Good news for fans of cult horror television, the Frank Lupo created Werewolf is finally getting a home video release. Originally broadcast in 1987, this one season show has developed a following because of its wonderfully written storyline. Its mystique enhanced by the fact that it has never been released on home video.
Werewolf is about the adventures of Eric Cord played by John York. Cord is a college student who been transformed into a werewolf. Now to rid himself of the curse he must find and kill the originator of his werewolf bloodline.
This is not the first time a release of Werewolf was planned in 2009. Shout! Factory attempted to release the show years ago. With their fine record of quality releases of niche entertainment, everyone was very excited. Especially because they planned to include several special features.
Then they hit a snag. Music rights. The release was canceled because they couldn’t work out the rights to three songs.
Now over a decade later, the French company, Elephants film announced that they will release Werewolf, in a full six DVDs box, on October 26, 2020. The suggested retail price will be $39.99 and pre-orders will start on their site this month.
While the set will include a 52-page booklet, no details about what extras might lurk on these DVDs or even where they will be sold or shipped has been posted.
Elephant Films has a good reputation, so I imagine we might see something extra added to the set. Still, just having a decent copy of the original show is going to be a big deal, since what has existed up until now had been bootleg quality at best and potato quality at worst.
Over the years, I have attempted to find better copies of the show, but each time I have been terribly disappointed. Starting with VHS tapes I bought at a flea market to sets of DVDs I bought on eBay, the quality hardly improved.
This is a BIG deal and I can’t wait to get my hands on what will be the finest version of Werewolf ever to grace a screen. I will post updates for pre-orders here as soon as they are available. In the meantime, drop by Elephant Films Facebook page and enjoy this teaser trailer with the amazing box art reveal.
Update 12/21 – The DVD set has migrated over to Amazon.
80’s Series WEREWOLF 6 DVD Set Coming This October
Elephant Films will finally (legally) unleash writer-creator Frank Lupo’s FOX series Werewolf in a 6 DVD set on October 26th.
The set includes a 52-page book and will be available for pre-order in August. In the meantime, Elephant Films has a trailer. Check it out below.
The show follows the adventures of Eric Cord (John J. York), a college student transformed into a werewolf who undergoes a quest to rid himself of his curse by killing the apparent originator of his ‘bloodline,’ a drifter named Janos Skorzeny (played by Chuck Connors in his last television role). While pursuing Skorzeny, Cord himself is pursued by the persistent bounty hunter “Alamo” Joe Rogan (Lance LeGault).
Werewolf was one of Fox’s first original shows. It aired a two-hour pilot and 28 half-hour episodes before being canceled in 1988.
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WEREWOLF The Complete TV series 29 episodes on 4 DVD's
Premiering in July of 1987 with a 90-minute pilot movie, this imaginative series told the story of college student Eric Cord (John J. York) and his efforts to end the werewolf's curse that now haunts him by killing the source of the bloodline, Janos Skorzeny (Chuck Connors). Eric is constantly on the run while being pursued by the bounty hunter Alamo Joe Rogan (Lance LeGault), who knows that Eric is a werewolf. This series also featured fantastic gory effects and a werewolf costume designed by the legendary Rick Baker, who also did the same for An American Werewolf in London. But the werewolves in this half-hour episodic series were large bipedal creatures with long arms that could be used for running on all fours as well as two. This show also strayed from accepted lore by having Eric's transformations occur mostly at random, with the only forewarning coming in the form of a pentagram scar on his hand that would start to bleed. While this series offers a healthy dose of 80s fashion and music, the timeless quality of of the scripts keep it from looking too dated. Fortunately, veteran actors Chuck Connors (in one of his final screen roles) and Lance LeGault brought much needed credibility to a series that featured a revolving cast of relatively unknown actors. Here is the complete list of episodes; 1. WEREWOLF MOVIE- Eric sets out to kill the head werewolf, Skorzeny, while being pursued by Alamo Joe Rogan. 2. NIGHTWATCH- Eric, in possession of a gun and custom made silver bullets, lies in wait aboard Skorzeny's boat. 3. THE BOY WHO CRIED WEREWOLF- A young boy, whose mother has an abusive boyfriend, aids a wounded Eric. 4. THE BLACK SHIP- Eric is double-crossed by a slick talking man who now holds him as bait for Skorzeny. 5. SPECTRE OF THE WOLF- Eric solicits the aid of a werewolf expert by trying to convince him that he really is one. 6. THE WOLF WHO THOUGHT HE WAS A MAN- Eric's job at a hunting lodge gets him into the middle of a deadly feud. 7. NOTHING EVIL IN THESE WOODS- A witch trying to help Eric is hounded by a man blaming her for his son's death. 8. RUNNING WITH THE PACK- Eric's quiet caf? job is threatened by the arrival of Alamo Joe and a rowdy biker gang. 9. FRIENDLY HAVEN- Eric seeks shelter in a mysterious old lady's house after being hurt in a fight with Skorzeny. 10. LET US PREY- Eric stays at a monastery where he believes Skorzeny is responsible for several bizarre killings. 11. A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE (1)- A confrontation leaves Alamo Joe in the hospital and Eric apparently dead. 12. A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE (2)- Joe fears he may now be a werewolf while the police question him about Eric. 13. THE UNICORN- Eric befriends a young woman whose fellow prostitutes appear to have been slain by Skorzeny. 14. ALL HALLOW'S EVE- On Halloween, Eric meets a disfigured man who hides himself in an allegedly haunted house. 15. BLOOD ON THE TRACKS- A former boxer who was once Eric's boyhood idol is now wanted by the mob. 16. NIGHTMARE AT THE BRAINE HOTEL- Eric goes to a run down hotel with unusual happenings and residents. 17. WOLFHUNT- A rancher comes after Eric when he befriends a she-wolf who earlier had attacked the rancher. 18. BLOOD TIES- Members of a wealthy quarreling family try to incriminate Eric for the murder of a relative. 19. BIG DADDY- Eric is kidnapped by a dying politician who wants immortality by becoming a werewolf. 20. EYE OF THE STORM- Eric is stranded by a storm in a house with six people who are being murdered individually. 21. NIGHTMARE IN BLUE- Alamo Joe is Eric's only hope of stopping a cold blooded murderer disguised as a cop. 22. SKINWALKER- A Shaman might lift Eric's curse but several mysterious deaths threaten to prevent that. 23. KING OF THE ROAD- Skorzeny might be preying on a band of homeless people who Eric meets aboard a train. 24. A MATERIAL GIRL- Eric discovers that a werewolf is killing teenage runaways living in an abandoned building. 25. TO DREAM OF WEREWOLVES (1)- Eric discovers that Skorzeny is not the true source of the bloodline. 26. TO DREAM OF WEREWOLVES (2)- Eric learns that the mysterious Nicholas Remy must die to lift the curse. 27. BLIND LUCK- Eric comes to the aid of a blind woman when he learns that her fianc? has sinister motives. 28. GRAY WOLF- Eric teams up with a homeless man who is also a werewolf in an effort to lift both of their curses. 29. AMAZING GRACE- Eric feels liable for an old lady who is institutionalized after witnessing Eric's transformation. Shipping overseas is $10.00
Werewolf is an American horror series, and one of the original shows in the Fox network's broadcast line-up during its inaugural season of 1987–1988.
The show follows the adventures of Eric Cord, a college student transformed into a werewolf who undergoes a quest to rid himself of his curse by killing the apparent originator of his 'bloodline,' a drifter named Janos Skorzeny. While pursuing Skorzeny, Cord himself is pursued by the persistent bounty hunter "Alamo" Joe Rogan. However, Cord then begins to hunt down Nicholas Remy, the real originator of the bloodline.
The show aired a two-hour pilot and 28 half-hour episodes before being cancelled in 1988. In the United Kingdom the series aired on Sky One c. 1989-1990.
Original Name: Werewolf
Number of Seasons: 1
Number of Episodes: 32
Vote Count: 1
Network(s):Fox Broadcasting Company
First Air Date: July 11, 1987
Last Air Date: May 22, 1988
Episode Runtime: 30,24 mins
Created by: Frank Lupo
Spoken Language(s): English, French
Origin Countries: United States of America
- Season 1 — 32 Episodes — Air Date: July 11, 1987
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Werewolf (TV series)
For other uses, see Werewolf (disambiguation).
Werewolf is an American horrorseries, and one of the original shows in the Fox network's broadcast line-up during its inaugural season of 1987–1988.
The show follows the adventures of Eric Cord (John J. York), a college student transformed into a werewolf who undergoes a quest to rid himself of his curse by killing the apparent originator of his 'bloodline,' a drifter named Janos Skorzeny (the character's name is a reference to the name of the vampire in the classic TV film The Night Stalker) played by Chuck Connors (in his last television role). While pursuing Skorzeny, Cord himself is pursued by the persistent bounty hunter "Alamo" Joe Rogan (Lance LeGault). Later, Cord hunts Nicholas Remy (Brian Thompson), the real originator of the bloodline.
The show aired a two-hour pilot and 28 half-hour episodes before being cancelled in 1988. In the United Kingdom the series aired on Sky One from 1989-1990.
Eric Cord is a college student whose average life comes to an end on the night that his roommate Ted hands him a gun loaded with silver bullets. Ted is a werewolf who has been killing people, and tells Eric to kill him, seeing this as his only way out. A red pentagram on Ted's right palm is the sign that the metamorphosis is coming. Confronted with Eric's disbelief, Ted decides to prove his situation, and asks Eric to tie him up in a chair and wait until midnight, at which time he'd either see for himself or call in professional help. When midnight comes, Ted transforms into a werewolf, forcing his friend to shoot and kill him - but not before he manages to bite Eric. Before long, Eric discovers a pentagram on his own palm, and soon after undergoes his own transformation into a seven-foot-tall werewolf. Now on the run for his friend's murder, Eric Cord spends the remainder of the series on a quest to find and kill the originator of his bloodline, the mysterious Janos Skorzeny, which will break the curse.
The series was similar in tone and formula to shows like The Fugitive and The Incredible Hulk, but achieved a contemporary feel by mixing a decidedly rock soundtrack with suspense-themed music. Eric wandered from place to place, hitchhiking, taking odd jobs and befriending various characters whose paths he crossed along the way, before invariably being transformed by his werewolf curse just in time to save his new friends from the clutches of some evildoer. Though Eric appeared to have no control over his actions while in werewolf form and typically retained no memory of them afterward, he seemed to prey almost exclusively on villainous characters, never attacking or killing an innocent person. There were hints as the series progressed, however, that this self-control was slowly eroding, as indeed Ted had warned him it would, threatening to destroy Eric's conscience/will if he could not end the curse soon.
Near the end of the series' run it was revealed that the originator of Eric Cord's bloodline was not, in fact, the evil Janos Skorzeny, but rather an even more powerful and malevolent werewolf named Nicholas Remy (played by Brian Thompson). The series ended before Eric could be rid of his curse.
The special effects techniques used in production were considered first-rate and impressive for the time, specifically the transformation sequences, in which, for example, the pentagram-shaped scar on Eric's right hand would rise, thicken and grow three-dimensionally, and begin to bleed.
Replacement of Skorzeny
According to script editor Allan Cole, after the series had started production, Chuck Connors wanted to renegotiate his contract for more money. Various episodes written to feature Skorzeny were shot without Connors—using only scenes with Skorzeny in his werewolf form, plus a human body double with no dialogue. Series creator Frank Lupo asked Cole and Chris Bunch to kill off Skorzeny in "To Dream of Wolves". Connors agreed to return for his finale, according to Cole. The script was originally written as a three-parter with Connors in the first two parts, but two days before shooting Cole and Bunch were informed that Connors would not take part. The first two episodes were collapsed into one, all of Skorzeny's new dialogue was cut (aside from flashback scenes of young Skorzeny played by a different actor), and Skorzeny's part was rewritten to show him cravenly (and silently) kneeling before Remy. In the final fight between Eric and Skorzeny, Eric now scarred his foe with acid and then electrocuted him—allowing Connors' human-form body double to play the death scene in disfiguring makeup.
Parts of the series were shot in Salt Lake City, Utah.
It was co produced by John Ashley.
The werewolves in the show were immune to the effects of aging or disease, with the exception of Skorzeny himself. Although Skorzeny was apparently a young man as shown in a flashback scene when he was bitten by Nicolas Remy in the 19th century, he appeared to be in his mid sixties in 1987. Nicolas Remy explained to Eric Cord that Skorzeny was slowly dying from a "sickness brought about by his own evil", that was decaying him from within. Nicolas Remy himself was over two thousand years old, yet appeared to be a man in his late 30s with the exception of a streak of gray hair near his right temple.
The werewolves in the series were apparently vulnerable to harm in their human forms from ordinary weapons but with no permanent effects. In an episode titled "A World of Difference", Eric is shot dead in human form (he was just beginning to undergo the metamorphosis), only to resurrect in the morgue by transforming into his werewolf form at sunset. In another episode titled "Nightmare at the Braine Hotel", Eric meets a werewolf named Servan, who tells him a story in which he had been executed by hanging in his human form. He seemed greatly amused by the memory of the looks on his executioners' faces as he leapt off the undertaker's table when he transformed at sunset and rose from death. Another werewolf character, a hobo named Hank who was featured in the episode "King of the Road", dies in his human form from having his throat cut, only to resurrect in his werewolf form as soon as night falls. This ability is reminiscent of the "Eddie Quist" character in "The Howling", who is shot dead by police during the beginning of his transformation at the adult movie theater, only to come to life later by transforming in the morgue.
The werewolves themselves transformed into large, almost bearlike bipedal wolves with long simian arms that allowed them to run on all fours as well as two. All the werewolves transformed by sprouting fangs, claws and fur, except for Skorzeny, who peeled back the skin of his face to reveal the werewolf form within. In their human forms they had no traditionally distinguishing marks, such as eyebrows meeting over the bridge of their nose, or hair on the palms of their hands. It was also never explored as to whether or not werewolves could reproduce sexually in their human bodies.
Although the werewolves did completely recover from wounds made by non-silver weapons, the series never explored whether or not werewolves could regenerate missing limbs. Skorzeny, who wore an eye patch over his left eye, did seem to regenerate his missing eye when he transformed into his werewolf form. But when he returned to his human form, he once again wore the eye patch. It was explained that Remy is the one who cut out his eye in the episode "to dream of wolves."
Werewolves in this series did not transform during the full moon; The pentagram on their palm was the only signal that the metamorphosis was approaching. In the pilot, Eric Cord's roommate Ted stated that its appearance was very random, and that he had not discerned any pattern to when or how often the metamorphosis would occur. Older werewolves like Skorzeny and Remy had the ability to induce the metamorphosis without the appearance of the pentagram, unlike Eric, who seemed to be at the mercy of the curse's cycle. In the episode "To Dream of Wolves", Remy also showed an ability to shapeshift single body parts at will, as shown when he shapeshifted his right arm into its werewolf shape to kill Dianne for disobeying his order to kill Eric. Remy also seemed to have a form of psychic control over those of his bloodline: In "To Dream of Wolves", he toys with Eric by telepathically forcing him to press a silver dagger to his own throat, drawing blood.
Shapeshifting into a werewolf
While the bite of a werewolf was the standard way to pass the curse to another person, blood transfusion appeared to be effective in the episode titled "Big Daddy". No mystical talismans, salves or hexes seemed to have any place in the series. It was also never suggested that the curse was hereditary.
The werewolves had only three known weaknesses mentioned in the series: Any weapon made from silver, being killed by another werewolf or suicide.
Eric is told of other bloodlines by Gray Wolf in the episode of the same name. It is unknown if it is a complete list or just the bloodlines that he knew of.
- Nicholas Remy
- Janos Skorzeny
|Nº||Title||Directed by:||Written by:||Original air date|
|1||"Werewolf"||David Hemmings||Frank Lupo||July 11, 1987 (1987-07-11)|
|Pilot: Eric is attacked by his best friend (Raphael Sbarge), who is a werewolf. Now afflicted with the curse, Eric must track down the originator of his bloodline in order to rid himself of his new alter ego, while also avoiding the bounty hunter who's been sent after him.|
|2||"Nightwatch"||David Hemmings||Frank Lupo||July 18, 1987 (1987-07-18)|
|After trailing Skorzeny to a shipyard, Eric is set upon by a pair of seamen looking to collect the bounty on his head. Guest stars: Denny Miller, Henry Beckman, Grand L. Bush.|
|3||"The Boy Who Cried Werewolf"||Larry Shaw||Mark Jones||July 25, 1987 (1987-07-25)|
|Injured by Rogan, Eric seeks shelter in a young boy's treehouse, and soon runs afoul of his mother's abusive boyfriend. Guest stars: Cyril O'Reilly, Anne Wyndham, Danny Cooksey.|
|4||"The Black Ship"||James Darren||Chris Bunch,|
|August 1, 1987 (1987-08-01)|
|Eric is captured by an old friend of Skorzeny's and must find a way to escape before Skorzeny comes for him. Guest star: Stefan Gierasch.|
|5||"Spectre of the Wolf"||Lyndon Chubbuck||Craig Tepper||August 8, 1987 (1987-08-08)|
|Eric consults Dr. DeGoethels (Byrne Piven), a well-known author and professor of werewolf lore, for help in finding a cure.|
|6||"The Wolf Who Thought He Was a Man"||David Hemmings||Chris Bunch,|
|August 15, 1987 (1987-08-15)|
|While on the road, Eric meets up with a hunter who takes the phrase "hunt like a wolf" a little too far.|
|7||"Nothing Evil in These Woods"||David Hemmings||Sidney Ellis||August 29, 1987 (1987-08-29)|
|Lost in the woods, Eric happens upon a local witch who claims she has the power to rid him of his curse.|
|8||"Running with the Pack"||Guy Magar||Craig Tepper||September 5, 1987 (1987-09-05)|
|Working at a small diner to make ends meet, Eric gets more than he bargained for when a cutthroat motorcycle gang rides into town.|
|9||"Friendly Haven"||David Hemmings||Tom Blomquist||September 26, 1987 (1987-09-26)|
|Eric takes refuge at the home of an old woman while being chased by Skorzeny.|
|10||"Let Us Prey"||James Darren||Chris Bunch,|
|October 3, 1987 (1987-10-03)|
|Chasing reports of a wild cougar, Eric takes refuge at a monastery where he soon learns that some of the staff prey in a different way at night.|
|11||"A World of Difference: Part 1"||James Darren||Craig Tepper||October 10, 1987 (1987-10-10)|
|Rogan finds Eric locked up in a small town, but when his captive changes into a werewolf and escapes, the bounty hunter finds he's no match for the hunting skills of the wolf.|
|12||"A World of Difference: Part 2"||James Darren||Craig Tepper||October 17, 1987 (1987-10-17)|
|In the hospital recovering from a werewolf attack, Rogan reflects on how to deal with his dilemma. Things get sidetracked in a hurry when he learns that Eric isn't dead after all.|
|13||"The Unicorn"||Lyndon Chubbuck||Mark Jones||October 25, 1987 (1987-10-25)|
|Eric gets kidnapped by a pimp when he saves one of his charges from a brutal beating. Meanwhile, Rogan is hot on Eric's trail, not realizing he's actually closer to finding Skorzeny.|
|14||"All Hallow's Eve"||Larry Shaw||Craig Tepper||October 31, 1987 (1987-10-31)|
|Eric holes up in an abandoned house on Halloween night in order to lock himself up before the change, not realizing that the house isn't actually abandoned.|
|15||"Blood on the Tracks"||Rob Bowman||Christian Darren||November 1, 1987 (1987-11-01)|
|Eric gets a job working the railroads and runs into one of his childhood heroes, a former heavyweight champion with some demons of his own.|
|16||"Nightmare at the Braine Hotel"||David Hemmings||Craig Tepper||November 8, 1987 (1987-11-08)|
|Eric crosses paths with a slasher and a sinister hotel manager. But is it real, or only a dream?|
|17||"Wolfhunt"||Bob Bralver||Chris Bunch,|
|November 15, 1987 (1987-11-15)|
|Eric and a wolf form a bond of friendship out in the wild, but a rancher is out to hunt them both down with silver bullets thanks to a visit from Rogan.|
|18||"Blood Ties"||David Hemmings||Christian Darren||November 22, 1987 (1987-11-22)|
|Working as a groundskeeper at a high class residence, Eric must clear his name when he is framed for murder.|
|19||"Big Daddy"||Larry Shaw||Chris Bunch,|
|November 29, 1987 (1987-11-29)|
|Forcefully taken by a state trooper to Big Daddy Frasier's home, Eric learns that Big Daddy has an idea of what Eric can do to help cure his cancer.|
|20||"Eye of the Storm"||Sidney Hayers||Tom Blomquist||December 6, 1987 (1987-12-06)|
|Eric finds himself in the middle of a murder mystery at the Simms Lodge. He convinces the other lodgers to work together in order to find the culprit, but his plans change when he is about to.|
|21||"Nightmare in Blue"||David Hemmings||Chris Bunch,|
|January 17, 1988 (1988-01-17)|
|The long arm of the law finds Eric when he is at his most vulnerable. To make matters worse, Rogan's reach is even closer.|
|22||"Skinwalker"||Rob Bowman||Christian Darren||January 24, 1988 (1988-01-24)|
|Eric learns that the Native American legend of the Skinwalker is true, and that it's up to him to stop the bloodshed.|
|23||"King of the Road"||Richard A. Colla||Chris Bunch,|
|February 17, 1988 (1988-02-17)|
|Hopping a train, Eric runs afoul of a group of homeless travelers trying to escape a "ripper" who's been preying on vagrants in their small hometown.|
|24||"A Material Girl"||James Darren||Chris Bunch,|
|February 14, 1988 (1988-02-14)|
|Eric chases Skorzeny into a mall after business hours. He meets a girl who lives there and learns he wasn't chasing Skorzeny all along.|
|25||"To Dream of Wolves: Part 1"||James Darren||Chris Bunch,|
|February 21, 1988 (1988-02-21)|
|Eric finally tracks down Skorzeny, but learns that contrary to what he was told, his old nemesis is NOT the originator of their bloodline.|
|26||"To Dream of Wolves: Part 2"||James Darren||Chris Bunch,|
|February 28, 1988 (1988-02-28)|
|Eric breaks into the home of Nicolas Remy and learns that Remy is the one he must destroy in order to rid himself of his curse.|
|27||"Blind Luck"||Jon Paré||Dennis Foley||March 6, 1988 (1988-03-06)|
|Working at a carnival, Eric runs afoul of a group of schemers who are taking advantage of blind women.|
|28||"Gray Wolf"||James Darren||Norman Spinrad||March 13, 1988 (1988-03-13)|
|While being chased by Rogan, Eric meets an old werewolf from another bloodline. Together they can defeat Remy, but only if Eric can keep the man on his side.|
|29||"Amazing Grace"||Richard A. Colla||Chris Bunch,|
|May 22, 1988 (1988-05-22)|
|Eric saves an old lady who loves to tell stories from two thugs. Soon she is placed in a mental institution and Eric tries to break her out.|
In other media
In July 1988, Blackthorne Publishing released a five-issue comic book series based on the show.
From 2007 to 2009, Chiller aired reruns of Werewolf. Chiller premiered the series with a marathon on June 6, 2007.
The two-hour pilot was released in the UK in PALVHS format by Entertainment in Video.
Werewolf: The Complete Series was to be released on DVD by Shout! Factory by October 6, 2009, but was later pushed back two weeks to October 20, 2009 to include special features. The release was eventually cancelled because of a music license issue concerning 3 songs.
Werewolf: The Complete Series was released in France by Elephant Films on October 26, 2020.
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