One More Time (1970)

93 mins | Comedy | May 1970

Director:

Jerry Lewis

Writer:

Michael Pertwee

Producer:

Milton Ebbins

Cinematographer:

Ernest Steward

Editor:

W. J. Butler

Production Designer:

Jack Stevens
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HISTORY

Released in Great Britain in Dec 1970. Film is a sequel to Salt and Pepper , q. ... More Less

Released in Great Britain in Dec 1970. Film is a sequel to Salt and Pepper , q. v. More Less

CAST
PRODUCTION CREDITS
NAME
PARENT COMPANY
DISTRIBUTION COMPANY
NAME
CREDITED AS
CREDIT
DIRECTOR
PRODUCERS
Exec prod
Exec prod
WRITER
PHOTOGRAPHY
Dir of photog
ART DIRECTORS
Prod des
Asst art dir
FILM EDITOR
Film ed
SET DECORATOR
Set dresser
COSTUMES
Ward
MUSIC
Mus & mus dir
VISUAL EFFECTS
MAKEUP
Makeup
Hairdresser
PRODUCTION MISC
Prod mgr
Prod mgr
SOURCES
SONGS
"One More Time," words and music by Les Reed and Jackie Rae
"Where Do I Go From Here?," words and music by Les Reed and Geoff Stephens
"When the Feeling Hits You," words and music by Bobby Doyle, sung by Sammy Davis, Jr.
DETAILS
Release Date:
May 1970
Copyright Claimant:
Chrislaw Productions
Copyright Date:
27 May 1970
Copyright Number:
LP37959
Physical Properties:
Sound
Color
De Luxe
Duration(in mins):
93
Country:
United States
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Charlie Salt and Chris Pepper, owners of the Salt and Pepper Club, turn to Chris's influential twin brother, Lord Sydney Pepper, when their nightclub is closed by the police. Lord Sydney refuses to help pay the fine, but Chris manages to enjoy some good times in London's fashionable night spots by posing as his wealthy brother. Chris returns to Lord Sydney in a second attempt to borrow money, but finds his brother has been murdered. Seizing the opportunity, Chris changes clothing with the corpse and declares that it is Chris who has died. The Salt and Pepper Club holds an elaborate funeral for its owner, and the new Lord Sydney invites Charlie to his mansion for a reconciliation and offers his unsuspecting former partner a job as controller of the estate. Eventually, Charlie learns "Lord Sydney"'s true identity, and the two of them discover that Chris's brother was a diamond smuggler murdered by accomplices who now believe Lord Sydney to still be alive. Following a hectic chase after the murderers, the police take over, leaving Salt and Pepper free to resume their pleasure-seeking ... +


Charlie Salt and Chris Pepper, owners of the Salt and Pepper Club, turn to Chris's influential twin brother, Lord Sydney Pepper, when their nightclub is closed by the police. Lord Sydney refuses to help pay the fine, but Chris manages to enjoy some good times in London's fashionable night spots by posing as his wealthy brother. Chris returns to Lord Sydney in a second attempt to borrow money, but finds his brother has been murdered. Seizing the opportunity, Chris changes clothing with the corpse and declares that it is Chris who has died. The Salt and Pepper Club holds an elaborate funeral for its owner, and the new Lord Sydney invites Charlie to his mansion for a reconciliation and offers his unsuspecting former partner a job as controller of the estate. Eventually, Charlie learns "Lord Sydney"'s true identity, and the two of them discover that Chris's brother was a diamond smuggler murdered by accomplices who now believe Lord Sydney to still be alive. Following a hectic chase after the murderers, the police take over, leaving Salt and Pepper free to resume their pleasure-seeking life. +

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AFI Life Achievement Award

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