The Three Lives of Thomasina
Thomasina is the pet cat of Mary McDhui, the daughter of Scottish veterinarian Andrew McDhui. When Thomasina falls ill, McDhui declares that the pet should be put down. But when Mary and her father try to bury the cat, Lori MacGregor (Susan Hampshire), who is said to be a witch, shows up and attempts to steal it.
- Stars:Patrick McGoohan, Susan Hampshire, Laurence Naismith, Jean Anderson, Wilfrid Brambell, Finlay Currie, Alex Mackenzie, Vincent Winter, Denis Gilmore, Charles Carson, Ruth Dunning, Ewan Roberts, Oliver Johnston, Francis De Wolff, Nora Nicholson,
- Country:UK, USA
- Director:Don Chaffey,
- Writer:Robert Westerby (screenplay), Paul Gallico (book)
Thomasina the cat brings a family together, through her mysterious death and reappearance. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Three Lives of Thomasina torrent reviews
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