Charade’s Stone Unturned

This is the last of my blogs for a series at the Indianapolis Museum of Art.  It concerns the film Charade (1963), and its screenwriter, Peter Stone.

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  1. Brian Swift says:

    Thanks Dr Film. Until this article on Peter Stone, I never realized *why* I’ve always connected a number of good films together … MIRAGE, ARABESQUE, and a TV-movie called JIGSAW. (The latter never gets played but sticks in my mind, lo these many years.)

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