Wait Until Dark (26-Oct-1967)|
Director: Terence Young
Writers: Robert Carrington; Jane-Howard Carrington
From a play by: Frederick Knott
Music: Henry Mancini
Producer: Mel Ferrer
Keywords: Thriller, Blindness, Heroin
Three men search a blind woman's New York apartment at length, after her husband unwittingly is given a doll containing heroin by a complete stranger at the airport, all the while trying to mislead her as to their purpose. Suspenseful Hitchcockian thriller with truly unforgettable performances. Audrey Hepburn received an Oscar nomination for Best Actress.
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