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BERNARD HERRMANN AT FOX VOL. 2 (CD)
Composed by: Bernard Herrmann

NEAR MINT - UNSEALED - ONLY 1 AVAILABLE

GARDEN OF EVIL, PRINCE OF PLAYERS, KING OF KHYBER RIFLES. ORIGINALS.

GARDEN OF EVIL

1. Main Title (1:36)
2. Siesta (2:03)
3. Me-Mue (2:24)
4. The Cliffs (2:03)
5. The Chasm (3:33)
6. Hooker (2:03)
7. The Mission (1:10)
8. The Circle (2:05)
9. The Night (2:38)
10. The Quarrel (1:05)
11. The Wooden Cross (1:14)
12. The Mine (1:40)
13. The Feather (1:47)
14. The Wild Party (1:09)
15. Fuller's Devotion (1:22)
16. Fuller's Plan (3:06)
17. Fuller's Death (1:49)
18. Night Scene (2:52)
19. The Chase (2:38)
20. The Cards (1:10)
21. The Ridge (1:33)
22. The Return (1:29)
23. The Sharpshooter (1:02)
24. Finale (2:33)

PRINCE OF PLAYERS

25. Prelude (2:18)
26. The Closet (2:01)
27. Homecoming (1:11)
28. The Dressing Room (1:26)
29. The Dawn (2:01)
30. The Confession (1:10)
31. John Brown (2:04)

KING OF THE KHYBER RIFLES

32. Main Title (1:53)
33. The Pass (1:37)
34. The Ruins (2:02)
35. The Storm (1:31)
36. The Dunes (2:01)
37. Nocturne (3:48)

GARDEN OF EVIL - Gary Cooper, Richard Widmark and Cameron Mitchell portray three somewhat disreputable 19th-century soldiers of fortune, en route to California to prospect for gold. Stopping over in a tiny Mexican village, the three men are hired by Susan Hayward to rescue her husband, who is trapped in a gold mine in hostile Indian territory. The threesome agree to the expedition, their interest piqued by the possibility of picking up some gold themselves. During the harrowing journey, the party's already frayed nerves are aggravated when the men become attracted to Hayward. The group arrives at the mine's location--the Garden of Evil, so named because the Indians regard it as the domain of evil spirits. During the escape, Hayward's husband (Hugh Marlowe) is killed by the Indians, as is Mitchell. Cooper and Widmark play cards to decide who will take Hayward to safety and who will cover them while they flee. Cooper wins--but later discovers that Widmark had cheated in order to sacrifice himself. Garden of Evil takes too long to get to its climax, but the Cinemascope photography and Bernard Herrmann's rich musical score make the wait worthwhile. 1954

PRINCE OF PLAYERS - Screenwriter Philip Dunne doubled as director on the elaborate filmed biography Prince of Players. Richard Burton stars as the eminent American tragedian Edwin Booth, whose life and career is thrown into turmoil after his younger brother John Wilkes Booth (John Derek) assassinates Abraham Lincoln. The film begins as the younger Edwin assists his alcoholic, ailing father Junius Brutus Booth (Raymond Massey) during a tour of the American hinterlands. When Junius dies just before a performance, Edwin goes on in his stead, thereby launching his own starring career. In danger of becoming as much of a drunk and carouser as his father, Edwin eventually pulls himself together, but his brother's act of violence turns the audience against the name of Booth. Almost booed offstage during a performance of Hamlet, Edwin stands his ground, finally earning the respect of his rowdy audience. Not exactly packed with fast action, Prince of Players will appeal most to lovers of theater in general and Shakespeare in particular. Highlight: Richard Burton and Eva LeGalleine performing the balcony scene from Romeo and Juliet in the courtyard of a brothel. 1955

KING OF THE KHYBER RIFLES - This remake of John Ford's The Black Watch (29) stars Tyrone Power as British army captain stationed in India in 1857. Shunned by his fellow officers because he is a half caste, Power defies the social structure of the era by falling in love with the daughter (Terry Moore) of his superior officer. Power proves his loyalty to the Crown by quelling an uprising, led by his Indian boyhood friend (Guy Rolfe). The actors do their best, but the storyline is trite and stilted when dwelling on matters of honor and romance. King of the Khyber Rifles works best as an action picture--and in this respect it is immensely superior to the earlier John Ford film, which almost plays like a comedy when seen today. 1953

  
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