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The Late Film: The Man who Loved Cat Dancing

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starring
Burt Reynolds Sarah Miles
Running away from her pompous husband, Catherine Crocker unwittingly becomes involved in a train robbery. She is taken hostage by Jay Grobart , leader of the gang, and forced to flee with them into mountain country. This spectacular Western develops into an unusual love story as Catherine learns of the secret that has driven her kidnapper to become an outlaw.
Screenplay by ELEANOR PERRY
MARTIN POLL , ELEANOR PERRY
Directed by RICHARD C. SARAFIAN 0 FILMS: page 19

Contributors

Unknown: Burt Reynolds
Unknown: Catherine Crocker
Leader: Jay Grobart
Unknown: Eleanor Perry
Unknown: Martin Poll
Unknown: Eleanor Perry
Directed By: Richard C. Sarafian
Jay Grobart: Burt Reynolds
Catherine Croker: Sarah Miles
Lapchance: Lee J Cobb
Dawes: Jack Warden
Willard: George Hamilton
Billy Bowan: Bo Hopkins
Dub: Robert Donner
Charlie: Jay Varela
Ben: Sandy Kevin
Iron Knife: Larry Littlebird
Sudre: Nancy Malone
Chief: Jay Silverheels
Conductor: Owen Bush
Bartender: Larry Finley
Dream speaker: Sutero Garcia Jr

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The Late Film: The Man who Loved Cat Dancing

BBC One London, 26 June 1987 23.30






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