Oh, Okay Cigarjoe.
Yes, Charade airs very often. It's a film I watch about once a month. Cary Grant is the star and Peck did end up with a role that was originally meant for Grant in Arabesque as a follow up. Peck once said that he could fell Grant's fingerprints over every script he got as he knew he was getting Grant rejects.
Mirage is much rarer. Like Mr. Buddwing it deals with amnesia of the main character following a horrible tragedy. Peck is the main character. And like Garner's character in Mr. Buddwing, we don't find out what that it until near the end of the movie. That is why the one reminds me of other.
I can see why if you haven't seen Mirage in a while even if you have seen it getting the two films confused because Matthau and Kennedy are both in it and we were talking a lot about Charade when Kennedy died. Charade is called "The Beset Hitchcock movie Hitchcock never made."
Mirage's leading lady is Diane Baker.
Other actors in the movie include Kevin McCarthy, Jack Weston, and Leif Erickson.
Peter Fonda and Gregory Peck are my heroes.