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Around The World In 80 Days (10/12)

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Uploaded on May 27, 2011

Adaptation of Jules Verne's novel about a Victorian Englishman who bets that with the new steamships and railways he can do what the title says.

The EPIC adventure from 1956, with tons of cameos from all the stars of the day.
The film's seven-minute-long animated title sequence, shown at the end of the film, was created by award-winning designer Saul Bass.

Around the World in 80 Days is a 1956 adventure film produced by the Michael Todd Company and released by United Artists. It was directed by Michael Anderson. It was produced by Michael Todd, with Kevin McClory and William Cameron Menzies as associate producers. The screenplay was written by James Poe, John Farrow and S. J. Perelman based on the classic novel of the same name by Jules Verne. The music score was composed by Victor Young, and the Todd-AO 70 mm cinematography was by Lionel Lindon. The film won multiple Academy Awards, including Best Picture.

David Niven - Phileas Fogg
Mario Moreno "Cantinflas" - Passepartout
Robert Newton - Mr. Fix
Shirley MacLaine - Princess Aouda

Cameo appearances:
Charles Boyer - Monsieur Gasse, balloonist
Joe E. Brown - Station Master, rural Nebraska
Martine Carol - Tourist, Paris
John Carradine - Col. Proctor Stamp, San Francisco
Charles Coburn - Clerk, Hong Kong
Ronald Colman - Railway Official, India
Melville Cooper - Steward
Robert Cabal - Elephant Driver-Guide
Noël Coward - Hesketh-Baggott
Finlay Currie - Whist Partner
Reginald Denny - Police Chief, Bombay
Andy Devine - First Mate, S.S. Henrietta
Marlene Dietrich - Hostess, Barbary Coast Saloon
Luis Miguel Dominguín - Bullfighter
Fernandel - Coachman, Paris
Walter Fitzgerald - Club Member
John Gielgud - Mr Foster, the Butler
Hermione Gingold - Sportin' Lady
José Greco - Dancer
Sir Cedric Hardwicke - General Sir Francis Gromarty, India
Trevor Howard - Falletin
Glynis Johns - Companion
Buster Keaton - Conductor
Evelyn Keyes - Flirt
Beatrice Lillie - Revivalist, London
Peter Lorre - Steward, S.S. Carnatic
Edmund Lowe - Engineer, S.S. Henrietta
A.E. Matthews - Club Member
Mike Mazurki - Character (in Hong Kong bar)
Col. Tim McCoy - Colonel, U.S. Cavalry
Victor McLaglen - Helmsman, S.S. Henrietta
John Mills - Cabby in London
Robert Morley - Ralph (Reform club)
Alan Mowbray - Consul
Edward R. Murrow - Narrator, prologue
Jack Oakie - Captain of S.S. Henrietta
George Raft - Bouncer at Barbary Coast Saloon
Gilbert Roland - Achmed Abdullah
Cesar Romero - Henchman
Frank Sinatra - Barbary Coast Saloon Pianist
Red Skelton - Drunk, Barbary Coast saloon
Ronald Squire - Club Member
Basil Sydney - Club Member
Richard Wattis - Insp. Hunter
Harcourt Williams - Hinshaw

Extremely recommended, John Gielgud as a disgruntled butler is a gem.

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