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The Cat from Outer Space (9-Jun-1978)

Director: Norman Tokar

Writer: Ted Key

Keywords: Sci-Fi/Comedy, Juvenile, Alien Invasion, Cats

A flying saucer piloted by Jake, a telepathic alien suspiciously resembling a common house cat, suffers mechanical failure marooning it on Earth, later to be seized by the US Government. Jake enlists a physicist and girlfriend to help repair his craft, but naturally others wish to exploit the predicament. Disney B-comedy which if made today would have insufferable animal animations.

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Ken Berry
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Mel Carter
Singer
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Hans Conried
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15-Apr-1917 5-Jan-1982 Character actor, 1930s to 1970s
Sandy Duncan
Actor
20-Feb-1946   Valerie
Jerry Fujikawa
Actor
18-Feb-1912 30-Apr-1983 Salt water bad for glass
James Hampton
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6-Jul-1936   Trooper Dobbs on F Troop
Rick Hurst
Actor
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Roddy McDowall
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Harry Morgan
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Ronnie Schell
Actor
23-Dec-1931   Duke Slater on Gomer Pyle, USMC
McLean Stevenson
Actor
14-Nov-1929 14-Feb-1996 Lt. Col. Henry Blake on M*A*S*H
Gil Stratton
Actor
2-Jun-1922 11-Oct-2008 Character actor, sportscaster
Jesse White
Actor
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Alan Young
Actor
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