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The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing (1973)

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Western story about a defiant wife who leaves her husband to take up riding with outlaws.

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Western story about a defiant wife who leaves her husband to take up riding with outlaws.

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31 October 1973 (Sweden)  »

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Approximately a decade after this movie was made and released, Burt Reynolds would star in a similarly titled movie entitled The Man Who Loved Women (1983). See more »

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Billy: Well, now! If she don't look as fresh as a daisy beside an outhouse!
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Burt at his very best
18 October 2013 | by (Canada Toronto Ontario) – See all my reviews

This was a well scripted movie with two leading stars in Burt Reynolds and Sarah Miles who through the movie gradually come to understand one another's predicament and fall in love. Burt plays an ex military man named Jay Grobart who leads a small group of men on a successful train robbery, and while in the midst of their escape in to the wilds, they run across a petite and debonair well dressed Catherine Crocker played by Sarah Miles.

We eventually find out why Ms. Crocker is riding alone in the wilderness and also why Jay Grobart robbed the bank. Burt plays a tough gang leader who won't tolerate any insubordination from his crew or from the woman on the run.

Through the hills and streams they all run hiding from the posse led by Lee J Cobb and also in hot pursuit is the train company's executive played by Anthony Perkins who just happens to be trailing his wife who has seemed to gone missing whilst out for a casual ride on her $3,000.00 priceless steed.

Indians also come in to the picture, and one by one the gang members turn on one another with their expected prize being the warmth of an evening with their travelling companion Ms. Crocker. Bad Burt keeps them all at bay, and slowly falls for Ms. Crocker himself.

The climax may be predictable (I am referring to the movie's ending not Burt and Sarah's steamy relationship) but I love a good ending and I put this one in that enviable category. Kudos to the cast of The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing for a good performance and to their director Richard C Sarafian, who has given us other classics such as Bugsy, The Crossing Guard and one of my personal favourites, Bound.


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