Eye of the Cat (1969) 720p YIFY Movie

Eye of the Cat (1969)

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.

IMDB: 6.01 Likes

  • Genre: Horror |
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 1.23G
  • Resolution: 1280x692 / 23.976 (23976/1000) FPSfps
  • Language: English  
  • Run Time: 102
  • IMDB Rating: 6.0/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 0 / 0

The Synopsis for Eye of the Cat (1969) 720p

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.


The Director and Players for Eye of the Cat (1969) 720p

[Director]David Lowell Rich
[Role:]Gayle Hunnicutt
[Role:]Eleanor Parker
[Role:]Michael Sarrazin


The Reviews for Eye of the Cat (1969) 720p


For those who appreciate this type movie, it's a gem.Reviewed byags123Vote: 7/10

"Eye of the Cat" is an engaging thriller if you can overlook the stilted dialogue, the gaping holes in logic, some clumsy direction and just surrender to its cozy atmosphere. In scenic San Francisco, we meet several characters driven by greed, all of who will stop at nothing to get their share of a wealthy old lady's fortune. The action plays out in her hilltop home that's full of cats. If that sounds intriguing to you, then you're in for a treat. Among the main characters, Gayle Hunnicutt is the standout. Not just for her supermodel looks (big hair, short skirts) but for her expert portrayal of a cold, calculating opportunist. When she says to Michael Sarrazin "I'm not afraid of anything.", we tend to believe her. Hunnicutt should have become a bigger star; the right part just didn't come along, as it did for fellow Universal contract player Katherine Ross. Michael Sarrazin on the other hand, had a good shot at stardom, costarring with the likes of Jane Fonda and Barbra Streisand in hit movies, but as this film demonstrates, his acting ability is sorely limited and he's devoid of any real charisma. Even the totally unknown Tim Henry, who plays his brother, radiates more appeal. It's good to see old pro Eleanor Parker hamming it up as the object of everyone's bad intentions. She gets her star turn in the stranded wheelchair scene. Screenwriter Joseph Stefano (who also wrote "Psycho") created a Hitchcockian premise here without being derivative of the master. There are two versions of this film, one slightly less violent for airing on television (with a lot fewer cats), and neither version is available on DVD. A real shame, for this is nice, intelligent fun.

Very good and very underrated thriller.Reviewed byArun VajpeyVote: 7/10

I saw this film back in India in the early 70s during its second run. I enjoyed it very much at the time and even now, looking back after over 30 years, I am amazed that this movie gets so little publicity. Other films that are less than half as good have long got a DVD release, but very few people seem to know of this one's existence.

All right, it is not a classic but is certainly good for Saturday evening. The plot of a sick, reclusive elderly woman living in a mansion with lots of money is nothing new; nor is the arrival of 'caring' young relatives hoping to find a place in her will. But the presence of some twenty sinister looking CATS seemingly guarding their mistresses' interests certainly adds a diabolical angle. Michael Sarrazin's unnatural phobia of the cats adds to the drama, as does Gayle Hunnicut's murderous nurse. There are some superb scenes like the aforementioned runaway wheelchair and the outstanding Oxygen Tent sequence. I hope someone has the sense to bring this film out on DVD in its original theatrical release format.

review of movieReviewed bytomsclassicsVote: 7/10

I like this movie for the views of San Fransico (at least one street view) without it being chase scenes (somewhat like Vertigo), unless you count the electric wheel chair breaking down and rolling down the hill with the invalid aunt in it and the nephew chasing after it to rescue her; and there must be an inside joke at the beginning, with the "cat fight" between the female star and another girl.

Thomas J. Bates

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