Seminal Image #1105

It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World
(Stanley Kramer; 1963)

4 comments:

Martin said...

Too bad Paul Ford's role wasn't larger. Of course, that goes for Buster Keaton, as well.

Tom Sutpen said...

Actually, Keaton's role was somewhat larger. There's a restored scene on the new Criterion edition, where Spencer Tracy has a phone conversation with Keaton, hiring the boat to take him to Mexico once he makes off with the $350,000. Unfortunately, the picture element is still nowhere to be found, so it's audio-only . . . but it's there.

gerry said...

A wonderful who's who of comedians at the time.

Terry Lennox said...

Be sure to check out Jonathan Winters' gonzo-destruction of a gas station...It has entered cult status...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w3DOHvR1-yw