|Casa del terror, La (1960)|
Also Called: House of Terror
An evil, insane professor attempts to bring the mummified remains of a werewolf back to life. For some reason.
|Curse of the Werewolf, The (1961)|
Also Called: The Curse of Siniestro, The Wolfman
A tragic young man growing up in Spain becomes inflicted with the terrible curse of lycanthropy.
|House On Bare Mountain (1962)|
Also Called: Night On Bare Mountain
A softcore porn movie in which the Wolf Man, Dracula and Frankenstein's monster enter some kind of crazy nudist girl's school.
Also Called: Werewolf in a Girls' Dormitory, I Married a Werewolf, Monster Among the Girls, The Ghoul in School, Ghoul in a Girl's Dormitory
A girl's school falls victim to wolf attacks ... but who is the werewolf?
|Frankenstein, el vampiro y compania (1962)|
Also Called: Frankenstein, the Vampire and Co.
A Mexican horror comedy in which two screwballs encounter a whole host of monsters including a werewolf.
|Beauty and the Beast (1962)|
This particular version of the classic tale is noteable due to Wolf Man-like makeup created by Hollywood legend Jack Pierce.
|Santo contras las mujeres vampiro, El (1962)|
Also Called: Santo/The Saint/Samson vs. the Vampire Women, El Santo Contra Las Vampiras, Superman contre les femmes vampires
A professor recruits a wrestler to save his daughter from evil vampires.
|Ye ban ren lang (1963)|
Also Called: Midnight Werewolf
An obscure Hong Kong werewolf movie from director Wang Feng, filmed in Cantonese.
|Santo en el museo de cera (1963)|
Also Called: Santo/Samson in the Wax Museum
Santo investigates some mysterious kidnappings and ends up facing many supernatural foes, including a wolf man.
|Devil Wolf Of Shadow Mountain (1964)|
A western in which a cowboy makes the mistake of drinking from the pawprint of a wolf he has just killed, and becomes infected with lycanthropy.
|Face Of The Screaming Werewolf (1964)|
Jerry Warren combines two Mexican horror movies to create a story about two mummies, one of whom is the Wolf Man, terrorising a city.
|Ursus, il terrore dei kirghisi (1964)|
Also Called: Hercules Prisoner of Evil, Ursus Terror of the Kirghiz
In one of Reg Park's epic Italian movies, Ursus battles an evil werewolf-like monster who is terrorising the land.
|Loba, La (1965)|
Also Called: Los Horrores del bosque negro, The She-Wolf
A rich Mexican girl is cursed with lycanthropy, and so by night she becomes a murderous wolf.
|Dr Terror's House of Horrors (1965)|
Also Called: The Blood Suckers
A classic compilation of five short horror stories, one of which involves an avenging werewolf.
|Orgy of the Dead (1965)|
Also Called: Orgy of the Vampires, A.C. Stephens' Orgy of the Dead
This softcore porn movie, written by Edward D Wood Jr., features many creatures taking part in the dance of the dead, including a Wolf Man.
|Charro de las Calaveras, El (1965)|
Also Called: Rider of the Skulls
A cowboy battles against evil forces in this Mexican horror movie, featuring creatures such as witches, zombies and a werewolf.
|Demonio azul (1965)|
Also Called: Blue Demon
The very first movie to feature the Mexican wrestler Blue Demon, as he takes on many evil opponents, such as a wolf man.
|Dr Terror's Gallery of Horrors (1966)|
Also Called: Alien Massacre, Blood Suckers, Gallery of Horrors, The Witch's Clock
A low-budget sequel to "Dr Terror's House of Horrors", with one story about a vampire fighting a werewolf.
|Munster, Go Home (1966)|
The Munsters inherit a mansion in England, but find that they have to deal with jealous relatives.
|Mad Monster Party? (1967)|
Dr Frankenstein gathers all of his montruous creations together to elect a successor in this animated family comedy.
|Noches del Hombre Lobo, Las (1968)|
Also Called: Nights of the Wolf Man, Nights of the Werewolf
This werewolf movie from Paul Naschy was unfortunately unfinished and never released, due to the death of it's director Rene Govar.
|Marca del Hombre-lobo, La (1968)|
Also Called: The Mark of the Wolfman, The Werewolf's Mark, The Vampire Of Dr Dracula, Frankenstein's Bloody Terror
Paul Naschy in the very first Waldemar Daninsky film.
|Santo y Blue Demon contra los monstruos (1969)|
Also Called: Santo el enmascarado de plata y Blue Demon contra los Monstruos
Yet again Santo the wrestler must face off against mad scientists and their monstrous creation, with the help of his Blue Demon comrade.
|Maltese Bippy, The (1969)|
A comedy in which a man unwittingly purchases a new house which is infested with werewolves.
|Blood of Dracula's Castle (1969)|
Also Called: Dracula's Castle, Castle of Dracula
A murderous werewolf and a young couple arrive at the castle of Count Dracula and his wife.