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Salt and Pepper (1968)





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Two steadfast members of Frank Sinatra's self-styled "clan," Peter Lawford and Sammy Davis Jr., are the stars of Salt and Pepper. The boys run a swinging nightclub in London's Soho district (which explains their awful "mod" wardrobe) and also reluctantly double as secret agents. Their current assignment is to put the kibosh on a half-baked military officer (John LeMesurier), who plans to hijack a nuclear sub and hold England captive. The film is securely locked into the 1960s, with weird camera angles and out-of-focus optical effects, plenty of compliant young miniskirted damsels, and Bondlike action highlights. Salt and Pepper was followed two years later by a sequel, imaginatively titled One More Time. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

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Peter Lawford
as Christopher Pepper
Michael Bates
as Inspector Crabbe
Ilona Rodgers
as Marianne Renaud
John Le Mesurier
as Col. Woodstock
Graham Stark
as Sgt. Walters
Ernest Clark
as Col. Balsom
Jeanne Roland
as Mai Ling
Robert Dorning
as Club Secretary
Geoffrey Lumsden
as Foreign Secretary
William Mervyn
as Prime Minister
Llewellyn Rees
as "Fake" Prime Minister
Mark Singleton
as "Fake" Home Secretary
Michael Trubshawe
as "Fake" First Lord
Francisca Tu
as Tsai Chan
Jeremy Lloyd
as Lord Ponsonby
Ivor Dean
as Police Commissioner
Brian Harrison
as 1st Policeman
Harry Hutchinson
as Manservant
Max Faulkner
as Lieutenant
Nicholas Smith
as Constable
Joe Wadham
as Col. Woodstock's Aide
Sammy Davis Jr.
as Charles Salt
Sean Lynch
as Blackjack Player
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