Wednesday, September 3, 2008

PHARAOH'S CURSE - Les Baxter - "The Curse" (1957)

Well, "The Curse" seems to be working pretty dang good around these parts, right about now.

Just in case there is the slightest possibility you didn't notice, this is a "Bel-Air" production!!!!

The DVD of "Pharaoh's Curse" that Tabonga scored from a street vendor in Cairo, wouldn't play much past the five minute mark, so we can't give you all the musical thrills and pictures you and this picture deserve!

No thanx to modern technology, the Internet connection in my cave is intermittent at best until I can get some help out here, so what that all adds up to, is this quick post of the theme from the classic 1957 film, "Pharaoh's Curse!" It stands alone with an excellent soundtrack by the almighty Les Baxter! I can't imagine, what would these movies have done without him??

The real wild west, except for the fact that it's in the east, where still to this day, in certain areas, you shoot first and ask questions later!

AAAAAAAaaaaaahhhhhh!!!! Saw this for the first time in "Famous Monsters Of Filmland" magazine!!!!

What's sad is, if you search for "Pharaoh's Curse" today on the mighty Internet that can provide essential details to each and every subject available, you get this!!! Now that, my friends, is SCARY!!!

1 comment:

Greg Goodsell said...

THE Tom Weaver has an article on THE PHAROAH'S CURSE in the next issue of SCREEM magazine!

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