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These Pussycats Don't Purr... Krazy Killers and Frisky Felines Prowl the Dark Alleys of this Horror Kitty Double Feature!
After celebrating his second wedding anniversary by trying to strangle his wife, a psychotic writer named Lou seeks solace from Pluto, THE BLACK CAT his wife gave him as a present. But since Pluto isnít in the partying mood, Lou plucks out the catís right eye and electrocutes him. After a few months of getting shock treatments in a sanitarium, loony Lou makes friends with a brand new kitty which also happens to have a "bad right eye." Of course, if you know your Poe, you know where this is going to go, and sure enough, it all leads to a grisly axe murder, the walling up of a body, and the wailing of the tell-tale puddytat. Well, made on a low budget and sprinkled with gore, THE BLACK CAT cleverly updates Poe to Texas 1965, while still remaining surprisingly faithful to his classic tale of terror. And hey, what other Poe film features a crowd fruging to "Bo Diddley?"
Plus, the only witness to a bunch of bloody beatnik murders in Greenwich Village is THE FAT BLACK PUSSYCAT whose kitty kat ESP is being affected by the "brainwaves of the schizophrenic killer whose sexual preference also changes while in "a schizoid state." As a professor takes pains to explain: "Brainwaves. Cat. Murder. Find the cat. Catch the killer." But beware: the killer "is not only a psycho but a beat to boot!"
Over One Hour of Special Features
- Digitally Remastered!
- Deleted Prologue for THE BLACK CAT!
- Over 300 Minutes of Deleted Scenes - Including a Different Ending - from the Original Version of THE FAT BLACK PUSSYCAT!
- Original Theatrical Trailers!
- Kitty Kat Trailers for The Cats, Confessions of a Psycho Cat, The Girl From Pussycat, The House of Cats, Puss 'N Boots, Pussycats Paradise, and The Tomcat!
- Kitty Kat Short Subject: Stripper Margie La Mont, The Cat Girl!
- Gallery of Horror Drive-In Exploitation Art!
- Horrorama Radio-Spot Rarities!
Warning: This program contains violence, nudity, and very sharp claws!
B&W and ColorStarring:
Robyn BakerOther cast:
Sadie French, Anne MacAdams, Pluto, as The Black Cat, Patrick Sims, Frank Jamus, Janet Damon, Paticia McNair, Hugh Romney, The Don Bader GroupDirected by:
Harold Hoffman , Harold Lea