Cat People (1942 film)

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Cat People is a 1942 RKO horror film about a woman under a curse who transforms into a panther.

Directed by Jacques Tourneur. Written by DeWitt Bodeen.
She knew strange, fierce pleasures that no other woman could ever feel! Taglines

Irena Dubrovna[edit]

  • There are some things a woman doesn't want other women to understand.
  • I like the dark. It's friendly.
  • Oh, it's alright. It's just that cats don't seem to like me.


Irena Dubrovna: Will you have tea with me in my apartment?
Oliver Reed: You make everything so simple!

Irena Dubrovna: What should I tell my husband? Naturally, he's anxious to have some word.
Dr. Louis Judd: What does one tell a husband? One tells him nothing.

Oliver Reed: You cold?
Alice Moore: A cat just walked over my grave.


  • She knew strange, fierce pleasures that no other woman could ever feel!
  • The exciting story of a woman who kills the thing she loves!
  • A Kiss Could Change Her Into A Monstrous Fang-and-Claw Killer!
  • She Was Marked With The Curse Of Those Who Slink And Court And Kill By Night!
  • To Kiss Her Meant Death By Her Own Fangs And Claws!
  • Kiss me and I'll claw you to death!
  • She was one of the dreaded "Cat People" – doomed to slink and prowl and court by night... fearing always that a lover's kiss might change her into a snarling, clawing KILLER!
  • The most terrifying menace of them all!


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