What Ever Happened To Cousin Charlotte? (1964)
Cross Of Iron (1964)
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Limited edition of 1200 copies.
"World premiere release of original soundtrack from Robert Aldrich horror thriller with Bette Davis and Olivia De Havilland. Major success for 20th Century Fox garners numerous Academy Award nominations including two for composer Frank DeVol (Best Original Score, Best Song). DeVol anchors involved score with warm main theme, setting trend to come for scary movies with lullaby themes playing before shrieks appear. In addition to orchestra, DeVol creates complex sequences with layers of then-state of the art electronics within orchestra plus ghostly female chorus. Harpsichord, piano add further spooky elements. Central to story is haunting theme song by DeVol with Mack David lyrics. Intrada is proud to present 70 minutes of music in stereo from original scoring session masters. Typical for aged 35mm magnetic elements, some deterioration is evident but good news in balance: all individual electronic effects, choral layers, harpsichord tracks, sweeteners and overlays plus all vocals have actually survived the years! Not always the case with restorations of this nature! This allows us to present setpieces like Bette Davis's harrowing nightmare ("The Storm"), Joseph Cotten's creepy return from the dead ("Off Rocker"), main title melding of music box with taunting children's chorus over main harmonica theme plus full lullaby vocals and more! Even with occasional deterioration, meticulous stereo presentation affords rewarding premiere of important sixties spook masterpiece! Frank DeVol conducts."