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    Young Amy (Ann Carter) demonstrates odd propensities as her kindergarten class visits Sleepy Hollow, the fictional settlement near the real Tarrytown, NY, from the Washington Irving story, in this opening scene from producer Val Lewton's quasi-sequel The Curse of the Cat People, 1944.

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Curse of the Cat People, The (1944) -- (Movie...
Young Amy (Ann Carter) demonstrates odd propensities as her...
Curse of the Cat People, The (1944) -- (Movie Clip) It's Sleepy Hollow
Young Amy (Ann Carter) demonstrates odd propensities as her kindergarten class visits Sleepy Hollow, the fictional settlement near the real Tarrytown, NY, from the Washington Irving story, in this opening scene from producer Val Lewton's quasi-sequel The Curse of the Cat People, 1944. >
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Amy (Ann Carter), the misfit daughter of Oliver (Kent Smith,...
A child explores her late mother's...
Curse Of The Cat People, The (1944) -- (Movie Clip) I Wish For A Friend
Amy (Ann Carter), misfit daughter of Oliver (Kent Smith, who struggles with the memory of his late wife Irina, from The Cat People, 1942) relates a perfectly true story, leading to a spat with her mother (Jane Randolph) and a spooky interlude, in The Curse Of The Cat People, 1944. >
Curse Of The Cat People, The (1944) -- (Movie...
Julia Farren (Julia Dean), occupant of the spooky house in...
Curse Of The Cat People, The (1944) --...
Curse Of The Cat People, The (1944) -- (Movie Clip) God Should Use A Rose Amber Spot
Julia Farren (Julia Dean), occupant of the spooky house in Sleepy Hollow, announces herself to the mystified Amy (Ann Carter), and casts doubt on the woman who claims to be her daughter, from producer Val Lewton's The Curse of the Cat People, 1944.>
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