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Penny Points To Paradise / Let's Go Crazy - The Adelphi Collection Volume 1

Penny Points To Paradise / Let's Go Crazy - The Adelphi Collection Volume 1

Double bill of Peter Sellers comedies.

In Penny Points To Paradise (1951), Sellers's first screen role, he's joined by fellow Goons Spike Milligan and Harry Secombe. When Harry and Spike visit Brighton to spend the winnings from Harry's latest Pools win, the boys are soon targeted by a gang of local counterfeiters.

Let's Go Crazy (1951) is a short comedy film in which both Sellers and Milligan play multiple roles.

Also includes The Slappiest Days Of Our Lives, a comedy compilation movie narrated by Sellers for its British release.

First released: Monday 3rd August 2009

  • Distributor: BFI
  • Region: B
  • Discs: 1
  • Catalogue: BFIB1028

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  • Distributor: BFI
  • Region: 2
  • Discs: 1
  • Catalogue: BFIVD843

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