(1972) Anthony Steffen, Giovann Lenzi, Sylva Koscina, Giacomo Rossi-Stuart. A blind pianist tries to expose the killer is in a series of grim murders. The killer uses a black cat with its claws dipped in curare. Lots of thrills; they really keep you guessing as to the killer’s identity. This is a well-made Giallo chiller. It’s fairly tame, except for one incredibly brutal murder scene in a shower with a naked girl. So it’s definitely not a film for the squeamish and please keep this one away from kids. English subtitles. Nice color, scope, 35mm.