Starring: Fredric March, Veronica Lake, Robert Benchley
Directed by: René Clair
Synopsis: Two witches, a father and daughter burned in the 17th century by a member of the Wooley family, return in the 20th century and seek out the man’s descendent, a politician named Wallace Wooley. The daughter, Jennifer, takes on the form of a beautiful woman (Veronica Lake) and sets out to make Wallace fall in love with her. Things backfire and Jennifer falls for Wallace instead while her father (Cecil Kellaway) sets out for revenge anew.
Kitty Cameo: After saving Jennifer from a fire, Wallace returns to his home with his fiancé. Stepping out of the cab he stands in front of his house where we see a black cat with white markings meowing at his front door.
Wallace goes to the door and scolds the cat, whose name is Susie, that she knows she can’t come in.
Once the door is open Susie hurries inside and runs to another room, jumping into a chair. Wallace follows and finds Jennifer sitting in the chair, petting the cat.
Final Mewsings: Like men, cats are attracted to Veronica Lake.