Hollywood: Paramount Pictures, 1966. Two vintage black-and-white still photographs from the 1966 film. Both are reference photographs featuring director Frankenheimer on the set: one from a scene at the beach with his shooting crew, the other in a social setting with the film's star Rock Hudson.
Middle-aged banker Arthur Hamilton is given the opportunity to start a completely new life when he receives calls from his old friend Charlie. The only problem is that Charlie is supposed to be dead. Hamilton is eventually introduced to a firm that will fake his death and create an entirely new look and life for him. After undergoing physical reconstruction surgery and months of training and psychotherapy, Hamilton returns to the world in the form of artist Tony Wilson. He has a nice house in Malibu and a manservant, a company employee who is there to assist him with his adjustment. He finds that the life he had hoped for isn't quite what he expected and asks the company to go through the process with surprising results.
8 x 10 inches. Near Fine.