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When a simple robbery at a research institute leads to a series of brutal murders, a blind puzzle maker (Academy Award(r) winner Karl Malden of A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE) and a tenacious reporter (James Franciscus of BENEATH THE PLANET OF THE APES) begin their own investigation of the crimes. With nine different clues to follow, they uncover a shocking web of twisted genetics and dark sexual secrets that will finally lead them to a shattering climax of violence and suspense.
Originally released in 1971, THE CAT O'NINE TAILS secured the international reputation of director Dario Argento as 'The Italian Hitchcock.' This is the definitive version of Argento's masterful second film, presented completely uncut and uncensored in a brand-new High Definition transfer from its original camera negative!
"Tales Of The Cat" - Interviews with Writer/Director Dario Argento, Co-Writer Dardano Sacchetti, and Composer Ennio Morricone
Radio Interviews with Stars James Franciscus and Karl Malden
Reportedly, this is Dario Argento least favorite film. And while it does leave a lot to be desired, it's not quite as bad as Dario would have you believe. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Einsatz
Not a bad little mystery, made in Italy so we have the usual 197 bad dubbing even for Karl Malden who is an American to begin with? Read morePublished 2 months ago by Russell S
this has to be one of the best dvd's i've seen.the picture quality is fantastic.The chapter selections are great & the extras are pretty good,tooPublished 3 months ago by Bernadette Eastlack
There was some humor that was good, but the sex scene should have been left out.Published 11 months ago by Marla Pulsipher
Dario Argento's early films where definitely his best especially his Gialo ones.
While Cat isn't as good as Deep Red or Bird with the Crystal Plumage its definitely not... Read more
I thought I hadn't seen this but the ending reminded me that I had long ago somewhere and it's well worth owning on Blu-ray. The transfer is good but on the blurry side up close. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Fred