Donald Macleod introduces classic scores from the twilight years of the Hollywood studio system, including Dial M for Murder, A Place in the Sun and Psycho.
"Sound of Cinema" continues as Donald Macleod's exploration of The Golden Age draws to a conclusion with some classic scores from the twilight years of the Hollywood studio system. Even though the big studios were facing strong competition from the independent sector and television, the demand for film music continued to produce some remarkable scores, with Franz Waxman notably winning academy awards in successive years for "Sunset Boulevard" and "A Place in the Sun" and Bernard Herrmann providing one of the most famous soundtracks of all time for Hitchcock's thriller "Psycho". With guest John Wilson.
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