Film composer John Williams has been awarded just about every music award you can think of, including being one of the great Oscar winners of all time.
However, there are a few Williams scores that fly under the radar just a bit. One of his early scores was for a relatively unknown Alfred Hitchcock film called Family Plot. In 1972, he wrote the soundtrack for a Robert Altman film called Images. He scored Alan J. Pakula's 1990 legal drama, Presumed Innocent. And in 1991, he wrote the music for Oliver Stone's conspiracy-thriller, JFK.
On this week's Flicks in Five, we'll hear some of John Williams' dark, often overlooked score, for JFK.