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R44 – The Party ring

R44 – The Party ring


Inspired by one of my all-time favourite films staring Peter Sellers, a must see…
The minimal plot involves Sellers playing a well-meaning but hapless Indian actor who is accidentally invited to a lavish Hollywood party, causing havoc.

Hrundi V. Bakshi (Peter Sellers) is a seemingly nameless and faceless actor from India brought to Hollywood for a role in a film similar to Gunga Din. Unfortunately, he manages to blow up the set before the cameras are rolling, ruining the entire film. The director (Herbert Ellis) is beside himself, fires Bakshi immediately and wants him blacklisted. However, instead of being blacklisted, Bakshis name is accidentally written on the guest list of the studio boss party.

The films interiors were shot on a set, at the MGM lot. The original script was only 56-60 pages in length. Blake Edwards later said it was the shortest script he ever shot from, and the majority of the content in the film was improvised on set.

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