SO FINE (Morricone)
LABEL Mask
CODE MK 703
FORMAT 1 CD

TRACKS 30
LENGTH 61' 14"

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ORIGINAL MOVIE TITLE YEAR GENRE COMPOSER FOREIGN MOVIE TITLE
SO FINE (Morricone) 1981 Comedy Morricone, Ennio JEANS DAGLI OCCHI ROSA (Morricone)
WHITE DOG (Morricone) 1982 Drama Morricone, Ennio CANE BIANCO: WHITE DOG (Morricone)

NOTES
SO FINE is a comedy about an intellectual English professor (Ryan O'Neal), son of a N.Y.C. garment manufacturer, who is dragooned into the business and inadvertently suc-ceeds with an idea for see-through jeans. Also starring giant Richard Kiel, Jack Warner and Mariangela Melato, this comedy marks Andrew Bergman's directorial debut and features a light, charming and tongue-in-cheek score by Ennio Morricone. These two origianl soun-dtracks had never been released on record to date: more than 1 hour of state-of-the-art music in first class sound quality.
Julie (Kristy McNichol) hits a handsome white dog with her car, and then nurses it back to health. One day, the therefore mild-mannered dog saves her life by viciously attacking and killing a rapist who breaks into her home. Lucy discovers now that the dog has been trai-ned to attack black skin. Directed by the late Samuel Fuller, and starring also Paul Winfield and Burl Ives, WHITE DOG Ð a cursed movie banned in many countries for its racial con-tents Ð benefits of one of the most lyrical as well as disturbing scores Morricone ever wrote.

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