Kitten With A Whip

  • 1964
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Drama

The only reason to give this film any mention at all is the always-dependable work of John Forsythe and the lensing by veteran Joe Biroc. Otherwise, it would merit only your disdain. Ann-Margret is a vicious escapee from a girls' juvenile home who has stabbed one of the matrons and set fire to the dorm. Next, she breaks into Forsythe's house. He is planning...read more

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The only reason to give this film any mention at all is the always-dependable work of John Forsythe and the lensing by veteran Joe Biroc. Otherwise, it would merit only your disdain. Ann-Margret is a vicious escapee from a girls' juvenile home who has stabbed one of the matrons and set fire

to the dorm. Next, she breaks into Forsythe's house. He is planning to run for office and must overcome the stigma of being separated from his wife. She uses her wiles as well as threats and cajolery to worm her way into his life, and he soon finds his political career in jeopardy as he becomes

involved with wild parties, maniacal deliquents, and a lot of violence. A thoroughly hideous and unpleasant movie, this may have been one of the films that cost Universal Production Chief Ed Muhl his job. Doodles Weaver provides what little humor the film has to offer.

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  • Review: The only reason to give this film any mention at all is the always-dependable work of John Forsythe and the lensing by veteran Joe Biroc. Otherwise, it would merit only your disdain. Ann-Margret is a vicious escapee from a girls' juvenile home who has stab… (more)

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