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Carlton-Browne of the F.O.

Peter Sellers is Amphibulos, the corrupt Prime Minister of a small Pacific Island. He hopes to profit from renewed interest in the island from the British, in the wake of the death of the island's king and the number of valuable mineral deposits being found on the island. Carlton-Browne (Terry-Thomas) is the hapless man from the Foreign Office sent to re-establish friendly relations with the idealistic heir to the throne (Ian Bannen). "Much of the dialogue is brilliantly witty." - Variety.

Year: 1958
Genre: Comedy, Classic Comedy, Classic Cinema
Country: UK
Director: Roy Boulting
Starring: Peter Sellers, Terry-Thomas
Duration: 86 Minutes
Rating: G
Location in store: Classic Comedy

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