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Saturday Morning Film: The Black Cat


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Basil Rathbone
Broderick Crawford Bela Lugosl
When the aged Henrietta Win chester dies her relatives compete for her estate, and one of them is prepared to kill ...
Suggested by the story by EDGAR ALLAN POE Directed by ALBERT S. ROCELL
FilmS. page 22


Unknown: Basil Rathbone
Unknown: Broderick Crawford
Unknown: Bela Lugosl
Unknown: Henrietta Win
Unknown: Robert Lees
Unknown: Fred Rinaldo
Unknown: Eric Taylor
Unknown: Robert Neville
Story By: Edgar Allan Poe
Directed By: Albert S. Rocell
Hartley: Basil Rathbone
Mr Penny: Hugh Herbert
Hubert: Smith-Broderick Crawford
Eduardo: Bela Lugosi
Abigail Doone: Cale Sondergaard
Elaine Winslow: Anne Gwynne
Myrna Hartley: Gladys Cooper
Henrietta Winslow: Cecila Loftus
Margaret Gordon: Claire Dodd
Stanley Borden: John Eldredge
Richard Hartley: Alan Ladd

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Saturday Morning Film: The Black Cat

BBC One London, 24 September 1983 11.00

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