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24 January 1968 (USA) See more »

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1.33 : 1
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George Sanders and Robert Stack had appeared years earlier in another television adaptation of "Laura", broadcast on the anthology series "The 20th Century Fox Hour", playing the same roles they did in the 1968 TV version. That 1950s version, which runs only an hour, is sometimes rebroadcast on the Fox Movie Channel as part of their series "Hour of Stars". See more »


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A Young Waldo Lydecker
8 September 2009 | by swimmerscoutSee all my reviews

I remember the evening that Laura was on, as if it were yesterday. I was a 7 year old all things Kennedy fan and prepared for HRH Lee by taking my bath early and nestling in front of the black and while set in my pajamas and robe. In retrospect, I was an uber gay Waldo Lydecker...dreaming of the day when I could type my column while soaking in the bath.

At 7, I had already seen the original film and found it mesmerizing. I found this version, and Lee's acting, incredible. However, considering I was 7, I don't know that my memory is firing on all cylinders in terms of recall. Was it good? Was it as bad as others recall? We must find a copy...and you know Lee has one. Release it. Release it.

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