Wednesday, Oct 12, 2011
by Ned Wazowski
Another Saul Bass home run - Love in the afternoon (1957)
SAUL CONTRIBUTION TO THE FILM INDUSTRY AGAIN.
Selling a movie with the name of the cast is not news - producers, distributors, and investors push it all the time. But here with Love in the Afternoon (1957), Saul Bass does it with a command of design, with style! Would you trade this for some floating heads?
And, yes Mr. Bass worked often with Billy Wilder in his career.
DID YOU KNOW THAT: Maurice Chevalier used to be a farmer before he engaged in acrobatics and cabaret, he then landed in an acting career that started in 1908, and charmed the world with his with his unmistakable french accent and gallic savoir faire.
This giclée of the 1986 Roger Believe cover of Ungrateful Memory (Memoria Ingrata) is part...