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Teenage Catgirls in Heat (1994)

Unrated | | Comedy, Horror | TV Movie 13 June 1994
An Egyptian cat goddess in the form of a statuette commands all local felines to surrender one of their nine lives so they can transform into beautiful women to mate with (and terminate) ... See full summary »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Esmeralda Huffhines ...
Cleo the Cat
Helen Griffiths ...
Gramma Barter
Dorothy Layne ...
Mrs. Bingenheimer
George Franklin ...
Mr. Binghamheimer
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Ralph
Carrie Vanston ...
Cleo
Gary Graves ...
Warren
Chad Stader ...
Little Boy
Pamela Strader ...
Boy's Mom
Raymond Zaplader ...
Boy's Dad
Carly Strader ...
Boy's Sister
Melissa Mircur ...
Minerva (as Melissa Mireur)
Melissa Lindquist ...
Catgirl in River (as Melissa Enquist)
Chris Weininger ...
Guy in Car
Steve Johanson ...
Guy in Backseat
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An Egyptian cat goddess in the form of a statuette commands all local felines to surrender one of their nine lives so they can transform into beautiful women to mate with (and terminate) human males, then prepare the way for "The Great Litter." A professional cat-tracker and a hitchhiker set out to stop them. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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When they rub against your leg, 'you' cough up the hairball !!!

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Comedy | Horror

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Unrated | See all certifications »
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13 June 1994 (USA)  »

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Filmed in January 1992, copyrighted 1993. See more »

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Ralph: Do you eat rodents?
Cleo the Cat: Mice, yes. Chipmunks, sometimes. No rats! They give me gas.
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Esmeralda Huffhines as Cleo the Cat See more »

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Not great
30 December 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This movie begins with promise. The cinematography is fresh and interesting, and initially the plot seems good. It quickly becomes much too campy with some of the characters overacting to the 5th power. Grace Smith helped write and produce this film, but it is not even close to the quality of her other film of note, "Hope's Happy Birthday." Parting ways with Scott Perry was a good thing for her artistically. As the movie trudged on, some of the "special effects" truly took their toll on the film. The "night" scenes were obviously filmed in the middle of the day using a "night" filter on the camera lens. Bad effect. If you like "campy" films, see this one (once) to add it to your list, but I wouldn't try too hard to find it.


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