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  • Tracey Cecchetti

    hollywood auditions for a black cat in1961. This picture gives a new meaning to "the cat walk."

  • Samantha Heester

    Hollywood audition for black cat, 1961.. look at all the cute kitties! Too early for me to be a crazy cat lady?!

  • Audrey Kearns

    This is the creepiest black cat picture ever. "on the catwalk...."

  • Leslie Munderson

    Hollywood audition for black cat ---"photos were taken in 1961 by Ralph Crane documenting “Black Cat Auditions in Hollywood.” A shot of Vincent Price suggests that this audition must have been for Tales of Terror (1962) by Roger Corman"

  • Vamp Ire

    'Black Cat auditions' #blackcats #cats

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BLACK CAT AUDITIONS IN HOLLYWOOD, 1961. Lorre and Price starred in "The Black Cat," one of three segments in Roger Corman's feature film "Tales of Terror" (1962). "The Black Cat" was based on a short story by Edgar Allan Poe and is one of many adapted by Corman and released by American International Pictures.