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After teaming memorably in Alfred Hitchcock's haunting Vertigo, James Stewart and Kim Novak are together again in the whimsical Bell, Book and Candle (1958), a spellbinding romantic comedy directed by Richard Quine and based on John Van Druten's Broadway hit. Stewart plays a New York publisher entranced by a mysteriously bewitching young woman (Novak); mesmerizing supporting performances by the likes of Jack Lemmon, Ernie Kovacs, Hermione Gingold, Elsa Lanchester, and Janice Rule lend quirky comic charm to the proceedings. Cinematographer James Wong Howe gives us a glamorous vision of Manhattan, enhanced by George Duning's sophisticated score (available here as an isolated track).
- Isolated Score Track
- "Bewitched, Bothered and Blonde"
- "Reflections in the Middle of the Night"
- Original Theatrical Trailer
There was a defective part in the DVD at approximately 57 minutes into the film. About 3-4 minutes were damaged and unable to be viewed. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Ruthlee Becker
Jimmy Stewart's last romantic lead role. Kim Novak's eyes and poker face get her through the performance. Extremely dated. Gingold and Lemon are eccentric as always.Published 2 months ago by Thomas Lecoq
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