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    The Black Cat (Le chat noir)

    American honeymooners in Hungary become trapped in the home of a Satan-worshiping priest when the bride is taken there for medical help following a road accident.
    Duration: 65 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 1934
    IMDb: 7.1
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  • Actors of "The Black Cat (Le chat noir)"

  • Characters of "The Black Cat (Le chat noir)"

    Hjalmar Poelzig. Character of The Black Cat (Le chat noir)
    Played by: Boris Karloff
    Dr. Vitus Werdegast. Character of The Black Cat (Le chat noir)
    Played by: Bela Lugosi
    Peter Alison. Character of The Black Cat (Le chat noir)
    Played by: David Manners
    Joan Alison. Character of The Black Cat (Le chat noir)
    Played by: Julie Bishop
    Thamal. Character of The Black Cat (Le chat noir)
    Played by: Harry Cording
    Karen. Character of The Black Cat (Le chat noir)
    Played by: Lucille Lund
    The Lieutenant. Character of The Black Cat (Le chat noir)
    Played by: Albert Conti
  • Critic Reviews of "The Black Cat (Le chat noir)"

    Village Voice
    October 20, 2016

    Wildly expressionistic, the movie has nothing to do with the Poe story from which it takes its title and everything to do with Ulmer's sense of the Nazi menace.

    TIME Magazine
    October 19, 2008

    A dismal hocus-pocus which seems to confuse its actors as much as it fails to frighten its audience.

    September 26, 2007

    Story is confused and confusing, and while with the aid of heavily-shadowed lighting and mausoleum-like architecture, a certain eeriness has been achieved, it's all a poor imitation of things seen before.

    Chicago Reader
    September 26, 2007

    Ulmer never again had the budgetary resources granted him by Universal (at the time, Karloff and Lugosi were two of the studio's biggest stars), and he makes the most of them.

    New York Times
    August 08, 2006

    More foolish than horrible. The story and dialogue pile the agony on too thick to give the audience a reasonable scare.

    Time Out
    February 09, 2006

    Sumptuously subversive... one of the very best horror movies Universal ever made.

    Observer (UK)
    October 14, 2014

    This bizarre, utterly irrational masterpiece, lasting little more than an hour, has images that bury themselves in the mind.

    Radio Times
    October 06, 2013

    This timeless classic is a testimony to the craft of director Edgar G Ulmer before his career lurched into the quickie arena.

    July 03, 2010

    Edgar G. Ulmer's grandest danse macabre, a magnificently sustained trance

    October 19, 2008

    A magnificently eerie entry from the early days of Hollywood horror.

    October 15, 2008

    No monsters but lots of atmosphere, this is a classic of the genre.

    October 13, 2007


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