Arthur Hiller's 1964 The Americanization of Emily has always been a special film to me. Released in 1964, and in black & white, it captured an era when Hollywood was beginning to change.
Led by James Garner, an actor whose work I always enjoy seeing, and Julie Andrews -- released between two musicals in which she had starred.
Representing the older generation, the incomparable Melvyn Douglas.
I believe I mentioned black & white. Beautifully photographed by Philip Lathrop.
What's important is that that beautiful black & white photography has been rendered, well.
A terrific Blu-ray and a film that stands the test of time magnificently.
Did I mention a screenplay by Paddy Chayefsky?
Working from a prime visual element, dupes and field enlargements are obvious. Original photography - gorgeous.
Image - 5
Audio - 5