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forgotten work for, "Experiment in Terror."
From the sensational opening scene onward, it propels and intensifies this spine-tingling drama.
But don't just listen to the music, catch the film. It stars a very young and beautiful Lee Remick, Stefainie Powers (in a career-making role), Glenn Ford as a laconic, driven FBI agent, and Ross Martin--- who also saw his career jump after a chilling performance. (Cinematography, for film buffs, is especially noteworthy, also).
John Williams, for "A.I."
Especially the last half, or so, of the film, in which David seeks the Blue Fairy, and is rewared by the alien robots with a single day with his mother.
There's James Cameron's "Avatar," by James Horner.
One more, "King of Kings," Miklos Rozsa.
look no further than four words:
Lee Remick AND Stephanie Powers back in the day. My idea of paradise.
thanks for that. i hadn't tought of it since i was MUCH younger. another good score is Anatomy of a Murder by Ellington.
is classic Miles.
He always wanted to be a "Serious" Composer, felt pigeon-holed as the more Pop guy.
A friend of mine knew him.
He used de-tuned Auto Harps in "Terror'", definitely an Avant-Guard idea!
He did The Creature from the Black Lagoon, uncredited.
On the Peter Gunn Soundtrack, Johnny ( John ) Williams was the Piano Player!
I'll have to rent it on Prime. Looks like something I would like. Thanks for rec.!
ever filmed here.
Holds up extraordinarily well for the great film it
is and seriously embarrasses most films in that
"Once this was all Black Plasma and Imagination" -Michael McClure
poured down your back. Still scares the hell out of me.
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