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The Black Cat
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Printed Media Reviews
Bingham, Philip. "Impressions of : The black cat". In: "Filmforum", (Norway), Vol. 3, October 1967, Pg. 15-18, (MG)
Ferreira, Manuel Cintra. "Cartaz". In: "Expresso" (Portugal), 06.11.1998, (WNP)
Ferreira, Manuel Cintra. "Cartaz". In: "Expresso" (Portugal), 28.11.1998, (WNP)
In: "Monthly Film Bulletin" (UK), Vol. 1, Iss. 8, September 1934, (MG)

Essays
Brunas, Michael, John Brunas, Tom Weaver, "Universal Horrors," Jefferson, NC, McFarland & Co. 1990, Pg. 624, 0899503691
Peary, Danny. "the Sleepers, the Weird and the Wonderful". In: "Cult Movies 3: 50 More of the Classics", Simon and Schuster New York, 1988, (BK), 0671648101
Senn, Bryan. "Golden Horrors". (Jefferson, NC and London), McFarland & Company, Inc., 1996, Pg. 234-241, (BK), 0786401753

Other information
"Die schwarze Katze". In: "Illustrierter Filmkurier" (Vienna, Austria), Filmpropaganda Ges.m.b.H., Iss. 1165, 1935, Pg. 8
"Die schwarze Katze/The Black Cat". In: "Film-Programm der Kino-Szene" (Vogt, Germany), Peter Kranzpiller D-88267, Iss. 261, Pg. 4

Original Literary Source
Poe, Edgar Allan. "The Black Cat and Selected Works". Des Moines, Iowa: Perfection Form Co., ©, 1991, Pg. 106
Poe, Edgar Allan. "The Black Cat/United States Saturday Post". 19 August 1843

Interviews
Weaver, Tom. ""I Was a Monster Movie Maker," Jefferson NC: McFarland & Co., interview with Shirley Ulmer". 2001, Pg. 227-49,, 0786410000

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