TV Movie | | Documentary, Comedy
The test footage of Peter Sellers as Napoléon Bonaparte is from an undetermined film... possibly Stanley Kubrick's proposed 1969 film on the French emperor, which was never made. In Casino Royale (1967), Peter Sellers played Evelyn Tremble, who was supposed to impersonate James Bond. While being tested by Vesper Lynd, he was required to dress as Napoleon, which is where this footage may have come from.
This film is dedicated to the thousands of filmmakers, craftsmen, and technicians who accomplished the most difficult job in motion pictures... they made us laugh.
This film is dedicated to those thousands of filmmakers, artists, craftsmen, and technicians who accomplished the most difficult job in motion pictures...They made us laugh.
The documentary was shown both in full length and later in three installments of 47 minutes each with the same opening and closing montages repeated.