Enjoy 1962 Oscar for Best Original Song, “Moon River,” as it’s played during the mysterious opening sequence to “Breakfast at Tiffany’s.” If you are interested in reading an analysis of the opening sequence, do so here.
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#OTW May 2016 Newsletter
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