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Peyton Place (1957) – Primary Title – Franz Waxman

Charles Gerhardt conducting the National Philharmonic Orchestra (1974).
Video Rating: 5 / 5

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9 Responses to “Peyton Place (1957) – Primary Title – Franz Waxman”

  1. ZeekWolfe1 says:

    @esb1250 This music has the same effect on me. I looked at your profile and saw that your music is my music. I mean, how many people know that Doris Day sang the definitive version of “My Secret Love?” Well., goodby now, I’m headed for my hanky box.

  2. marioskyish says:

    who killed Alison ?

  3. ourDC888 says:

    Thank you so much!

  4. esb1250 says:

    Everytime I listen to this theme,…It makes me want to start crying. I think of all the things I did as a child that I loved and the people I will never see again in this life. It makes me feel a longing for all the good things that were a part of my childhood.

  5. meego12345 says:

    This movie has been one of my favorites for many years and I never get tired of seeing it. The “part” which starts at :55 gives me such a feeling of longing and sadness of the heart. Music is a powerful thing. As is stated at the end of the movie I wish I could find the person who is looking for the love I carry within my heart.

  6. itsdaawwnn says:

    When you watch something like this, it makes todays movies so hard to watch.
    So much dreck out there now.

  7. krelllabs says:

    Total schmaltz. I love it.

  8. owsh123 says:

    This and the theme from To Kill a Mockingbird. Both are beautifully done and evoke the emotions of the film.

  9. bronxboy47 says:

    One of the most lyrically beautiful scores ever written for a movie.

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