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Charade 1953

Charade ★★ 1953

Mason and wife Pamela star in this trilogy of love and violence. “Portrait of a Murderer” has a young artist sketching the picture of the man who—unknown to her—has just murdered her girlfriend. “Duel at Dawn” concerns an 1880s Austrian officer who steals a woman from another officer and is then challenged to a duel. “The Midas Touch” revolves around a successful but dissatisfied man who abandons his riches to find the meaning of life. Mason himself had said he hoped “this curiosity” would disappear. 83m/B VHS, DVD . James Mason, Pamela Mason, Scott Forbes, Paul Cavanagh, Bruce Lester, Sean McClory, Vince Barnett; D: Roy Kellino.

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