This list is here just because I'm a crazy cat lady.
The Catman of Paris
BEWARE! A MONSTER IS LOOSE!
When author Charles Regnier (Carl Esmond) returns to Paris with a best-selling book that criticizes the government, he's tormented by frequent blackouts. After a mysterious cat-like creature slaughters people close to him, Charles is suspected of murder. Charles fears that he is the beast, but his paramour, Marie (Lenore Aubert), and best friend, Henry (Douglass Dumbrille), believe he's innocent ... until the creature begins to stalk Marie (from Netflix description).
Ultra-minor suspense film from the Republic Pictures B-movie machine. A wealthy French dandy strongly suspects that he blacks out at night and somehow becomes a killer cat man. It's Cat People meets She-Wolf of London, but not as good as either. Star Carl Esmond, an Austrian actor who puts on a French accent here, has all the charisma of a stale croissant and the film is shy with the cat man action. It's mostly about Esmond's paranoia and his efforts to avoid the law. Also, I don't want to brag, but I figured out the "surprise" resolution about a half-hour into this. My mother always told me that I was special.
Famous author in fin de siècle Paris suffers from mysterious blackouts. Then people who can do him harm are found ripped by powerful claws. Is our hero the legendary catman? Starts out promisingly but the ending is a real groaner.
This is a variation of "The She-Wolf of London" but instead of a werewolf the character is made to believe he's become a "catman". Got it's moments but rather average as a whole.
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