How to Steal a Million (1966)

How to Steal a Million (1966), directed by William Wyler.

Slow moving caper comedy, a residue of the imitation-Hitchcock genre that includes Charade (1963) and Arabesque (1966). Audrey Hepburn and Peter O'Toole are always appealing, and he can do the Cary Grant gentleman burglar thing, although he is more convincing as a madman like Lawrence or Lord Jim.

A bit of early product placement: Hepburn's fashions (some of which are hideous) are credited to Givenchy, and when she has to wear scrub-woman disguise, O'Toole tells her "it gives Givenchy a night off."

"Johnny" Williams score.