A cat takes up residence in the office in one of Susie's metal filing cabinets. Mr. Sands insists she get rid of it.

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Peter Sands
Ann Tyrrell ...
Vi Praskins
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Edmee Esmond
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Dr. Palmer (as George Neise)
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A cat takes up residence in the office in one of Susie's metal filing cabinets. Mr. Sands insists she get rid of it.

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18 March 1956 (USA)  »

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(Western Electric Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Title derives from Tennessee Williams' play 'Cat on a Hot Tin Roof', which debuted on Broadway in 1955. See more »

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Peter Sands: [losing his patience] Now, where is that cat?
Susie McNamara: [playing innocent] Cat?
Peter Sands: [dryly] That hypothetical cat that Sylvia supposedly found.
Susie McNamara: Oh, that cat. Oh, well - heh, heh. You'll have to ask Sylvia about that.
Peter Sands: Where is it, Susie?
Susie McNamara: [cat meows] Oh, that cat? You mean the cat in the hot tin file?
Peter Sands: Yes, Susie.
Susie McNamara: You'll find it under M, for Mr. Pimm.
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Another Great Episode!
27 September 2012 | by (San Diego, California) – See all my reviews

As usual, Ann Sothern, Ann Tyrell and Don Porter give great performances - Ann Sothern as "susie" and Ann Tyrell as "Vi" are great, dealing with the problem of a cat walking in from the terrace of the building, having to deal with the boss who wants an office - and not one with a cat in it.

As usual, Ann Sothern's TV shows are intelligent, with the dealing of an allergy of a client to cats -

Another great episode in a great series, that I hope soon becomes available in its entirety, as well as the Ann Sothern Show. I enjoy viewing the offices, attire, and equipment of a 50's office almost as much as the show itself.


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