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Catman in Lethal Track (1990)

U.S. Catman: Lethal Track (original title)
Unrated | | Action, Adventure
One half of the movie follows a guy named Sam and his friend Gus. Sam gets scratched by a radioactive cat in a fight with some wacky drug addicts and achieves amazing super powers. He then ... See full summary »

Director:

Godfrey Ho (as Alton Cheung)

Writers:

AAV Creative Unit (based on the story by), Andy Chan (screenplay) (as Andrew Chan) | 1 more credit »
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Credited cast:
Jonathan Isgar Jonathan Isgar ... Catman (as Jonathan James)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Howard Anderson Howard Anderson
Johanna Brownstein Johanna Brownstein ... (as Johnanna Brownstein)
Sorapong Chatree Sorapong Chatree ... (archive footage) (as Sorapong Chatri)
Roberta Cowen Roberta Cowen
Bruce Fontaine Bruce Fontaine
Ken Goodman Ken Goodman ... (as Kenneth Goodman)
Martin Gorden Martin Gorden
Danny Lau Danny Lau
Tas Lehoczky Tas Lehoczky
Blue Moroney Blue Moroney
Sam Senyai Sam Senyai
Tracey Sun Tracey Sun
Alicia Tarr Alicia Tarr
Steve Tartalia Steve Tartalia
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One half of the movie follows a guy named Sam and his friend Gus. Sam gets scratched by a radioactive cat in a fight with some wacky drug addicts and achieves amazing super powers. He then puts on a stupid costume and decides to fight some bad guys using his new powers, including a crazed priest named Cheever. The other half of the movie is a about a whole buch of Asian people that are just beating each other up for no reason, including a tall guy with an eyepatch and a womn that looks like a man. They have no real purpose in the movie, and seem to just be throw in. Written by TimeChaser

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Action | Adventure

Certificate:

Unrated
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Country:

Hong Kong

Language:

English

Also Known As:

Catman in Lethal Track See more »

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IFD Films and Arts See more »
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Color
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Followed by Catman in Boxer's Blow (1993) See more »

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the most hilarious movie that wasn't supposed to be funny.
29 February 2004 | by gmcgrefferySee all my reviews

ah yes, catman.

its an awful dub with stiff voice actors and poor acting in general. basically we have a middle aged guy who gets scratched by a radioactive cat. all of a sudden he can turn his tv ON AND OFF without a remote, thats right fellas, no remote, no buttons, CRAZY SPECIAL EFFECTS EH?

after that, he decided it would be a good idea if he punched a hole in his apartment, so he does.

in the night he magically aquires a black jumpsuit with a sticker of a cat on it, some visor with a plastic dongle in the middle and a cat computer. we dont' see the cat computer, but we can only assume it must be awesome.

this movie is really like two stories in one, you get to watch a bunch of angry asian guys talk with each other, kill people, and swear for no apparent reason. 2 stories in one indeed. catman and the angry asians never really meet.

the ending is simply FANTASTIC

i'd say this film is well worth the purchase price, i found it in the 1 dollar bin at a used bookstore. the cover alone is hilarious.

just buy it if you see it, it'll make you laugh when you watch it, and it'll make you cry when its over...once you realize it wasn't supposed to be funny.

i can't tell you what happens in the end, but i can say that the plastic dongle on his glasses ends up being the most important dongle the world has EVER seen.


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