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The Black Cat (1934) Poster

(1934)

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Version of 

The Black Cat (1941)
based on the same story
The Black Cat (1961) (Short)
based on the same story
Tales of Terror (1962)
based on the same story
The Black Cat (1981)
based on the same story
Two Evil Eyes (1990)
based on the same story

Edited into 

Mondo Lugosi (1987)
Clips from this are included.

Referenced in 

Superman (1941) (Short)
Boris Karloff's character of engineer Poelzig in THE BLACK CAT was the inspiration for the mad scientist in the animated Superman cartoon. His hairdo, overall, the way he climbs down the spiral staircase, the shadows are obviously referenced in the cartoon as well as the organ playing by Karloff's mad scientist - a horror-film-stereotype that is derived from THE BLACK CAT.
What's the Matter with Helen? (1971)
Title is shown on a theater marquee
The Mechanic (1972)
One of the movie posters on the prostutute's (Jill Ireland's) living room wall.
Baby Rosemary (1976)
Poster seen on wall.
I nyhta me ti Silena (1986)
Poster shown.
Prison Heat (1993)
Both films use nearly identical cutting of shots to suggest a violent event (a skinning in The Black Cat, a castration in Prison Heat)
Ed Wood (1994)
Ed refers to the film.
One on One with Vito Russo (2001) (Video)
This title is referenced.
Star Trek: Enterprise: Stigma (2003) (TV Episode)
Charles 'Trip' Tucker mentions watching this movie
Bright Leaves (2003)
Discussed by film buff John McElwee, cousin of Ross.
Edgar G. Ulmer - The Man Off-screen (2004)
Discussed in interviews.
Masters of Horror: John Carpenter's Cigarette Burns (2005) (TV Episode)
referenced in the end credits
Cinemassacre's Monster Madness: Roger Corman's Poe Films (2007) (TV Episode)
Clips of this movie were shown.
The Fallen Vampire (2007) (TV Movie)
poster and photos
John's Arm: Armageddon (2008)
The Mayor says "The phone is dead. Did you hear that, Nibbles? Even the phone is dead."
Cinemassacre's Monster Madness: Monsters Crash the Pajama Party (2009) (TV Episode)
A VHS tape of this movie is seen when James demonstrates how poorly made the 3-D glasses are.
Edición Especial Coleccionista: La colina de las botas (2011) (TV Episode)
Appears on the list of DVD/Blu-ray releases of March/April
Caesar and Otto's Deadly Xmas (2012)
Mentioned in scene discussing Satanic cults in movies
Christmas Eve '45 (2012) (Short)
The scenes in Elliot's laboratory.
Dark Design (2014) (Video)
mentioned once
Pizza (2014)
poster shown
La La Land (2016)
Poster on wall in Mia's bedroom.
Cinemassacre's Monster Madness: Top 20 Golden Age Horror (2016) (TV Episode)
gets honorable mention

Featured in 

Hollywood and the Stars: Monsters We've Known and Loved (1964) (TV Episode)
Scenes from the feature are shown and commented.
Head (1968)
Clips featuring Bela Lugosi are used.
Son of Svengoolie: The Black Cat (1934) (1979) (TV Episode)
This film was feature in this episode.
Son of Svengoolie: The Black Cat (1934) (1979) (TV Episode)
This film was feature in this episode.
Universal Horror (1998) (TV Movie)
Melinda and Melinda (2004)
Melinda, Hobie, Billy and Stacey watch a Halloween screening of the film.
The 100 Scariest Movie Moments (2004) (TV Mini-Series)
Clips are shown.
Svengoolie: The Black Cat (2006) (TV Episode)
This film is featured in this episode.
Cinema's Exiles: From Hitler to Hollywood (2009) (TV Movie)
Clips shown.
Nightmares in Red, White and Blue: The Evolution of the American Horror Film (2009)
It is mentioned and discussed. Also, footage of this movie is shown.
Cinemassacre's Monster Madness: The Black Cat & the Raven (2009) (TV Episode)
One of the two movies being reviewed for this episode.
Cinemassacre's Monster Madness: The Mummy's Hand (2013) (TV Episode)
another film from the pre-Hays Code era, which could get away with more violence
Cinemassacre's Monster Madness: The Black Cat (2014) (TV Episode)
James recalls another adaptation of Poe's story

Spoofed in 

Scary Movie 2 (2001)

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