the main setting from London, England to California. The program was produced by Bill and Patricia Finnegan, Sheldon Pinchuk, Patrick Dromgoole and Paul Sarony. It was released to DVD on February 2nd, 2010 by Universal Studios Home Entertainment. 
She-Wolf of London starred Kate Hodge as Randi Wallace, an American college student who travels to London, England to study under the tutelage of Professor Ian Matheson, played by Neil Dickson. After camping out on the Moors, Randi is bitten by a werewolf and infected with the curse of lycanthropy. She and Doctor Matheson engage in a series of adventures exploring cases of supernatural phenomena while also trying to find a cure to Randi's condition.
|1x1||Pilot||October 9th, 1990|
|1x2||The Bogman of Letchmoor Heath||October 16th, 1990|
|1x3||Moonlight Becomes You||October 23rd, 1990|
|1x4||The Juggler||October 30th, 1990|
|1x5||Nice Girls Don't||November 6th, 1990|
|1x6||Little Bookshop of Horrors||November 13th, 1990|
|1x7||Can't Keep a Dead Man Down (Part 1)||November 20th, 1990|
|1x8||Can't Keep a Dead Man Down (Part 2)||November 27th, 1990|
|1x9||The Wild Hunt||December 4th, 1990|
|1x10||What's Got Into Them?||January 12th, 1991|
|1x11||Big Top She-Wolf||January 19th, 1991|
|1x12||She-Devil||January 26th, 1991|
|1x13||Voodoo Child||February 2nd, 1991|
|1x14||Beyond the Beyond||February 9th, 1991|
|2x1||Curiosity Killed the Cravitz||March 6th, 1991|
|2x2||Habeas Corpses||March 13th, 1991|
|2x3||Bride of the Wolfman||March 20th, 1991|
|2x4||Heart Attack||March 27th, 1991|
|2x5||Mystical Pizza||April 3rd, 1991|
|2x6||Eclipse||April 10th, 1991|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- Ian's parents are credited as Mum and Dad Matheson in the pilot episode. Their first names, Henry and Elizabeth, are revealed in "The Bogman of Letchmoor Heath".
- The full moon is the first thing that is seen in this series.
- Leading actress Kate Hodge also played the role of Michelle in the 1990 horror film Leatherface: Texas Chainsaw Massacre III.
- Jean Challis and Arthur Cox, who played Ian's parents, Elizabeth and Henry Matheson were both born in 1934.
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