Return to Glennascaul (1953)

Dublin Gate Theatre
 Orson Welles, Michael Laurence
Directed by: Hilton Edwards

Cat Out of the Bag Alert!  This review contains some spoilers for this film!

Synopsis: An Irish ghost story is brought to life when a stranded motorist named Sean Merriman (Michael Laurence) relates an eerie tale to Orson Welles.

Kitty Cameo: Sean explains about going to the home called Glennascaul with two women he picked up on the road. After leaving the home, he remembers that he forgot his cigarette case and returns only to find the gates shut and rusty. He squeezes through the gates and is crossing the overgrown yard when he hears a noise. He shines his flashlight upon a stray tortoiseshell cat who seems startled and then runs away.

Return to Glennascaul - tortoiseshell cat in light of flashlight

Return to Glennascaul - tortoiseshell cat in light of flashlight

Final Mewsings: Cats are like little ghosts sometimes.

Many thanks to Ted Davis for letting us know about the cat in this short.

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