Sorcerer (1977)

Sorcerer DVD

Paramount Pictures
 Roy Scheider, Bruno Cremer
Directed by: William Friedkin

Synopsis: Based on the novel The Wages of Fear by Georges Arnaud. A group of fugitives take on a dangerous assignment to transport high explosives over a treacherous terrain.

Purr Blur: In one scene a local shows Victor Manzon (Bruno Cremer) to the home of a man who can provide fake passports. Inside the door a multi-colored cat is eating from a bowl.

Sorcerer - multi-color cat eating from bowl inside doorway

The cat gets nervous when the men approach but then continues to eat.

Sorcerer - multi-color cat shying away from bowl inside doorway

Sorcerer - multi-color cat eating from bowl inside doorway

The man must be a cat lover (or a fan of kitschy paintings) as he has a painting of three kittens and a parrot on his wall.

Sorcerer - kitschy painting of kittens and parrot

Final Mewsings: Cats have good taste; people not so much.

Thanks to Ted Davis for letting us know about the cat in this movie!

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