"And then there were none"

Films: The Beast Must Die (1974))

Alias: Jan Gilmore

Type: Mystical

Location: Haunted home/Forest

Height/Weight: That of an average wolf.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: The best way to figure out who's the supernatural creature is not to stone everyone in the village. Better to round up all the suspects and see what happens.

History: Tom Newcliffe has arranged several people to come to his mansion for one purpose: to see which one is the werewolf terrorizing the countryside. There's a full moon, wolfsbane, and silver everywhere, so it should be easy. Except it isn't.

Notable Kills: Nothing special.

Final Fate: After Tom's wife gets turned into a werewolf and is killed, the culprit is revealed to be Jan Gilmore the pianist. The werewolf is soon shot and killed, but not before biting Tom, who shoots himself in return.

Powers/Abilities: A werewolf bite, as well as touching a wound caused by one, infects another with the curse.

Weakness: Silver bullets.

Scariness Factor: 3.5-Altogether, the end result is just a normal grey wolf with a black coat. Still, it's hyper aggressive, and can infect others rather easily.

Trivia: -Jan was played by Michael Gambon, who would start as Albus Dumbledore in six out of eight Harry Potter movies.

-That stupid "Werewolf Break" the film advertises? Even the director didn't want that. It was one of the producer's ideas.

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A most...questonable gimmick.
Look at the actual werewolf. Now, look at this.
Judging by the rage, that's sound advice.