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Writer:
Stephen King (screenplay)
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Release Date:
12 April 1985 (USA) See more »
Genre:
Tagline:
Through the eye of the cat, a twisted tail of macabre suspense from the author of CARRIE, The SHINING and THE DEAD ZONE. See more »
Plot:
A stray cat is the linking element of three tales of suspense and horror. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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Awards:
2 nominations See more »
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Cast

  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Directed by
Lewis Teague 
 
Writing credits
Stephen King (screenplay)

Produced by
Dino De Laurentiis .... producer
Martha De Laurentiis .... producer (as Martha Schumacher)
Milton Subotsky .... co-producer
 
Original Music by
Alan Silvestri 
 
Cinematography by
Jack Cardiff (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Scott Conrad 
 
Casting by
Howard Feuer 
Jeremy Ritzer 
 
Production Design by
Mentor Huebner 
Giorgio Postiglione 
 
Art Direction by
Jeff Ginn  (as Jeffrey Ginn)
 
Costume Design by
Clifford Capone 
 
Makeup Department
Sandi Duncan .... makeup artist
Jeff Goodwin .... makeup artist
Barbara Page .... hair stylist
Carlo Rambaldi .... special makeup effects artist
 
Production Management
Juan Carlos Lopez .... unit production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Kuki López Rodero .... first assistant director
Scott Maitland .... first assistant director: second unit
Bruce Moriarty .... second assistant director
Glenn Randall Jr. .... second unit director
Ian Woolf .... dga trainee
 
Art Department
Ángel Arriola .... model maker
David Brace .... model maker
David Brace .... plasterer
Michael Bush .... scenic artist
E.C. Chen .... set designer
Michael J. Hall .... carpenter
Mentor Huebner .... storyboard artist
Todd B. Lawson .... propmaker
Edward 'Tantar' LeViseur .... property master (as Edward LeViseur)
James F. Oñate .... painter
Carlo Postiglione .... props
Thomas Michael Ryan .... propmaker
Jeffrey Schlatter .... construction manager (as Jeffrey P. Schlatter)
Jacinto Soria .... model maker
Robert Testerman .... scenic artist
Kirk R. Thatcher .... storyboard artist (as Kirk Thatcher)
Mentor Huebner .... primary production illustrator and conceptual artist (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Mary Jo Devenney .... boom operator
J. Paul Huntsman .... adr supervisor
Rick Kline .... sound re-recording mixer
Robert J. Litt .... sound re-recording mixer (as Robert Litt)
Robert R. Rutledge .... supervising sound editor
Rod Schumacher .... cable person
Don Summer .... sound mixer
Elliot Tyson .... sound re-recording mixer
Jay Wilkinson .... sound editor
 
Special Effects by
Mike Edmonson .... special effects assistant
Jeff Jarvis .... special effects coordinator
Frank Schepler .... creature operator
Paolo Scipione .... creature operator
Steven Willis .... creature operator
 
Visual Effects by
Barry Nolan .... special visual effects
Emilio Ruiz del Río .... foreground models (as Emilio G. Ruiz)
 
Stunts
Jimmy Briscoe .... stunts
Cindy Folkerson .... stunts
Larry Holt .... stunts
Julius LeFlore .... stunts
Fred Lerner .... stunts
Bobby Porter .... stunts
Jeff Ramsey .... stunts
Glenn Randall Jr. .... stunt coordinator
Danny Rogers .... stunts (as Danny Rodgers)
Rod Schumacher .... stunts
Victoria Vanderkloot .... stunts
Laura Warner .... stunt double
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Neil Binney .... camera operator
John Ferguson .... gaffer: second unit
Jim Cody Harrington .... grip
Frank Heeney .... gaffer
John Holden .... second assistant camera: second unit
Jeff 'Moose' Howery .... dolly grip (as Jeff Howery)
Bobby Huber .... best boy (as Bob Huber)
Larry D. Jones .... grip
Roger McDonald .... focus puller
Christopher Ott .... camera apprentice
Paul Ryan .... additional photographer: second unit
John Sheeren .... second assistant camera
Steve Venetis .... electrician
Jürgen Vollmer .... still photographer
Ralph Watson .... first assistant camera: second unit
David Zimmerman .... key grip
 
Casting Department
Craig Fincannon .... additional casting
Mark Fincannon .... additional casting
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Jayme Bednarczyk .... assistant costume designer (as Jayme A. Bednarczyk)
 
Editorial Department
Anne Couk .... first assistant editor
David Mann .... assistant editor
 
Music Department
Joan Biel .... supervising music editor
Gilbert Marouani .... music consultant
Dennis S. Sands .... music scoring mixer (as Dennis Sands)
 
Transportation Department
Lee Siler .... transportation captain (as William Lee Siler)
 
Other crew
Mason Cardiff .... production assistant
Dino De Laurentiis .... presenter
John M. Eckert .... production executive
Chip Hackler .... production assistant
Suzanne Lore .... production coordinator
Karl Lewis Miller .... animal action
Carlo Rambaldi .... creatures
Sharron Reynolds .... script supervisor
Michael W. Stroud .... location manager (as Michael Stroud)
Ward Welton .... painting supervisor
Steven Zeller .... unit publicist
 
Thanks
William Emerson .... special thanks (as Mr. & Mrs. William Emerson)
The People of North Carolina .... special thanks
The People of Wilmington .... special thanks
Daniel Roth .... special thanks (as Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Roth)
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"General" - USA (segment title)
"Quitters, Inc." - USA (segment title)
"The Ledge" - USA (segment title)
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Runtime:
94 min
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Color:
Color (Technicolor)
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1 See more »
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
Cressner promises Robert Hays's character that if he wins their bet he'll get, "the girl, the gold watch, and everything," a reference to The Girl, the Gold Watch & Everything (1980) (TV), which starred Hays.See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: The clock in the Quitters, Inc. reception area changes from 2:40 to 3:15 in a matter of moments.See more »
Quotes:
Richard 'Dick' Morrison:[after being offered a cigarette at a party] Why don't you shove them up your ass, Hal?
Drunk businessman:What? Lit?
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Movie Connections:
Referenced in The Hole (2009)See more »
Soundtrack:
96 TearsSee more »

FAQ

Why did Cressner make Johnny Norris circle around the ledge outside his high-rise condo?
Can the troll speak English?
How does the cat's adventure progress throughout the movie?
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9 out of 11 people found the following review useful.
Entertaining Black Humor, 27 July 2000
Author: Daniel L. Miley from Collegeville, PA

A trilogy of entertaining black humor. The first story is the strongest with the best stars. Alan King is deliciously evil as the head of Quitters, Inc., an anti-smoking group that uses mob tactics to stop its members from smoking. James Woods is excellent as Alan King's newest client.

The middle story is somewhat weaker entry starring Kenneth McMillan as a mobster who makes a lethal bet with Robert Hays after Hays steals his wife from him. A good story but not as good as the first.

The last story is the weakest entry of the three. An evil troll is out to steal Drew Barrymore's breath in this silly story. Our title cat tries to prevent that. The special effects for the troll doll are pretty good and the ending is funny. All-in-all an entertaining entry in the Stephen King collection of movies. A C+/B-

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