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    In the still of the "Doctor Zhivago" reception, the unidentified lady on the left is David Lean's Indian wife.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephen Pickard View Post
    In the still of the "Doctor Zhivago" reception, the unidentified lady on the left is David Lean's Indian wife.
    Only just noticed she was mentioned after all!

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    Those of us observant of the out-of the-norm film reference will notice in the Two on a Guillotine part of the Inside Daisy Clover double-bill the listing of the great Max Steiner as the music score creator. Was this score considered the last furlong of the composer's career? IMDB list it in the Two on a Guillotine credits but the Steiner biography on IMDB has no mention.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick C View Post
    Those of us observant of the out-of the-norm film reference will notice in the Two on a Guillotine part of the Inside Daisy Clover double-bill the listing of the great Max Steiner as the music score creator. Was this score considered the last furlong of the composer's career? IMDB list it in the Two on a Guillotine credits but the Steiner biography on IMDB has no mention.
    According to 'The Max Steiner Journal', published by 'The Max Steiner Music Society', his last films, in 1965, were (unfortunately not in production order):
    "Two on a Guillotine"
    "FBI Code 98"
    "Those Calloways" (Disney)

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    Front & back cover of the souvenir brochure sold at the Casino Cinerama Theatre, Old Compton Street, London for the film's Roadshow Presentation.



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    Part Two:


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