Adolph Deutsch - Music From The Motion Picture "The Apartment" album flac
Title: Music From The Motion Picture "The Apartment"
MP3 album: 1404 mb
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Genre: Jazz / Screen and stage
In 1959, Billy Wilder (along with co-writer . Adolph Deutsch, an underrated and really terrific composer, wrote the wonderful and popular score. The music served the film perfectly, and the soundtrack album was hugely popular, as was the Ferrante and Teicher version of the theme.
The Apartment is a 1960 American romantic comedy film produced and directed by Billy Wilder from a screenplay he co-wrote with I. A. L. Diamond, starring Jack Lemmon and Shirley MacLaine, alongside Fred MacMurray, Ray Walston, Jack Kruschen, David Lewis, Willard Waterman, David White, Hope Holiday and Edie Adams.
Music From The Motion Picture "The Apartment" (Album). United Artists Records. Ava Gardner With Adolph Deutsch And MGM Studio Orchestra, The - Bill, Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man (Shellac, 10").
Music by. Adolph Deutsch. The film was produced without approval from the Motion Picture Production Code because it plays with the idea of homosexuality and features cross dressing. The code had been gradually weakening in its scope during the early 1950s, due to greater social tolerance for previously taboo topics in film, but it was still officially enforced until the mid-1960s. By the Beautiful Sea" (Adolph Deutsch & His Orchestra).
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The Russian interpreter told the actress, "The Premier sends his regards, wishes to be remembered to you, and says he's just seen your new picture, The Apartment, and you've improved. Presumably Kruschev was referring to MacLaine's 1960 movie "Can-Can", which he famously hated. 9 of 10 found this interesting Interesting?
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Second half of the picture is loosely constructed and tends to lag as the rahers go through their paces in over-extending the major plot angle. Most of the time, it’s up to director Wilder to sustain a two-hour-plus film on treatment alone, a feat he manages to accomplish more often than not, and sometimes the results are amazing. The dialogue, and its execution, are frank. There is no hiding that full-fledged lovemaking is going on in these quarters. Production: A United Artists release of Billy Wilder production and Mirisch Co. presantation. Directed by Billy Wilder. Screenplay, Wilder and . Danniel Mandell; music, Adolph Deutsch. Westwood, May 4, '60.