"No sheep to kill in this fable."

Films: The Boy Who Cried Werewolf (1973)

Alias: None

Type: Mystical

Location: Forest/Civilized area

Height/Weight: That of an average human.

Affiliation: Neutral

Summary: We all know the story. A boy keeps lying about a wolf, and no one cares by the time a real one shows up. But now the boy's not some bratty trickster, and the wolf...well, it's a bit more human and personally linked to the protagonist.

History: Robert Bridgestone was just trying to hang out with his son Richie. Then out of nowhere a werewolf shows up and bites him. Now he's among the hairy, and only poor ignored Richie knows. Not even Robert is aware of his condition, and Richie looks like a fool in front of everybody. That is, except for the victims of the beast.

Notable Kills: Nothing special.

Final Fate: Eventually the police try and gun Robert down as he rampages across a hippie cult, but his death comes at the hands of a broken cross he trips onto. However, Richie was bitten earlier, so the legacy can survive.

Powers/Abilities: Standard werewolf abilities.

Weakness: The sun, silver bullets, heart-shots, wolfsbane.

Scariness Factor: 3-Not the most unoriginal werewolf by any means, but I think we can do better. He looks more like an angry bearded collie most of the time.

Trivia: -Kerwin Matthews plays Robert, in his last theatrical role. If you ever wondered how Sinbad would look as a werewolf, here's your answer right here.

-The original werewolf in the film was played by Paul Baxley, a frequent stunt double of William Shatner.

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