Arabesque (1966) was a Thriller/Suspense - Adventure Film directed by Stanley Donen and produced by Stanley Donen and Denis Holt.
Arabesque: Stanley Donen's Follow-up to CharadeBy Rick29 on Sep 14, 2020 From Classic Film & TV Cafe
Sophia Loren as Yasmin. Oxford University professor David Pollack (Gregory Peck) is ill-prepared for spies, murder, and abduction when he agrees to translate a hieroglyphic message. On the plus side, he rather enjoys spending time with an exotic beauty named Yasmin (Sophia Loren), who may be workin... Read full article
Arabesque (1966) with Gregory Peck and Sophia LorenBy 4 Star Film Fan on Feb 5, 2020 From 4 Star Films
I was trying to recall if the actual word “arabesque” was ever uttered in the movie. Granted, in a narrative like this, it’s just as easy for something to fly over your head. There’s comparable lingo bandied about pertaining to ciphers and hieroglyphs, mentioned in the contex... Read full article
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A sequence involving eye drops being dropped into an eye was donated by Stanley Donen to the John Hopkins Medical School 'Ophthalmic Division' for research purposes.
The part of David Pollock was originally written for Cary Grant. When Gregory Peck had trouble getting the humor right in a line, he'd smile and tell director Stanley Donen "Remember, I'm no Cary Grant."
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