Two valuable early Peter Sellers performances rescued from obscurity and reconstructed as completely as possible. Both films provide an important insight into British comedy history and specifically chart the beginning of Sellers' rise to stardom.
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Double bill of Peter Sellers comedies. In 'Penny Points to Paradise' (1951), Sellers' first screen role, he's joined by fellow Goons Spike Milligan and Harry Secombe. When Harry and Spike visit Bristol to spend the winnings from Harry's latest Pools win, the boys are soon targeted by a gang of local counterfeiters. 'Let's Go Crazy' (1951) is a short comedy film in which both Sellers and Milligan play multiple roles.
This comedy is most notable for marking the feature film debut of enormously popular comedic actor Peter Sellers. The story is set in Brighton and follows the unfortunate exploits of a man who wins a large football pool. Unfortunately, his real winnings are exchanged with counterfeit bills. Also includes the Peter Sellers comedy short LET'S GO CRAZY.