Franco Zeffirelli’s opulent film of “Romeo and Juliet” was a blockbuster in 1968, in part thanks to Nino Rota‘s score and a theme song that became a Billboard hit. Here is my dinged up copy.
Judging by this excerpt, the film hasn’t aged all that well.
And here is Johnny Mathis crooning it.
Evokes the line, “The past is a foreign country: they do things differently there.”