In a message dated 98-05-01 10:43:42 EDT, John Doyle writes:
<< Can anyone suggest interesting examples of opening title sequences
<< that use works of art (paintings or drawings) as a background? >>
Yes, the 1944 film "Laura" (Gene Tierney, Dana Andrews) opens with a shot of
Laura's portrait on her apartment wall as the credit sequence goes by. David
Raksin's wonderfully romantic "Laura's Theme" sets the tone for this film noir
Daniel O'Brien,
Composer & Producer
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