Monte Carlo or Bust

Monte Carlo Or Bust

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Monte Carlo or Bust is a 1969 comedy film. The story is based on the Monte Carlo Rally - first raced in 1911 - and the film recalls this general era, set in the 1920s. The film is a British/French/Italian co-production, and was released in the US under the title Those Daring Young Men in Their Jaunty Jalopies. The animation in the film, 'big, bold, slapdash', was the work of Ronald Searle.

The film is a big lavish all-star film, (Paramount put $10 million into the film), The Movie that changed my Life , with Joe Brown, BBC Radio 2, 21 August 2009 a comedy caper, an epic car rally across Europe that involves a lot of eccentric charcacters from all over the world who will stop at nothing to win.

The film was a sequel to the 1965 hit Those Magnificent Men in their Flying Machines. Like the earlier film, it was written by Ken Annakin and Jack Davies and directed by Annakin, with music by Ron Goodwin. Some of the cast from the first film also returned, including Gert Fröbe, Eric Sykes and Terry-Thomas; the latter appeared as the son of the character he had played in the earlier film. Tony Curtis and Susan Hampshire played other contestants in the race.

The film was originally intended to be called Monte Carlo and All That Jazz. The American distributors Paramount Pictures re-titled it Those Daring Young Men in Their Jaunty Jalopies for the U.S. release.


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