One More Time (1970 film)
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|One More Time|
|Directed by||Jerry Lewis|
|Produced by||Milton Ebbins|
|Written by||Michael Pertwee|
|Starring||Sammy Davis, Jr.
|Music by||Les Reed|
|Distributed by||United Artists|
One More Time is a comedy film, directed by Jerry Lewis and starring Sammy Davis, Jr. and Peter Lawford. It was filmed in 1969 and released in May, 1970 by United Artists. It is a sequel to the 1968 film Salt and Pepper.
Chris Pepper (Peter Lawford) and Charlie Salt (Sammy Davis Jr.) lose their nightclub and turn to Pepper's aristocratic twin brother for help. He refuses to help them, and is then found murdered. Pepper assumes his identity, and soon discovers that he was a diamond smuggler, and was murdered by his accomplices. Salt and Pepper band together to put the criminals behind bars.
- Sammy Davis, Jr. as Charles Salt
- Peter Lawford as Christopher Pepper
- Maggie Wright as Miss Tomkins
- Ester Anderson as Billie
- John Wood as Figg
- Dudley Sutton as Wilson
- Percy Herbert as Mander
- Anthony Nicholls as Candler
- Allan Cuthbertson as Belton
- Edward Evans as Gordon
- Leslie Sands as Inspector Glock
- Glyn Owen as Dennis
- Lawford plays both Pepper and Pepper's twin brother, Lord Sydney Pepper.
- This is the only film which Jerry Lewis directed but did not star in (though he does have a role as the offscreen voice of the bandleader).
- Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee have cameo roles as Baron Frankenstein and Count Dracula, respectively.
The film was released on DVD on January 25, 2005.
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