Wednesday, November 28, 2007

THE MASK - Applebaum/Schaeffer - "Main Theme" (1961)

"The Mask" was the first Canadian film with widespread U.S. distribution, and like a lot of other Canadian films, Louis Applebaum was the man behind the music for this way past wild quasi-3-D production. His talents combined with the electronic contributions of Myron Schaeffer made for one craaazzy film that was freaky insane nutzoid creepy in 1961 & hasn't changed much since then! Beware what you ingest before imbibing in this festival of 'what in the hell was that'! And not to forget, "PUT THE MASK ON, PUT THE MASK ON NOW!!!" Yeah, I know you were expecting Jim Carrey, Sorry, but this is the REAL thing! Here's the music from the main title credits of "The Mask."

The Mask

2 comments:

Skipper Bartlett said...

Fantastic movie and one hell of a kick ass blog you've got here! Keep up the great work

Greg Goodsell said...

I dig the 3-D scenes! Really surreal and the way 3-D ought to be!

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