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A Night at the Movies - 20 film tracks that have enriched our movie experience. (Listen)
Gone With The Wind (Main Theme) - Max Steiner // Psycho (Prelude) - Bernard Herrmann // Vertigo (Scene D’amour) - Bernard Herrmann // A Streetcar Named Desire (Main Theme) - Alex North // A Patch of Blue ( Theme) - Jerry Goldsmith // The Pink Panther (Theme) - Henry Mancini // Lawrence of Arabia (Main Theme) - Maurice Jarre // To Kill A Mockingbird (Theme) - Elmer Bernstein // Forrest Gump (Theme) - Alan Silvestri // Casablanca (Paris Montage) - Max Steiner // Breakfast at Tiffany’s (Moon River) - Henry Mancini // East of Eden (Theme) - Leonard Rosenman // The Bride of Frankenstein (Main Theme) - Franz Waxman // In The Heat of The Night - Ray Charles // Now, Voyager (Soundtrack) - Max Steiner // Double Indemnity (Suite) - Miklós Rózsa // Laura (Soundtrack) - David Raskin // Cleopatra (Theme) - Alex North // How Green Was My Valley (The Family And Bronwen) - Alfred Newman // Anatomy of a Murder (Main Title) - Duke Ellington
if u look in the mirror and say “cary grant was bisexual” 3 times an angry mob of old hollywood fans will show up and say I AM 100% CERTAIN THAT IS 100% FALSE
Cary Grant and Randolph Scott at their Malibu home, 1935.
Cary Grant photographed by Milton Greene, 1962.
Jimmy could be vulgar in a little boy kind of way. He had this tire iron in his hand and came over to where I was sitting on the car and said to me, “Here, hold this,” and handed me the iron. So I said, “Okay,” and took it. Then he looked at me and said, “Have you ever felt anything so hard?” And everybody just cracked up. I wanted to die! I don’t remember what I said - “Wouldn’t you like to know” or something like that and threw it back at him. Jimmy could be so rotten, but then so cute, that I just couldn’t stay mad at him. - Beverly Long
Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers in Top Hat, 1935.