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  • From 1963, Charade is one of the best thrillers ever made, and to think it revolves around a simple stamp

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      From 1963, Charade is one of the best thrillers ever made, and to think it revolves around a simple stamp. The film is romantic, dramatic, and leaves you gasping more than once as the action unfolds. The mystery stays fresh and revitalizes itself several times throughout. You just don’t

      know the resolution until the very last minute.

      Cary Grant is magnificent as a man of many different names. Who he is and what he is keeps viewers on their toes from start to finish. He’s handsome, charming, menacing, and heroic, all at the same time.

      Audrey Hepburn is equally magnificent as ...


      • Regina Lampert, who really doesn’t know who or what to believe. Her goal is to stay alive and figure out the secret. Hepburn is beautiful and talented and really shined as the confused owner of the stamp being sought after.

        I can’t say enough good things about Charade. I’ve watched

        it often over the years and it never gets tiring. It’s an exciting motion picture with many twists and turns. There’s really nothing predictable about it. The acting is great all the way around. Walter Mathau, George Kennedy, and James Coburn add to the skilled performances.

        Charade comes highly recommended.




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