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An American Werewolf in London

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with David Naughton, Jenny Agutter, Griffin Dunne, John Woodvine

When two American youths are attacked by a werewolf on an English moor one of them, Jack Goodman, is killed, but his friend, David Kessler, is saved, and wakes up in a London hospital. Beset by nightmares, David is told that they are all in his mind, but soon he is paid a visit by his dead friend, Jack, horribly mutilated and bearing bad news ...
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Contributors

Producer: George Folsey Jr.
Written and Directed by: John Landis
David: David Naughton
Alex Price: Jenny Agutter
Jack Goodman: Griffin Dunne
Dr J.S. Hirsch: John Woodvine
Chess player: Brian Glover
Barmaid: Lila Kaye
Darts player: David Schofield
Sgt McManus: Paul Kember
Mr Collins: Frank Oz
Insp Villiers: Don McKillop
Truck driver: Joe Belcher
Second chess player: Rik Mayall
Second darts player: Sean Baker
First werewolf: Paddy Ryan
Nurse Susan Gallagher: Anne-Marie Davies

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An American Werewolf in London

BBC One London, 31 August 1988 22.20






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