Saturday Cinema: Leading Men of the '60s and '70s

by Lynne Warfel
April 26, 2014
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Still of Cary Grant and Eva Marie Saint in North by Northwest (Courtesy of Warner Bros. Ent.)

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This week on Saturday Cinema, Lynne Warfel spotlights the leading men of the 1960s and '70s.

From Sean Connery to Gregory Peck, Cary Grant, Peter O'Toole, Robert Redford, Marlon Brando, Steve McQueen, Paul Newman and James Garner (who turned 84 on April 7), a sampling of some of their best films and film music: The Great Escape, North by Northwest, To Kill a Mockingbird and more.


Herrmann: North by Northwest
Hollywood Bowl Orchestra/Mauceri
Philips 446 681

Jarre: Lawrence of Arabia
City of Prague Philharminic/Bremner
Silva 1047

Bernstein: To Kill a Mockingbird
Royal Pops Philharmonic/Bernstein
Denon 75288

Bernstein: The Great Escape
Royal Pops Philharmonic/Bernstein
Denon 75288

Isham: A River Runs Through It
Cincinnati Pops/Kunzel
Telarc 80440

Barry: Love Theme from Out of Africa
Pittsburgh Symphony
Itzhak Perlman, violin
Sony 63005

North: Anthony and Cleopatra
Boston Pops
RCA 60392

Kaper: Main Title form Mutiny on the Bounty
Cincinnati Pops
Telarc 80319

Williams: Superman March
Boston Pops/Williams
Philips 420178

Tiomkin: Green Leaves of Summer from The Alamo
Boston Pops
Sony 48244

Bernard Herrmann: Torn Curtain
LA Philharmonic
Sony 67200