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Casino Royale 1967

Casino Royale ★ 1967

The product of five directors, three writers and a mismatched cast of dozens, this virtually plotless spoof of James Bond films can stand as one of the low-water marks for 1960s comedy. And yet, there are some marvelous bits within, scenes of bizarre hilarity. Welles and Sellers literally couldn't stand the sight of one another, and their scenes together were filmed separately, with stand-ins. 130m/C VHS, DVD . David Niven, Woody Allen, Peter Sellers, Ursula Andress, Orson Welles, Jacqueline Bisset, Deborah Kerr, Peter O’Toole, Jean-Paul Belmondo, Charles Boyer, Joanna Pettet, John Huston, William Holden, George Raft, Kurt Kasznar, Terence Cooper, Barbara Bouchet, Anna Quayle, Geoffrey Bayldon, Duncan MacRae, Burt Kwouk, David Prowse, Caroline Munro; D: John Huston, Ken Hughes, Robert Parrish, Val Guest, Joseph McGrath; W: Wolf Mankowitz, John Law, Michael Sayers; C: Jack Hildyard; M: Burt Bacharach.

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