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Absolutely catastrophic facts about the movie Cats - Page 4 of 41 - Kiwi Report

Absolutely catastrophic facts about the movie Cats


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[post_page_title]Questionable origins[/post_page_title]
T.S. Eliot wrote the book of poems that inspired both the stage and screen versions Cats. The book, Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats, has 14 different poems, each describing various cats, their personalities, and activities. Strangely enough, though, Eliot didn’t even really like his collection of pussycat-based poems. He was reported to have called his work, “Nursery rhyme nonsense.” Yikes. If the author doesn’t even like it, why was it made into a movie?

Questionable origins

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