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Charade (1963) - Bang On The Wall Just off a phone call warning her that her supposed guardian Peter (Cary Grant) may not be legit, newly-widowed Reggie (Audrey Hepburn) calls her Paris CIA contact Bartholomew (Walter Matthau), whom she meets after some spycraft by director Stanley Donen, in Charade, 1963.
Charade (1963) - How Do You Shave In There? Reggie (Audrey Hepburn), whose mysterious husband whom she didn’t like has been murdered, is growing fond of the attention of Peter (Cary Grant) who, as far as we know, has nothing to do with the intrigue, when thug George Kennedy turns up, in director Stanley Donen’s Charade, 1963,
Charade (1963) - Everything Is Secrecy And Lies The highly Hitchcock-y opening from director Stanley Donen (who freely confessed to the imitation), introducing Audrey Hepburn in the Alps, with friend Sylvie (Dominique Minot), then Cary Grant as the stranger who captures the brat (Thomas Chelimsky), in Charade, 1963,
Charade (1963) - He Must Have Known Charles At the funeral of the murdered husband she planned to divorce, “Reggie” (Audrey Hepburn), with pal Sylvie (Dominique Minot), notes three odd mourners (Ned Glass, James Coburn, George Kennedy), Jacques Marin the Paris cop, in Stanley Donen’s Charade, 1963, co-starring Cary Grant.
Charade (1963) - We're The Floor Show Warned by American spies that the murderers of her husband may be after her, Reggie (Audrey Hepburn) has asked new friend Peter (Cary Grant) to meet her in a Paris park, then a night club, where director Stanley Donen stages a gratuitous pantomime, in his Hitchcock homage Charade, 1963