The Black Cat (1966)

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The Black Cat (1966, USA) is a Horror film directed by Harold Hoffman

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Main Details

  • Released in 1966
  • Color
  • Running Time: 73 Min
  • Production Co: Falcon International Corp/Hemisphere Pictures
  • Distribution Co: Hemisphere Pictures (1966) (USA) (theatrical)/Saxon Films (1969) (UK) (theatrical)
  • Directed by Harold Hoffman
  • Written by Harold Hoffman, Edgar Allan Poe
  • Starring Robert Frost, Robyn Baker, Sadie French, Scotty McKay, George R. Russell
  • Produced by Patrick Sims
  • Cinematography by Walter Schenk
  • Film Editing by Charles G. Schelling

Plot Summary

  • A mentally unbalanced man is obsessed with the idea that a black cat is possessed. He tortures and kills it. Later, he comes to believe that the cat has returned from the dead to kill him.

Taglines

  • The terrifying power of the black cat destroyed their lives!
  • The CAT That Makes All the Others Look Like Kittens!
  • The most terrifying story ever filmed!
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