Saturday, September 3, 2011

Siegel on "Charade"

Robert Siegel's The Silver Screen series on is always an interesting read, or even just a scroll through. 
He talks up Stanley Donen's "Charade" in this week's article (which should probably be recognized as the greatest Alfred Hitchcock film he never made) and as per usual, there are a ton of great publicity stills, posters, art and behind-the-scenes info. 
I've always loved Henry Mancini's scores from this era, but sadly, his work on Blake Edwards' "Experiment in Terror" and Donen's own, lesser "Arabesque" are much more distinguishable. 

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