The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing

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Released 1973

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Director:
Richard C. Sarafian
Released:
1973
Rating:
PG
The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing is a Western set in the 1880s and focuses on relationships more than a typical movie about the old West. Directed by the acclaimed Richard C. Sarafian, The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing is based on a novel of the same name written by Marilyn Dunham that was published in 1972. Catherine Crocker (Sarah Miles) is on the run from her husband, whom she doesn't love. She stumbles upon a gang of train robbers led by Jay Grobart (Burt Reynolds). Circumstances dictate that Catherine go with the gang, and they head off into the rugged and unforgiving countryside. At first, Catherine is repulsed by the men, but she learns to care for them and even comes to fall for Jay. She learns he is hung up on his past: his wife's murder and the loss of his children. Will they ride off into the sunset or will Jay continue to let his past dictate his future?moreless

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