Blake Edwards is a filmmaker best known for two things: 1) He is married to Julie Andrews, and 2) he directed the first Pink Panther movies. I can’t speak for his married life, but to me it’s a shame that his legacy seems to be those Peter Sellers comedies. Edwards also directed great drama (Days of Wine and Roses, Breakfast at Tiffany’s) and, I think, one of the best suspense films of the 1960s, Experiment in Terror. Go here to read my review of this 1962 chiller starring Glenn Ford and Lee Remick. Otherwise, jump right in and watch it for free by clicking here.
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