Eye of the Cat (1969) - Rotten Tomatoes

Eye of the Cat (1969)

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Aunt Danny (Eleanor Parker) is a wealthy widow with a passion for her many feline companions. When the hair stylist Kassia (Gayle Hunnicut) sees Aunt Danny in near respiratory failure, she contacts her nephew Wylie (Michael Sarrazin) to tell him of her condition. Wylie's brother Luke (Tim Henry) is the one who takes care of the ailing matron, although she detests him. Kassia discovers Aunt Danny wishes to change her will to include Wylie and her houseful of cats. Wylie is phobic of felines, and Aunt Danny asks Luke to get rid of the pets. After Kassia and Wylie enter the house, the cats are on the prowl in this suspenseful drama. Veteran character actor Laurence Naismith plays Dr. Mills in this implausible film.
Rating:
R
Genre:
Drama , Horror
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Written By:
In Theaters:
 limited
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Studio:
Universal Pictures

Cast

Eleanor Parker
as Aunt Danny
Linden Chiles
as Bendetto
Tim Henry
as Luke
Laurence Naismith
as Dr. Mills
Jennifer Leak
as Poor Dear
Mark Herron
as Bellemondo
Annabelle Garth
as Socialite
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Eye of the Cat is an old horror movie that appears to have two different versions. The one I saw only really has one cat but I have read other reviews that mention multiple cats...either war it is the same movie just different releases. Eye of the Cat has its moments but it never takes hold of any and runs with them. The acting is cheesy beyond belief and the conclusion of the movie is baffling and hard to understand. All said not a waste of time and good for a late night bored out of your mind flick but nothing more.

Jonathan Porras
Jonathan Porras

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