The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing

by Mariyln Durham

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ISBN 105557020713
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The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing. Director: Richard C. Sarafian. Based on the novel by: Marilyn Durham. Screenplay by: Eleanor Perry. Although he began his career in bit parts in television and film Westerns, Burt Reynolds delivers a rare star-billed turn in the genre with The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing (). Marilyn Durham (née Wall, September 8, – Ma ) was an American author of best-known novel is her first, The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing, which was made into a film of the same name. Early life. Durham was born in Evansville, Indiana, in , to Russell and Stacy Birdsall father was an L&N blacksmith. Durham attended Evansville College (now called the. The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing - Official Trailer In this new twist on an Old West story, Reynolds plays a man on the run after murdering his wife's killer and rapist and committing a robbery with. The man who loved Cat Dancing Item Preview remove-circle Brigands and robbers, Abused wives, Man-woman relationships Publisher New York, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich Collection Internet Archive Books. American Libraries. Uploaded by MerciG on J SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata) Pages:

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It has also been trivialized as nothing more than a mere romance novel. While it is a story that is set in the old west, and while there are romantic elements along the way, it is a book that is so much more, and it really transcends being so easily categorized/5(20).

"The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing" was not critically a success when it was released inbut looking at it today thanks to Warner Archive, it had a lot going for it then and plays out better now. The biggest advantage has always been Marilyn Durham's funny and touching, completely entertaining novel which was a bestseller/5(71).

The NOOK Book (eBook) of the The Cat Dancers: A Novel by P. Deutermann at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to COVID, orders may be : St. Martin''s Publishing Group. Directed by Richard C. Sarafian. With Burt Reynolds, Sarah Miles, Lee J.

Cobb, Jack Warden. Western story about a defiant wife who leaves her husband to take up riding with outlaws/10(K). The man who loved Cat Dancing is different from most westerns in that it is focused on relationships. This may not be surprising, in the light of the fact that the novel it is based on was written by a woman.

In the movie, the woman (Sarah Miles) is really the central character, and the central man (Burt Reynolds) is somewhat secondary. The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing, Signed Novel, Marilyn Durham, Hardback, Harcourt.

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The end result is watchable but falls short of adding up to the sum of its parts. Thus, The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing has to settle for being an interesting misfire that is Brand: Warner Archives.

The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing was one of Burt Reynolds' first major starring roles after Deliverance elevated him to full-fledged film stardom following years in television and low-budget e Company: MGM Home Entertainment.

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reynolds said he did the movie "because i loved the book. i'd never done a love story, either." the man who loved cat dancing: jay grobart is an outlaw who was married to native american woman cat dancing.

after cat is raped and murdered, a distraught grobart kills the man responsible for the crime, before being arrested.

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The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing () by Johnny Web (aka Uncle Scoopy, aka Greg Wroblewski) The "man" in the title was played by Burt Reynolds, who is probably best remembered as a loquacious man who was quick with a quip, but who plays it completely straight here in an uncharacteristic role as a humorless, laconic cowboy.

The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing () Official Trailer - Burt Reynolds, Sarah Miles Movie HD - Duration: Movieclips Classic Trail views. After serving time for avenging the murder of Cat Dancing, his Native American wife, Jay Grobart (Burt Reynolds), reluctantly takes part in a train robbery in the hopes of using his share of the.

Although he began his career in bit parts in television and film Westerns, Burt Reynolds delivers a rare star-billed turn in the genre with The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing ().

The film, set in the s Southwest, chronicles a man named Jay (Reynolds) on the run from the law after murdering the man who raped and killed his Native American wife. Marilyn Durham, née Marilyn Wall, born September 8,is an American author of fiction.

Her best-known novel is her first, The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing, which /5. THE MAN WHO LOVED CAT DANCING was published in by Harcourt Brace (the hardcover going for $ at the time!), and was immediately chosen as a featured selection by the Book of the Month Club, quickly helping it become a national best seller.

It received unanimous critical acclaim, with TIME magazine calling it an enjoyable “Women’s. The Woman Who Hated ‘Cat Dancing’ mainly because she is a woman— during the production of “The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing,” which she wrote (or at least, wrote parts of) and co. Book-related and General Links: ESSAY: Popping the Question (Nancy Kress) -REVIEW: of FLAMBARD'S CONFESSION By Marilyn Durham (Mona Simpson, NY Times Book Review).

FILM: INFO: The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing () (Imdb)4/5. The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing (Oct) Director: Richard C. Sarafian. Writer: Eleanor Perry. From novel by: Marilyn Durham. Keywords: Western. Name Occupation Birth DeathKnown for; Lee J. Cobb: Actor: 8-Dec Feb The Left Hand of God: Robert Donner: Actor: Apr 8-Jun Exidor on Mork and Mindy: George Hamilton.

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Jay Silverheels as the chief in The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing () Jay Verela as Charlie Bent in The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing () Tagged with: Bo Hopkins • Burt Reynolds • George Hamilton • Jack Warden • Jay Silverheels • Jay Verela • Larry Finely • Larry Littlebird • Lee J.

Cobb • Nancy Malone • Owen Bush • Richard. The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing () Although he began his career in bit parts in television and film Westerns, Burt Reynolds delivers a rare star-billed turn in the genre with The Man WhoLoved Cat Dancing ().The film, set in the s Southwest, chronicles a man named Jay (Reynolds) on therun from the law after murdering the man who raped and killed his Native Americanwife.

The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing soundtrack fromcomposed by Michel Legrand, John Williams. Released by Film Score Monthly in (FSM Vol.

5, No. 4) containing music from The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing (). The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing by Marilyn Durham. Harcourt Trade Publishers, Hardcover. Very Good.

Disclaimer:A copy that has been read, but remains in excellent condition. Pages are intact and are not marred by notes or highlighting, but may contain a neat previous owner name. The spine remains undamaged. An ex-library book and may have standard library stamps and/or stickers.

With a stirring John Williams score, dead-on direction by Richard C. Sarafian (Man in the Wilderness), and cinematography so realistic you can taste the dust and sweat, The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing emerges as one of film's great Westerns/5(8).motion picture | Feature film (over 60 minutes).

An original score for this movie was composed and recorded by Michel Legrand - his first for a Western - but it was replaced. It is unclear as to which precise composer the collective soundtrack personnel above performed for - or whether for both?

Inc: John Audino, Malcolm McNab, trumpet; Dick Nash, trombone; Bud Shank, Ted Nash, reeds; Ray.The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing takes its time telling its story, particularly when Grobart and Catherine are alone, and is let down by a lack of consistency.

There’s little meaningful interplay between Grobart and Catherine to suggest or explain the depth of their feelings for one another, which results in a lack of concern about their plight.