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The Mouse That Roared (26-Oct-1959)

Director: Jack Arnold

Writers: Roger MacDougall; Stanley Mann

From novel: The Mouse that Roared by Leonard Wibberley

Keywords: Comedy, Explosions

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
William Hartnell
Actor
8-Jan-1908 23-Apr-1975 The First Doctor Who
David Kossoff
Actor
24-Nov-1919 23-Mar-2005 The Mouse That Roared
Leo McKern
Actor
16-Mar-1920 23-Jul-2002 Travelling North, Rumpole of the Bailey
Jean Seberg
Actor
13-Nov-1938 8-Sep-1979 Saint Joan
Peter Sellers
Actor
8-Sep-1925 24-Jul-1980 Inspector Clouseau
Austin Willis
Actor
1917 4-Apr-2004 Adm. Fox on Seaway

REVIEWS

Review by rickytic from Falls Church,VA (posted on 12-Feb-2005)

A small fictitious principality in dire need of funds, headed by a eccentrically funny Queen (Peter Sellers) come up with the idea to declare WAR on the USA, with the planned intention of immediately surrendering. This would then make it possible for them to claim reparations, thus solving their monetary insolvency. What they fail to account for is hilarious and quite entertaining romp through New York City. Peter Sellers is resplendent in his multi acting roles within this film.

Shot in B/W, the film is rich and well directed and produced. Kids today to not appreciate films not shot in color, and for those it might be time for a competent remake of this classic.

Rent the film, get a big bowl of popcorn, sit back and enjoy this hilarious farce!


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