Cary, Audrey, a clever Peter Stone script, sparkling direction by Stanley Donen on fabulous Paris locations, a memorable Mancini score and a breakout supporting cast–what more do you want? Often called the best Hitchcock movie that Hitchcock never made. Remade to no particular effect as The Truth About Charlie in 2002.
About Larry Cohen
The prolific writer-producer-director Larry Cohen began his career in television creating hit shows like Branded and The Invaders. His feature career took off with the killer baby trio of It’s Alive and two sequels. Among his movie credits are Q – The Winged Serpent, Full Moon High, The Private Life of J. Edgar Hoover, Return to Salem’s Lot, Hell Up in Harlem and the screenplays for Phone Booth and Cellular. He also wrote and directed the Masters of Horror episode, Pick Me Up.