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Champagne for Caesar

1950 ‧ Comedy/Satire ‧ 1h 39m
7.4/10 · IMDb 79% · JustWatch 3.5/5 · Letterboxd
When jobless genius Beauregard Bottomley (Ronald Colman) interviews with Burnbridge Waters (Vincent Price) for a position at Waters' soap company, the owner rudely turns Bottomley down. As revenge, Bottomley enters a TV quiz show that Waters'...
Initial release: May 11, 1950
Director: Richard Whorf
Production; company: Cardinal Pictures
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Champagne for Caesar is a 1950 American comedy film about a quiz show contestant. It was directed by Richard Whorf and written by Fred Brady and Hans Jacoby ... Plot · Reception · Cast
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This offbeat comedy is both entertaining and interesting. Ronald Coleman is sympathetic and amusing as the meek genius who threatens to drive a popular quiz ...
Rating (83)
In CHAMPAGNE FOR CAESAR, Ronald Colman has the lead as know-it-all Beauregard Bottomley and Vincent Price co-stars as Burnbridge Waters-- the owner of Milady ...
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Jan 11, 2016 · When jobless genius Beauregard Bottomley (Ronald Colman) interviews with Burnbridge Waters (Vincent Price) for a position at Waters' soap ... Release Date (Streaming): Jan 11, 2016
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May 11, 2021 · Check out this fun faux period-style trailer about the sparkling comedy classic, Champagne for ...Duration: 3:04
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Champagne for Caesar (1950) Directed by Richard Whorf. Ronald Colman, Celeste Holm, Vincent Price, Art Linkletter, Barbara Britton and Mel Blanc as Caesar.
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When jobless genius Beauregard Bottomley interviews with Burnbridge Waters for a position at Waters' soap company, the owner rudely turns Bottomley down.