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Synopsis

THE MEPHISTO WALTZ, 1971, 20th Century Fox, 109 min. Dir. Paul Wendkos. One of the most stylish horror films ever made. Music journalist Alan Alda finds himself in the clutches of a satanic cult after interviewing an unnaturally gifted concert pianist (Curt Jurgens). Jacqueline Bisset, Barbara Parkins and Bradford Dillman co-star in this truly chilling drug-induced nightmare of a movie with composer Jerry Goldsmith's frightening adaptation of Liszt’s “Mephisto Waltz.”<br /> THE BURGLAR, 1957, Sony Repertory, 90 min. Dir. Paul Wendkos. Writer David Goodis' guilt-laden caper yarn is given a fully-stylized visual workout by whiz-kid director Wendkos in one of the last films of the 1950s to capture the fatalistic feel of classic noir. With Dan Duryea, Jayne Mansfield, Martha Vickers.