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Bell, Book and Candle (1958)
It would be interesting to hear about some of the actors and directors you worked with. Well, we were both under contract at Columbia. And so it was nice, because we both shared in common sort of starting out as young actors together, more or less. Of course, he had a Broadway background, and so … but it was nice as I say, because we were both contract players at Columbia. Oh, yes.
Actually, its story of a young lady who possesses some supernatural power, which she uses to inveigle a gentleman into falling in love with her, is neither as novel nor engaging as you might expect it to be. Pretty young ladies in movies are bewitching gaga fellows all the time with enticements and devices that are magic, so fas as the audience can tell. And, as Daniel Taradash has reduced it in a screen play directed by Richard Quine, it is not distinguished by any consistant witchary or bounce. From the atelier of the heroine, who is a dealer in primitive art, to a smoky night club in Greenwich Village, where the local sorceresses and their apprentices play, it is vividly visual an dsuggestive. For the wonderful things it does with color, imposed upon design, we can thank the art director, Cary Odell; the special color consultant, Eliot Elisoforn, who is setting real styles in color movies, and the cameraman, James Wong Howe, Together, these craftsmen of the visual have done things that hypnotize the eye.
Sign in. Watch now. Title: Bell Book and Candle Emotions are ignited amongst the complacent townsfolk when a handsome drifter arrives in a small Kansas community on the morning of the Labour Day picnic. An American junior diplomat in London rents a house from, and falls in love with, a woman suspected of murder. A father's attempts to protect his college-age daughter from trouble backfire and he finds himself in the middle of scandal after scandal. While pursing new companions, a former married couple keep running into one another all over town.
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