on Andre Saint-Aube's series of novels (followed by a comic strip), La
Louve Solitaire deals with the exploits of a master female thief.
Françoise Tilmont is a sexy real estate agent by day, but a silent
cat-girl robber by night. The film begins with a burglary, certainly not
her first. Masked, sleek Francoise sneaks into a chateau and fleeces the
owners while they're having a dinner party. Ms. Tilmont's clandestine
thievery has attracted the attention of government officials who need
an operative to break-up a drug smuggling ring. They think Cat-Girl is
perfect for the job. They were sorta correct.
a turbulent career for Daniele Gaubert! She co-starred in numerous big-bugetted
mainstream movies (1960-64) before retiring to marry Rhadames Leonidas
Trujillo, the son of assassinated the Dominican Republic dictator. Three
years and two children later, that marriage ended in divorce. She returned
to movies with a flair, as one of the leading actresses who became identified
with the new European Mod Cinema. This film, CAT-GIRL embodied
that movement. Meanwhile, Daniele met French Olympic triple-gold medalist
Jean-Claude Killy. They became inseparable. Her popularity found Daniele
in the pages of Playboy (May 1969) and the star of Radley Metzger's
International erotic film Camille 2000. Ms Gaubert died from cancer
at age 44 in November 1987.
film in English language; widescreen format (16:9), fully uncut (89 minutes),
DVD encoded for ALL REGION NTSC WORLD FORMAT. Extras include trailers.
for Mature Audiences