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glorious black and white
- don letta
Anyone who claims he doesn't like black and white films needs to watch this one. His mind will be changed forever. Beautifully shot in b/w, every scene is a magical depiction of excellent camera work. Poetic and not as frightening as the title may suggest, this Cat People follow up is in a class by itself, rivaling Cocteau's Beauty and the Beast. The acting is uniformly good with a standout portrayal of a "different" child by the lovely Ann Carter. From RKO's B unit, it's a superior work, and deserves its more recent attention.
A must movie to watch!
- Debbie G.
Fell upon this old 1944 movie years ago, I was captured by it, would see it airing every few years around Christmas time although it's not a Christmas story. The last time I watched it all I remember is... ? cat People, took me months to finally find it on Internet by viewing child actresses of the 1940's. It was a sequel to "The Cat People", that I never viewed. I know Walmart sells the video that I will buy just to have, to me it would be like watching The Wizard of Oz when only aired once a year! Before cable etc.
Wonderful Fantasy About Love !
- DON RILEY
This is actually the second part of the series. The child actress is excellent, subtle, vulnerable with beauty. The final scenes make this a love story, one of affection, mystique and caring. This is a five star film for me, probably a B film by original design but the quality of the entire piece makes it a can't miss and wonderful. I believe its very helpful to see the first film but this is a much better and important film in my opinion than the first, it has beautiful messages.
the curse of the cat people
- cindy wolf
only caught the last half. kept me intrigued. hope you will rerun it again. why did they name it that?
- Alexander Cirelli
4/18/2016 is the first time I saw this film. I missed the first 15 minutes so I hope to rent it someday soon. It was really nice and scary. Perfect show for kids especially how it ends. It was nice to learn that Ann Carter was born in my hometown Syracuse, NY! I plan on sharing this film with friends and family.
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I liked this.
The Curse of the Cat People
- Thamra L. Crawford
I love this movie about a sweet lonely little girl.
- Sam Gilman
The dialogue is delivered in a somewhat forced manner, and the editing and sequencing of scenes is a little choppy. Everything else is perfect and it features an amazing performance from Ann Carter
The Curse of the Cat People
In 1964, when I was pregnant, I saw this movie on TV, and fell in love with the name "Irina" and the character. I chose this name for a girl, but spelled it Eraina, since I didn't catch the correct spelling in the cast listing.
I remeber watching this movie since I was 5 or 6.
This is a very scary movie. I watch this with my sister and I was hiding behind a pillow when I first saw this movie. My sister was scared to but didn't hid under anything. This movie is about an 9-year old lonely girl who is trying to figure out is Simone Simon an ghost or just normal. I'm 14 now and once I'm older than that, it's a quite funny movie. A better way they should rate it is PG. It's to scary for maybe 1st grader kids and under. The second graders may enjoy this scary film also 3rd graders and 4th graders but it may be a little to silly for like costurmers 20 and up but still may enjoy it pretty good then under 20. I don't know why this movie starts off with school. Then it became break. Ann Carter should have stayed her age at 8 and not go to her 9th birthday yeah... 8 may be a good number to stay in this creepy movie but 9 she have probably did a great job bracing herself. The music also really fits this movie so I rate it a 10
I THINK I HAVE FINALLY FOUND IT!!!!
- Gloria Meredith
All my life I have remembered a movie that I saw in Flint, Michigan when I was a young girl. What stuck out in my mind was this little girl that mailed her birthday invitations in a hollow tree and I remembered this beautiful lady that appeared in her back yard. Even though this was a black and white film, this lady just glittered with the lights in the background. I am 74 years old now and my daughter and grand daughter are going to rent this film from Netflix for me. I am sure that "The Curse of the Cat People" is the one.I am so excited and I can hardly wait to see if this is, indeed, the same one I saw back then.Sincerely,Gloria Meredith