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Eye of the Cat (Theatrical Version)

We can now finally offer you the long lost 'Theatrical Version' never released on any home format. We also have the TV edit elsewhere on the site!

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We can now finally offer you the long lost 'Theatrical Version' never released on any home format. We also have the TV edit elsewhere on the site!

A man and his girlfriend plan to rob the mansion of the man's eccentric but wealthy aunt. However, the aunt keeps dozens of cats in her home, and the man is deathly afraid of cats.

Notes on alternative versions.
New scenes were added to the network showing to make it "less intense." The Network-TV version has a different last half-hour, replacing the plot's supernatural element and an army of killer housecats with one somewhat-menacing housecat and a person with a paranoid delusion. This was made from outtakes and a few new scenes filmed in 1971, shortly before it aired.

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AKA:Wylie
Director:David Lowell Rich
Year:1969
Language:English
Format:F
Audio Quality:9.0
Video Quality:8.8

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