Part of the A Tribute To Richard Donner Season
Rome, Italy, June 6, 1966, 6:00 am. Robert Thorn (Gregory Peck) is an American diplomat who hurries to a local hospital where his pregnant wife (Lee Remick) is going into labor. When he gets to the hospital, he is informed that his child was a stillbirth. And that's just the beginning...
Jerry Goldsmith won his first and only Academy Award with his thrilling score to Richard Donner's horror masterpiece. His main title cue, Ave Satani, became synonymous with the genre and Goldsmith would go on to score the second and third films in the eventual trilogy.
Director: Richard Donner
Cast: Gregory Peck, Lee Remick, David Warner.
Running Time: 111 minutes