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Champagne for Caesar (1950) was a Comedy - Romance Film directed by Richard Whorf and produced by Harry M. Popkin, George Moskov and Joseph H. Nadel.

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Champagne for Caesar (1950, Richard Whorf)

on Apr 18, 2020 From The Stop Button

What?s so frustrating about Champagne for Caesar is how little the film really would?ve need to do to be a success. It just needed a rewrite. Someone to come in and fix Hans Jacoby and Frederick Brady?s script, which is usually fine but they really can?t figure out what to do with Celeste Holm. And ... Read full article

CMBA Fabulous Films of the 50s blogathon: Champagne for Caesar (1950)

By Caftan Woman on May 25, 2014 From Caftan Woman

The Classic Movie Blog Association sponsors the Fabulous Films of the 50s blogathon from May 22 to May 26. So many great movies and so many great posts. Ronald Colman stars as Beauregard Bottomley, the last scholar, in the delightful 1950 comedy Champagne for Caesar. As always, Colman is perf... Read full article

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[Burnbridge Waters is interviewing Beauregard Bottomley for a job]
Burnbridge Waters: I'm thinking of introducing onto the market an all-purpose cake of soap that can also be used to clean teeth.
Beauregard Bottomley: [laughs] I see, sort of a foaming at the mouth approach, eh?
Burnbridge Waters: [not amused at all] You would have started tomorrow.
Beauregard Bottomley: That would have been fine, but aren't we using a strange tense - would have?
Burnbridge Waters: No sir, we are not.

Beauregard Bottomley: [on phone in Flame O'Neal's apartment] Miss O'Neal is having Bottomley trouble!
[Slams down phone]

Burnbridge Waters: We have a Frankenstein on our hands, and a very well-informed Frankenstein. He must be stopped.

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Facts about

Acting debut of Art Linkletter. (He played himself in his first film, People Are Funny.)
The title refers to Beauregard Bottomley's alcohol-loving parrot Caesar, voiced by Mel Blanc.
"The Screen Guild Theater" broadcast a 60 minute radio adaptation of the movie on October 5, 1950 with Ronald Colman, Vincent Price, Barbara Britton and Art Linkletter reprising their film roles.
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