A surprise addition to the master list! Thank God for online archives!
Placard by Tantz Aerine
UHC Entry 003 – The Bride of Mystery
The image of a poster, as part of a Universal advertisement for posters in general. The Moving Picture World, January 31, 1913. Vol 19.
The only actual image from the film that I could find–possibly the only remaining image from the film in existence. Pittsburgh Daily Post, February 8, 1914. Pg 12.
The Moving Picture World. January 31, 1913. Vol 19.
Pittsburgh Daily Post. February 8, 1914. Pg 12.
The Moving Picture World. February 7, 1914. Vol. 19. Pg 678.
The Indianapolis Star. February 15, 1914. Pg 15.
Women Film Pioneers Project: Profile – Grace Cunard, by Jennifer M. Bean
Senses of Cinema: Brother Feeney – Francis Ford, by Tag Gallagher
History’s first werewolf film appears with the Friday the 13th moon.
Placard by Tantz Aerine.
UHC Entry 002: The Werewolf (1913)
The only surviving image from the film.
The Universal Weekly, Vol. 3, No. 24. December 1913.
Moving Picture World, Vol. 18, No. 10. December 6, 1913.
The Arkansas Democrat, pg. 8. December 22, 1913.
The Huntington Herald, pg. 7. December 13, 1913.
The Burlington Free Press, pg. 14. December 27, 1913.
My Boody Obsession, a blog by Brad Middleton
Film Dirt, a blog by Kelly Robinson
The Classic Horror Film Board
Nitrateville – Thread on “The Werewolf”
So, quick note–the second entry in the Universal Horrors Challenge is ready to go, but I’m sitting on the post because Friday is the 13th, and I can’t pass up posting on that date. Stay tuned for that!