It’s Throwback Thursday! Let’s revisit Maurice Binder’s title work for Stanley Donen’s 1963 film Charade.

Charade on Art of the Title

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    ignite0me Ooh, I do like (and early-Seventies) Peter: crazy/comedy!Peter as much as Lawrence of Arabia. e.g. What’s New...
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    *big thumbs up* exponential63 If you like it you’ll also like How to Steal a Million *faints at thought of young Peter...
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    Maurice Binder’s title work for Stanley Donen’s 1963 film Charade. Charade on Art of the Title
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    watched this movie the other day. great film, great titles. more films should go back to this...
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