Casino Royale (1967)

To the Laird!

Sir James (David Niven) avoids the drugged drinks at a wild Scottish party that ends with a room full of passed out women and bagpipe players.

Directed by John Huston, Robert Parrish, Richard Talmadge, Joseph McGrath, Val Guest, and Ken Hughes.

Released in 1967 by MGM.

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  • primary-genre: Comedy
  • primary-genre: Classics
  • primary-genre: Action and Adventure
  • secondary-genre: Spoofs and Satire
  • secondary-genre: Best of British Humor
  • secondary-genre: Classics
  • secondary-genre: Classic Action & Adventure
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  • secondary-genre: Classic Comedies
  • mood: Suspenseful
  • mood: Funny
  • prop: Drink
  • setting: Party
  • actor: David Niven
  • actor: Deborah Kerr
  • director: John Huston
  • director: Robert Parrish
  • director: Richard Talmadge
  • director: Joseph McGrath
  • director: Val Guest
  • director: Ken Hughes
  • producer: John Dark
  • producer: Charles K. Feldman
  • producer: Jerry Bresler
  • cinematographer: Jack Hildyard
  • composer: Burt Bacharach
  • editor: Bill Lenny
  • costume-designer: Anna Duse
  • costume-designer: Julie Harris
  • production-designer: Michael Stringer
  • role-name: Sir James Bond
  • role-name: Agent Mimi aka Lady Fiona
  • screenwriter: Terry Southern
  • screenwriter: Val Guest
  • screenwriter: John Law
  • screenwriter: Michael Sayers
  • screenwriter: Peter Sellers
  • screenwriter: Joseph Heller
  • screenwriter: Ian Fleming
  • screenwriter: Woody Allen
  • screenwriter: Wolf Mankowitz
  • screenwriter: Ben Hecht
  • screenwriter: Billy Wilder
  • year: 1967
  • studio: MGM