La Casa del Terror (lit. ’House of Terror’) is a Mexican Monster movie starring Lon Chaney Jr. and Mexican comedian Tin Tan. The film involves Casimiro (Tin-Tan), a night watchman in a Wax Museum, whose boss, Professor Sebastian (Yerye Beirute), has been secretly draining his blood to use in his experiments in raising the dead. A mummy (Lon Chaney Jr.) who is stolen from an Egyptian sarcophagus is revived to life, and becomes a werewolf when moonlight hits him.
The film was made in Mexico in 1959, which led to actor Lon Chaney Jr. traveling there to perform his role in the film. Segments of La Casa del Terror were years later combined with footage from a 1957 Mexican film, La Momia Azteca, to create a hybrid film called Face of the Screaming Werewolf by producer Jerry Warren.
Face of the Screaming Werewolf is a 1965 horror film created by low budget film maker Jerry Warren. The film was created by combining parts of two unrelated Mexican horror films, La Casa del Terror (1960), and La Momia Azteca (1957), with the addition of original footage shot by Warren. It was released in 1965 on a double-bill with another of Warren’s films, Curse of the Stone Hand.
Warren had earlier released his own re-edited version of La Momia Azteca in 1963, which he had retitled Attack of the Mayan Mummy. He removed large sections of the original foreign film and replaced them with newly-filmed footage featuring American actors. He later used extensive footage from this same Mexican mummy film to incorporate into his Face of the Screaming Werewolf. Ed Wood filmed a few scenes of Lon Chaney Jr. in a werewolf costume in Hollywood in 1964, which Jerry Warren incorporated into Face of the Screaming Werewolf!
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