Music Box Records has announced a new soundtrack album for the 1964 French war drama Weekend at Dunkirk (Week-end à Zuydcoote) directed by Henri Verneuil and starring Jean-Paul Belmondo and Catherine Spaak. The album features the expanded and remastered original score from the film composed and conducted by Academy Award winner Maurice Jarre (Lawrence of ArabiaGhost, Doctor ZhivagoNo Way Out, WitnessGorillas in the Mist, Jacob’s Ladder), including previously unreleased music and unused cues. Visit the label’s official website to check out the full album details, to check out audio samples and to order the CD, which is limited to 1,000 copies.

The label’s other new releases include a limited edition soundtrack CD featuring Philippe Sarde‘s scores for Yves Boisset’s The Boy Soldier (Allons z’enfants), Pierre Schoendoerffer’s A Captain’s Honor (L’Honneur d’un capitaine) and Georges Lautner’s The Murdered House (La Maison assassinée) (click here for the full details), as well as a soundtrack featuring Serge Gainsbourg‘s and Jean-Claude Vannier‘s music from Andre Cayatte’s The Pleasure Pit (Les Chemins de Katmandou) and  Robert Benayoun’s Paris Does Not Exist (Paris n’existe pas) (click here for the full album details).