Ah, yes. This couple. And no, that picture does not count as a scene. I just had to include it because I love it. 😉
Another “oldie” — released in 1963, when my parents were both under the age of eight — Charade is the only movie that Cary Grant and Audrey Hepburn were ever in together. This is a long-time favorite of mine. Audrey Hepburn is a delight to watch and Cary Grant has always been a favorite of mine (you’ll likely see him fairly often on Cinematic Saturdays) It never gets old, I never get tired of seeing it. It’s full of suspense, mystery, murder, romance, and comedy… if you’ve seen it, perhaps you’ll understand my love of it.
~ Starring ~
~ Storyline ~
Regina is about to divorce her husband when she finds that he has been murdered after converting every penny they owned to cash, which is also missing. She meets Cary Grant who changes his name every 15 minutes or so and is interested in her husband’s money, which seems to have come from a WWII payroll he stole. His partners in crime are also very interested in where the money is, as he stole it from them as well. Everyone assumes Regina MUST know where the money is. The situation becomes more tense when the searchers begin turning up dead.
~ Written by John Vogel
~ See For Yourself ~
And I just had to include a link HERE to an interview that Audrey Hepburn did in 1991 (the year after I was born, btw).