From time to time, I’ll rescue some of the videos from my deceased blog. Here’s one.

Here are the opening credits and first scene from “The Day the Earth Stood Still” (1951), music by Bernard Herrmann. Dig the theremins, notice the tuba. After that, the videologist has removed the dialogue from the first scene to reveal the composer’s snazzy/sinister underpinning. The vibraphone is a particularly nice touch.