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WIN! The Criterion Edition of Charade on Blu-ray!

In this deliciously dark comedic thriller, a trio of crooks relentlessly pursue a young American, played by AUDREY HEPBURN (Roman Holiday, Breakfast at Tiffany’s), outfitted in gorgeous Givenchy, through Paris in an attempt to recover the fortune her dead husband stole from them. The only person she can trust is a suave, mysterious stranger, played by CARY GRANT (Bringing Up Baby, North by Northwest). Director STANLEY DONEN (On the Town, Singin’ in the Rain, Two for the Road) goes splendidly Hitchcockian for Charade, a glittering emblem of sixties style and macabre wit.
USA | 1963 | 113 MINUTES | COLOUR | 1.85:1 | ENGLISH
SPECIAL EDITION FEATURES
  • Restored high-definition digital transfer, with uncompressed monaural soundtrack
  • Audio commentary featuring director Stanley Donen and screenwriter Peter Stone
  • Original theatrical trailer
  • PLUS: A booklet featuring an essay by film historian Bruce Eder
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