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Around the World in 80 Days

Around the World in 80 Days(1956)

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Trivia

  • Origin of the term "cameo", meaning in this case a small part by a famous person.
  • The following famous people appear in small parts in the film, and are credited: Red Buttons, A.E. Matthews, Alan Mowbray, Andy Devine, Basil Sydney, Beatrice Lillie, Buster Keaton, Cesar Romero, Charles Boyer, Charles Coburn, Tim McCoy, Edmund Lowe, Edward R. Murrow, Evelyn Keyes, Fernandel, Finlay Currie, Frank Sinatra, George Raft, Gilbert Roland, Glynis Johns, Harcourt Williams, Hermione Gingold, Jack Oakie, Joe E. Brown, John Carradine, John Mills, Jose Greco, Luis Miguel Dominguin, Martine Carol, Marlene Dietrich, Melville Cooper, Mike Mazurki, Noel Coward, Peter Lorre, Red Skelton, Reginald Denny, Richard Wattis, Robert Morley, Ronald Colman, Ronald Squire, Cedric Hardwicke, John Gielgud, Trevor Howard and Victor McLaglen.
  • The barge used in Bangkok belonged to the King of Thailand, who lent it to producer Michael Todd.
  • This is the second Todd-AO production (the first was Oklahoma! (1955)) shot twice, first at 24 fps (to produce the general-release version in 35 mm) and finally at 30 fps (to produce the roadshow version in 70 mm). The 35 mm version is presented in conventional 2:1 squeeze anamorphic process (incorrectly credited to Todd-AO); the 70 mm version is presented in Todd-AO.
  • The film utilized the talents of, at that time the most animals ever in any film.

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