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  • Acteurs : James Franciscus, Karl Malden, Catherine Spaak, Pier Paolo Capponi, Horst Frank
  • Réalisateurs : Dario Argento
  • Scénaristes : Dario Argento, Bryan Edgar Wallace, Dardano Sacchetti, Luigi Collo
  • Producteurs : Salvatore Argento
  • Format : DTS stéréo, Sous-titré, Cinémascope, Import
  • Audio : Anglais, Italien, Français
  • Sous-titres : Anglais, Français, Espagnol
  • Région : Toutes les régions
  • Rapport de forme : 2.35:1
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : Blue Underground
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 31 mai 2011
  • Durée : 112 minutes
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5 1 commentaire client
  • ASIN: B004O0CJZQ
  • Classement des meilleures ventes d'Amazon: 77.306 en DVD & Blu-ray (Voir les 100 premiers en DVD & Blu-ray)
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Ein Reporter namens Franco Arno verlor bei einem Unfall sein Augenlicht und konnte deswegen seinen Job als Reporter nicht mehr ausüben. Als Blinder ist er auf die Hilfe seiner jungen Nichte angewisen. Er verdient sich trotzdem immer noch Geld bei der Zeitung, indem er Kreuzworträtsel herstellt. Als er eines Tages mit seiner Nichte spazierengeht, hört er vor einem medizinischen Institut zufällig eine seltsame Unterhaltung von zwei Männern in einem Auto mit. Später an diesem Tag, oder genauer gesagt in der Nacht, bricht jemand ohne ersichtlichen Grund in dieses Institut ein und tötet dabei einen Wachmann. Der neugierige Arno beschließt darauf, ein wenig auf eigene Faust nachzuforschen und erhält dabei Hilfe von dem Reperter Carlo Giordani. Bald folgt eine Serie an mysteriösen Morden, die mit dem Ereignis im Institut zusammenhängen zu scheint. Die beiden finden neun verschiedene Hinweise, denen sie nachgehen müssen um das Rätsel um den geheimnisvollen Mörder und seinen bestialischen Taten lösen zu können...

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Gripping whodunnit... with suspense, visual flair and 70s retro charm. Most praiseworthy for Argento's taut direction and weird narrative twists --Film4.com

Set against a backdrop of genetic research and espionage, Argento's formal obsession with allusions to seeing and sightlessness is on fierce display --Ed Gonzalez, Slant Magazine

Set against a backdrop of genetic research and espionage, Argento's formal obsession with allusions to seeing and sightlessness is on fierce display --Ed Gonzalez, Slant Magazine

The Guardian

Best label 2011

Arrow

"It's often the smaller-funded labels that do the best work. Arrow has released marvellous discs of many of cinema's classics, such as Bicycle Thieves, Rififi and Les Diaboliques, but it's for their horror releases that they truly excel. The more respectable directors like George A Romero and Dario Argento get their due here, but Arrow also pull out all the stops for such (unfairly) lesser regarded Gore-teurs as Lucio Fulci and Frank Henenlotter. Blu-rays of Fulci classics The Beyond and City Of The Living Dead show that the films are far more atmospheric and better made than they ever appeared before, and for Henenlotter (with the imminent Frankenhooker disc) you get extensive extras that cover the rarely examined scene of low-budget New York film-makers and the lost grindhouses of Times Square and 42nd Street."

--The Guardian --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition DVD.

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d'après le réalisateur c'est celui qu'il apprécie le moins dans sa filmographie , certes c'est moins puissant que Suspiria ou L'oiseau au plumage de cristal car il est plus sur une enquête policière ou un thriller mener par Karl Malden ( les rues de San-Francico ) et James Franciscus que sur le fantastique , mais pour moi je le trouve passionnant le climat et angoissant le scénario et pointu on connait l'assassin que sur la fin , bref le suspense et bien mener du début jusqu'à la fin , sans compter que l'on reconnait de suite la patte du maître avec ses plans originaux c'est toujours esthétique et comme je le disais ce climat particulier que l'on retrouve dans tout ses films , on à même la chance que ce soit Ennio Morricone qui composa la musique du film que demander de plus ... que le blue-ray soit de bonne qualité ? ? et bien oui , dès les premières images j'avais le sourire de satisfaction il fait vraiment honneur au film et il à fallu que ce soit un import qui est lisible sur tout les lecteurs , en Français ( vrais VF ) , en Anglais et Espagnol pour me donner satisfaction et ceci pour un prix ultra-raisonnable de 11euros mesdames et messieurs ( mince voilà que je fait du Bellemare )
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x86976828) étoiles sur 5 55 commentaires
17 internautes sur 17 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x86969c9c) étoiles sur 5 This Cat Has Eaten Your Dogs... 5 août 2001
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
A rediscovery! Despite Argento's public disavowal of his sophomore effort, CAT O'NINE TAILS is a creepy, genuinely suspenseful thriller garnished with dry wit. CAT is very different from his other works in that it is structured like a fairly conventional detective story, with much less emphasis paid to the twisted psychology of the perpetrator and the creative modus operandi of killings. Seeing this film in an absolutely breathtaking anamorphic print with a stereo soundtrack, the best presentation of an Argento film Anchor Bay has ever given, in my opinion even surpassing DEEP RED, was delightful to say the least. It features, among others, a great turn by Karl Malden, whose character begins as a sympathetic protagonist with a handicap and gradually becomes a dark avenging figure, as his emotional stress and anger at having his surrogate child kidnapped and brutalized takes over, terrific action scenes including a car chase that reveal consummate skills of Argento as an editor and a manipulator of camera, and a wonderful score by Ennio Morricone, showcasing his inimitable mix of beautiful melodies and atonal and experimental "terror" music.
DVD includes an interview with Argento, the screenwriter Dardano Sacchetti (whose chief contribution appears to be the rationale for the killer's motivation and origins of his "madness" --which by the way is both greatly timely, since it involves genes, and hilariously unscientific. I am reassured to find that Argento knew all along that the idea was a hokum) and the maestro Morricone. As with other Anchor Bay interviews of the Argento series, do not watch it if you have not already seen the movie, since it includes spoilers about the killer's identity. In addition, there are radio interviews of Malden and Franciscus, conducted during the production. Malden's interview is by far more interesting, astutely pointing out the young Italian director's skills, and discussing his methods for playing a blind character. Since I believe Malden's performance is an important aspect of the movie's success, I enjoyed his time-capsule interview quite a bit. Although indeed a more conventional film in many ways compared to his later works, CAT is by no means an anonymous assembly line product some comments (including Argento's, perhaps)may lead you to believe. You will NOT be disappointed. Beware of milk deliveries!
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HASH(0x869697ec) étoiles sur 5 This Cat Lacks Speed But Has Style 6 novembre 2001
Par Philip Chase - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
In the early 70's at Thule Air Base the main activity aside from drinking was going to the movies. A thriller called The Bird With The Crystal Plumage caught my fancy. Then some months later we saw Cat o'Nine Tails. I immediately recognized the director's style but found the movie lacking. My interest in Argento was revived when 4 Flies on Grey Velvet came along.
3 decades later, I've just seen Anchor Bay's stunning reissue of Cat which confirmed my original assessment - stylish, funny ... but lacking the element of suspense or surprise to be found in both Bird and Flies. The cast is excellent.. The DVD is superb with an interesting group of extras including an interview with Argento and radio interviews with Franciscus and Malden. I do recommend the DVD but if you're on a budget, wait for a reissue of 4 Flies or run to your local DVD store today and snap up Deep Red.
Incidentally, since I've been acquainted with Argento's films for so many years, I'm surprised all Americans don't know them. Cat o'Nine Tails just lacks the edge to be found in the rest of his works. Certainly if you like giallo flicks, you'll want to see it at least once.
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HASH(0x869697bc) étoiles sur 5 Surprisingly good 12 janvier 2004
Par O. B. Tryggvason - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
I had read somewhere that Dario himself didn't think highly of this film and Maltin rates it a BOMB. I was sceptical when I rented this one but in the end I was relieved that I did. It's actually quite good and it has a cohesive plot that keeps you guessing 'till the very end. There's no gore here to speak of but Argento keeps things lively from start to finish and the actors here are amazingly good (compared to many other Argento films). Check it out, it certainly doesn't deserve a BOMB rating, and also, it seems that Dario is never entirely satisfied with his old films, apperently he can't even watch them on t.v.
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HASH(0x869697b0) étoiles sur 5 "You know, we've uncovered a lot of muck, but no murderer." 26 septembre 2005
Par cookieman108 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I received the DVD for Dario Argento's The Cat o' Nine Tails (1971) aka Il Gatto a nove code when I bought a six DVD set from Anchor Bay Entertainment called The Fright Pack: Man's Worst Friends, which also included Parasite (1982), Lucio Fulci's The Black Cat (1989), Slugs: The Movie (1988), Bruno Mattei's Rats: Night of Terror (1984), and Zoltan, Hound of Dracula (1978). After watching the film, it seemed an odd choice for the set which features movies about animals attacking people, as there was no animals whatsoever in the film, only in the title. Actually, this was the second of a trio of giallo films made by Argento featuring animals in the title, the others being The Bird with the Crystal Plumage (1970) and Four Flies on Grey Velvet (1971). Written and directed by Dario Argento (Suspiria, Phenomena), the man often referred to at the Italian Hitchcock, this Italia-Franco-German production features Karl Malden (Nevada Smith, Meteor), Catherine Spaak (Murder Is a Murder), Pier Paolo Capponi (Defeat of the Mafia), Horst Frank (The Night of the Askari), Rada Rassimov (Baron Blood), Aldo Reggiani (Young Lucrezia Borgia), Carlo Alighiero (Blade of the Ripper), and James Franciscus (The Valley of Gwangi, Beneath the Planet of the Apes).

Franciscus plays Carlo Giordani, a newspaper reporter who stumbles onto the story of his career (maybe even his life), assisted by an aging blind man, with a penchant for puzzles, named Franco Arnos (Malden) and the man's young niece. It seems prior to a break-in at a genetics research laboratory, Arno and his niece just happened to in the area, and witnessed something with regards to one of the scientists who works in the facility. The next day the very same scientist dies horribly as he's pushed, accidentally on purpose, in front of a commuter train. Giordani, when not making time with the daughter of the man who owns the research facility, learns the company is involved in two secretive, potentially lucrative projects, one involving a miracle drug, and another involving a process for identification of potential criminal tendencies by studying an individual's genetic make-up. The leads keep popping up, but Giordani and Arno just can't seem to catch a break as the someone keeps brutally dispatching the witnesses before the men get a chance to talk to them...whoever's responsible for the original crime, in which it seemed nothing was taken, is going to great lengths to cover their tracks, even if it means killing...eventually the tables are turned on Giordani and Arno as their snooping draws the attention of the homicidal maniac and soon discover they're now targets. So who's this homicidal madman? There's plenty of suspects to choose from...whoever it is, they certainly don't have a problem getting their hands `dirty' with a little manslaughter...

I thought this was a really solid film throughout, with only a couple minor issues. One thing that surprised me was the excellent production values that went into the movie. Looks like most of the film was shot on location, which where chosen well. I thought most all the performers did very well, especially Franciscus and Malden. I don't know what it is about Franciscus, but he just has a real presence on the screen, one you can't help but feel compelled to keep your eyes on...certainly he's a good looking man, but there is another quality, a vigorous, manly man aspect. Watch for the scene near the end where he runs face first into a two by four being held by the killer...ouch! That'll leave a mark...I was impressed with how Argento kept the story moving along as well as he did, given the film is nearly two hours long. Some of it probably could have been excised, like the element of the storyline about the relationship between the owner of the genetic research facility and his daughter, played by Ms. Spaak. I'm really unsure what the point of that was, other than perhaps to overly develop the possibility that either one may be the culprit, along with a whole slew of other suspects, or just to creep people out (which it did for me). The one thing that stood out as the main shortfall involved the revelation of the identity of the maniac killer. There were no real clues within the story that ever pointed towards any one individual, so when the big reveal occurred, it could have been almost anyone who hadn't yet been killed. Oh sure, some additional supporting information was given after the fact, things regarding motive and such, but come on, anyone can do that...it's putting sly clues out their prior to the reveal that make a mystery truly fun and engaging to an audience. This may seem a fairly critical aspect considering this is a mystery, but I felt the majority of the film done well enough to compensate. I dunno, maybe the breadcrumbs were there, but I neglected to follow. As far as the deaths go, some get pretty nasty, particularly the guy pushed in front of the train...there's couple of strangulations, a face slashing, attempted poisoning, and more...I think my favorite sequence was when Franciscus' character was in the barbershop getting a shave with a straightedge razor. The barber is griping about reporters and how the newspapers are speculating that the maniac killer might possibly be a barber, due the proficiency the killer has with a sharp blade. During this time, we see the barber, through close ups, shaving Franciscus' face and throat, and his unease towards the barber's agitated state. Another scene I really liked was when Franciscus and Malden are in the graveyard, looking to dig up one of the recently murdered victims in order to follow up on a clue...the fun never ends with these two, I'll tell you what...all in all, a very stylish, sometimes creepy affair with a few vicious murders and a solid storyline.

Anchor Bay Entertainment provides an excellent, `re-mastered, uncut, uncensored', sharp-looking print of the film, in widescreen (2.35:1) anamorphic, on this DVD, along with a decent Dolby Surround 2.0 audio track. Special features include a featurette titled `Tales of the Cat: interviews with director Dario Argento, writer Dardano Sacchetti, and musical composer Ennio Morricone (14 minutes), two trailers, two TV spots, radio interviews with both Franciscus and Malden (8 minutes each), a poster and still gallery, talent bios, and a 5X7 reproduction of original poster art on an insert in the DVD case, the flipside featuring the chapter stops. One thing potential buyers should keep in mind is that there are numerous DVD releases of this film out there, and while I have yet to see them, I've rarely been disappointed with the quality on Anchor Bay releases, so even though it may cost a little more, it's probably worth it, in this case, to make sure which release you're thinking of purchasing.

Cookieman108

By the way, if I learned anything from this film, it's never to drink from a leaky carton of milk left on my doorstep, especially if a sadistic killer is out to get me...
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HASH(0x869692d0) étoiles sur 5 Surprisingly good 5 février 2003
Par Garry Messick - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Cat o' Nine Tails is generally considered second-tier Argento. In fact, Argento himself isn't too jazzed on it. But I find it to be an excellent Hitchcock-inspired suspense film. Yeah, it lacks the stylized, highly imaginative visuals of his later films, but that's not to say it lacks filmmaking verve and invention. Far from it. A must-have if you're an Argento fan, but I suspect it would have more appeal to a general audience than most of his films.
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