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Charade (Delta) (1963)
Starring: Cary Grant, James Coburn, Audrey Hepburn, George Kennedy, Walter Matthau, Dominique Minot
Director: Stanley Donen
Category: Action / Adventure, Classics, Classics
Studio: Delta Entertainment
114 mins



Hollywood Classics

This sophisticated comedy-mystery in the style of Hitchcock teams Cary Grant and Audrey Hepburn together. Hepburn portrays Reggie Lambert, who meets Grant on a skiing trip in the Alps. When she returns home to Paris, she finds her apartment ransacked, her husband dead and a group of crooks searching for a fortune her husband had and they're convinced she's hiding it. As Hepburn avoids the sinister group, she becomes fond of Grant who comes to her aid. But, one by one, each gang member is murdered, making it more difficult for Hepburn to distinguish the good guys from the bad ones.


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