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The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing(1973)

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  • The Theme of This Movie Is Rape

    • disinterested spectator
    • 7/21/14

    Sarah Miles is running away from George Hamilton, her husband. She stumbles into a train robbery and is taken hostage by the bandits. Bo Hopkins tries to rape her first. Then Jack Warden wants in on it. Burt Reynolds stops them. Then some Indians come along and try to rape her. This may well be the last Western ever made in which Indians try to rape a white woman. Most of the Indians in the movie are good, however, as are pretty much all the Indians portrayed in movies afterwards, so this movie is transitional. Anyway, Warden finally gets his chance, and he succeeds in raping Miles. Then we find out that Burt Reynolds killed his wife, Cat Dancing, because a man had raped her. But that apparently does not bother Miles, because she and Reynolds end up living happily ever after. I wish I could say that Miles was running away from her husband because he raped her too, just to round out the story, but all we know is that he is an unpleasant character.

  • The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing

    • Bruce C
    • 7/20/14

    Film helps demonstrate why Burt Reynolds was the number one alpha male when it was made. Brilliant color makes the location (scenery) add to its zeal. An item film maker's today aren't capturing. Its outstanding. Burt's character is strong, yet toned enough to allow Miles character to present the willingness to adapt her feminism quality to find what it is she is looking for - being a run away wife. Bo Hopkins plays his usual goofy-at-times self that was seen in many of his films. Jack Warden's soft then violent character fits many of his film profiles. It shows how well the casting for The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing hit the nail on the head. It was nice to see Burt gracing the big screen of TCM once again. More than a bit overdue. The later to be learned off-camera drama concerning English actress Miles and murder/suicide/unknown obviously lent an inquiring measure when it came out. (More could be said about it - equally it easily could be misconstrued). Its a quality production top to bottom.

  • The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing!

    • maria
    • 7/21/08

    Burt Reynolds and the rest of the stellar cast are TERRIFIC in this movie. I hardly ever see this movie on cable. Once I saw it on Turner Classic Movies and last week I saw it on the Western Channel twice. This movie needs to be released because it is a beautiful movie. Movies are not made like this one anymore. I really enjoy this movie every time I see it. Please release it on VHS or DVD. I absolutely love Burt Reynolds in this movie along with the other actors. Thank you.

  • RELEASE THIS MOVIE ON DVD

    • Deborah Olson
    • 3/3/07

    I saw this movie when it first came out, and then again on tv when ever it happened to be on...I thought it was a great movie...And I have been looking for this movie to own for many years now, but some reason it has not availablefor home video.Don't understand why, would think they would want everyone who loved this movie, and I'm sure there are many many more out there beside me, to own it, so they can watch is many times over.I hope sometime in the very near future it is released. When and if it is, I hope to be the first in line to own it..Thanks so much for letting me voice my oppinion.Keeping Fingers Crossed In Montana...Deborah Olson

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