One of the things I love about this movie is the almost complete lack of music in the soundtrack. There's music during the opening credits, music during the closing credits and music during one scene when The Jackal come up from the subway and surveys the area where he will shoot his victim, but other than that, there is no dramatic score to this film. The lack of music gives the film a documentary feel to it. A great use of no music by the director of OKLAHOMA and FROM HERE TO ETERNITY - both of which depend so heavily on music.

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