Charade

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Daniel

A little naughty a little nice Just what i like to see in a movie. H

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Bob

Always a great film!!! Could watch it over & over..Seems they can't get right like the old noir films.

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Dawne

Hepburn-Givenchy collaboration definitely steals the show...

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Lena

what a great movie, great, amazing acting, lovely costumes, lovely scenery, great story :-)

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Nicole

Was so glad to find this on Kanopy after my DVD was ruined. One of my all time favorite classic movies. Audrey Hepburn's girlish charm and Cary Grant's suave demeanor never gets old!

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John

My heart beats faster with each outfit change for Audrey Hepburn. Must watch just to see her at her best.

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Jessica

What a wonderful film!! I can't get enough of it. Audrey and Cary are too charming for words

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Kym

Yet another great Audrey Hepburn movie!

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Jeremy

Maybe Reggie/Audrey had unresolved daddy issues but then again has anyone else aged as charmingly as Cary Grant? (Ok, Christopher Plummer comes close.) Not the most credible script but never a dull moment!

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Marcia

One of my favorite movies. Between the acting and music, all the actors, mystery, story, and being a Stanley Donan movies. It couldn't be better!

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Nelli

Terrible language. Very bad translation .

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Ramone

Charade gives you hope that there is still some Hollywood magic left.

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Michael

Yes there is, at least there was, in 1963. Today? Not so much.

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Jacob

You're wrong imbucile

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Jim

Wonderful romantic chemistry between Audrey Hepburn and Cary Grant. This is a charming film.

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Allie

Worth watching just for the excellent lines between AH and CG. Some really witty, entertaining banter.

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Paul

In my opinion, one of the all time great comedies (with murder), plus Audrey Hepburn is not hard to look at.

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Fritz

Great movie! I enjoyed every second of it.

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L

Fun caper

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