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Tag: Peter Sellers

Too Many Crooks (1959)

I can’t think of a better way to sit back and have a good laugh then to see the supreme cad, Terry-Thomas, itching to hold on to every last penny […]

Timbuktu (1959)

With a smile that’s bigger than life and the he-man brawn to match, Victor Mature flexes his heroic tendencies opposite sexy Yvonne De Carlo for a director who has steadily […]

The Atomic Kid (1954)

Blake Edwards. That name was synonymous with The Pink Panther series in my house growing up laughing till I cried while watching the antics of Inspector Clouseau as enacted by the comedic […]

The Battle of the Sexes (1960)

It’s a title that can be applied to more than just this black and white British comedy but it’s one that fits as we see a timid Peter Sellers faced with […]

A*P*E (1976)

If Dino De Laurentiis can present a full scale remake of 1933’s classic, King Kong, than surely writer/producer/director, Paul Leder, can launch this wanna be Kong via the Korean film […]

Bank Shot (1974)

Sporting perhaps the bushiest set of eyebrows worn by what I would call one of the more macho actors of his generation, George C. Scott lands above the title billing for the lead role […]

Sunset (1988)

If memory serves, director Blake Edwards tale of real life characters in the early days of Hollywood took a pounding from critics at the time of it’s release. I’m not […]

The Film Posters of Fu Manchu

Sax Rohmer’s evil war Lord may never again find himself front and center in a feature film due to the world and our incessant need for politcal correctness. Does that […]

Salt and Pepper (1968)

Swinging London of the late sixties plays host to another spoof of the spy genre with a couple of real live Rat Pack members to add that dash of salt […]

Your Past is Showing (1957)

aka The Naked Truth “I’ve always considered murder to be rather un-English. I mean, one’s got to draw the line somewhere, hasn’t one? ” Another well written line for the […]

After the Fox (1966)

Film pairings can sometimes make for strange bedfellows and this hilarious at times flick does just that. From director Vittorio de Sica comes Peter Sellers poking fun at the film […]

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