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The Seminal 1959 Film To Which Everything From "A Hard Day's Night", "Help!" And "Monty Python's Flying Circus" Traces Its Comedic And Conceptual Tracks Back To - Plus The 1956 Film Adaptation Of The Famous "Goon Show" Radio Series Episode, Presented In The Highest DVD Quality MPG Video Format Of 9.1 MBPS As An Archival Quality All Regions Format DVD, MP4 Video Download Or USB Flash Drive! #GoonShow #TheGoonShow #RunningJumpingStandingStill #TheRunningJumpingStandingStillFilm #TheCaseOfTheMukkineseBattleHorn #DickLester #PeterSellers #RichardLester #SpikeMilligan #MarioFabrizi #DavidLodge #LeoMcKern #GrahamStark #JonPenington #HarryBotth #LarryStephens #HenryCrun #Eccles #PamelaThomas #BillHeppers #WallyThomas #GordonPhillot #Movies #Film #MotionPictures #BritishCinema #CinemaOfTheUK #DVD #VideoDownload #MP4 #USBFlashDrive
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THE RUNNING JUMPING & STANDING STILL FILM:
A plotless, dialogueless "home movie" short, shot with the great Peter Seller's own hand-held comera and a budget of 70 Pounds Sterling, whose stream-of-conciousness collage of sight-gags and unconventional goofiness unintentionally went on to define British humor for an entire generation. It was nominated for an Academy Award, and was a favourite of The Beatles, which led to Lester's being hired to direct "A Hard Day's Night" and then "Help!".
Direction: Dick Lester, Peter Sellers. Production:: Peter Sellers. Writers: Richard Lester, Spike Milligan, Peter Sellers. Cast: Richard Lester, Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan. Mario Fabrizi. David Lodge, Leo McKern, Graham Stark (Black/White, 1959, 10:43).
THE CASE OF THE MUKKINESE BATTLE-HORN:
Filmed in 'Schizophrenoscope' ("The New Split-Screen"), another exceedlingly rare film featuring the comic geniuses of "Goonies" Peter Sellers and Spike Milligan in an adaptation of a beloved "Goon Show" radio series episode. One can at once perceive the on-screen magic that each of them was to wield to such great success in years to come - for Peter Sellers, on the big screen, in his legendary "Pink Panther" and other movie comedies - for Milligan, the broadcast television screen that was to host the landmark mid-1960s "Q" series that extended the boundaries of television to limits that still remain in place to this day.
Direction: Joseph Sterling. Production:: Harry Booth, Michael Deeley, Jon Penington. Writers: Harry Booth, Spike Milligan, Jon Penington, Peter Sellers, Larry Stephens. Cast: Peter Sellers - Narrator, Superintendant Quilt, Assistant Commissioner Sir Jervis Fruit, Henry Crun. Spike Milligan - Eccles. Dick Emery - Mr. Nodule. Also starring Pamela Thomas, Bill Hepper, Wally Thomas, Gordon Phillott (Black/White, 1956, 28:17).