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  (in credits order)
Cathy Crowfoot ... Tigercat
Adele Rein ... Kitty (as Vicky Dee)
Scott Avery ... Tom
William Rotsler ... Brian (as Shannon Carse)
Oswald Fenwick ... The Man

Pat Barrington ... The Dancer
Frankie O'Brien ... The Girls
Vicky Kober ... The Girls

Charlotte Stewart ... The Girls
Sharon Smith ... The Girls
Billie Russell ... The Girls

Directed by
William Rotsler 
Writing credits
William Rotsler (written by)

Produced by
Harold Lime .... executive producer (as Edward Everett)
Harry H. Novak .... executive producer (as Harry H. Hershey)
William Rotsler .... producer
Cinematography by
Dwayne Avery (director of photography) (as Dwayne Rayven)
Film Editing by
William Rotsler  (as W. Rotsler)
Art Direction by
Clint Randall 
Production Management
Harry H. Novak .... production supervisor (as Harry H. Hershey)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
James Brand .... assistant director
Omar Tasmanian .... second unit director
Sound Department
Frank A. Coe .... dubbing director
Frank A. Coe .... sound effects
Paul Turner .... location sound recordist
Camera and Electrical Department
Ralph Hampton .... still photographer
David McDaniel .... still photographer
Bill Pickard .... still photographer
Ed Urbank .... lighting
Other crew
Mary Ellen Fang .... technical advisor
July Glidden .... production assistant
Joyce McDaniel .... continuity

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Also Known As:
"The Girl with Hungry Eyes" - USA (alternative title)
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USA:85 min
Sound Mix:
Finland:(Banned) (1967) | UK:R (original rating)

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6 out of 8 people found the following review useful.
Empty calories, 29 November 2006
Author: John Seal from Oakland CA

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

Even by the standards of the genre, The Girl With the Hungry Eyes is thin gruel indeed. Adele Rein plays Kitty, a sweet young thing who's been seduced by a predatory lesbian (was there any other kind in the pre-Stonewall era?) named Tigercat (Cathy Crowfoot). Deep down, Kitty is an All-American heterosexual gal, as we see in the film's first set piece, where she engages in a roll in the grass with a lucky motorist named Tom. After Tigercat kills Tom in a fit of jealousy, Kitty begins to question her sexual identity, and after meeting a handsome young chap (played, of course, by director-writer-editor-jack of all trades William Rotsler) reasserts her femininity via a series of incredibly boring and unsexy petting scenes. The film doesn't even include a single lesbian sex scene--the most we get is a still of the two leading ladies in bed--and is determinedly conservative in every aspect of its storytelling. If not for a few good scenes on the 101-Barham Blvd. interchange and a very cute Corvette, this would get no more than a '1' on IMDb's rating scale.

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