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Teen Wolf [1985]
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Director:Rod Daniel
Writer:Jeph Loeb
Matthew Weisman
Composer:Miles Goodman
Length:92 minutes
(1 hour 32 minutes)
MPAA Rating:PG
Suggested Event Use:Halloween
Sorting Category:Comedy
IMDB Rating:5.3/10
Rotten Tomatoes Rating:47%
Amazon Rating:4.0/5 stars
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  • Fantasy
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Synopsis: A teenager's life is confusing enough, but what if you found you were from a family of werewolves?


Reaction: A bit silly and even predictable, but this can be fun if you go into it with the right expectations.


Personal Rating: 6/10

Select Cast and Crew
Rod Daniel => Director
Jeph Loeb => Writer
Matthew Weisman => Writer
Miles Goodman => Composer
Gregory Itzin => English teacher
James Hampton => Harold Howard
Jay Tarses => Coach Bobby Finstock
Jerry Levine => Rupert 'Stiles' Stilinski
Jim McKrell => Vice Principal Rusty Thorne (as Jim MacKrell)
Lorie Griffin => Pamela Wells
Mark Arnold => Mick McAllister
Mark Holton => Chubby
Matt Adler => Lewis
Michael J. Fox => Scott Howard
Scott Paulin => Kirk Lolley
Susan Ursitti => Lisa 'Boof' Marconi

Random Trivia For This Title:

  • The character Stiles wears a number of colorful shirts in this movie. They appear in the following order: 1) Yellow shirt that says "Life sucks then you die", 2) Blue "Obnoxious: the movie", 3) Black "What are you looking at D[***]nose", 4) Gray "Drunken State Florida", 5) Pink - no text, 6) Gray - unreadable, 7) Black - unreadable, 8) Hawaiian shirt, 9) White - "Wolf Buddy" and finally a white Teen Wolf shirt. Of the nine shirts he wears, only one appears to have no text on it.
  • Scott Howard's (Michael J. Fox) house was located on the same block as 1955 George McFly's and 1955 Lorraine Baines's houses from Back to the Future. The House is actually the same house as Marty's mum's house used in 1955 BTTF.
  • Since this movie was released after Back to the Future in Brazil, Teen Wolf received the title Garoto do Futuro (Boy from the Future) there, even though the plot has nothing to do with time travel whatsoever.
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive end [?] Greg White officially changed his name to [?] Stylez G. White on December 15, 2008. The inspiration for the name change came from Jerry Levine's character, Styles, in Teen Wolf.
  • Teen Wolf, whose italian title is Voglia di Vincere, was released in Italy shortly after Back to the Future. Due to this, the name of Scott was changed to Marty, the same name as Michael J. Fox's character in BTTF.