Champagne for Caesar 71 years old

When jobless genius Beauregard Bottomley interviews with Burnbridge Waters for a position at Waters' soap company, the owner rudely turns Bottomley down. As revenge, Bottomley enters a TV quiz show that Waters' company sponsors, with the goal of winning until he bankrupts the businessman. When Bottomley keeps acing the questions, becoming a media sensation, Waters desperately calls on vixen Flame O'Neal to uncover Bottomley's area of weakness.

Credits

Mel Blanc
Mel Blanc

Caesar (voice)

Ronald Colman
Ronald Colman

Beauregard Bottomley

Robert Clarke
Robert Clarke

Actor in Movie at Drive-In

Vincent Price
Vincent Price

Burnbridge Waters

Byron Foulger
Byron Foulger

Gerald

Bess Flowers
Bess Flowers

Backstage Woman at Hollywood Bowl

Champagne for Caesar Cast

Name Character
Vincent Price He was 39, 82 years old when he died as Burnbridge Waters
Peter Brocco He was 47, 89 years old when he died as Fortune Teller
Celeste Holm She was 33, 95 years old when she died as Flame O'Neill
Ronald Colman He was 59, 67 years old when he died as Beauregard Bottomley
Robert Clarke He was 29, 85 years old when he died as Actor in Movie at Drive-In
Mel Blanc He was 41, 81 years old when he died as Caesar (voice)
Lyle Talbot He was 48, 94 years old when he died as Executive No. 2
Barbara Britton She was 30, 60 years old when she died as Gwenn Bottomley
Art Linkletter He was 37, 97 years old when he died as Happy Hogan
John Eldredge He was 45, 57 years old when he died as Executive No. 1
Byron Foulger He was 50, 70 years old when he died as Gerald
Douglas Evans He was 46, 64 years old when he died as Radio Announcer
Bess Flowers She was 51, 85 years old when she died as Backstage Woman at Hollywood Bowl
Larry Steers He was 62, 63 years old when he died as Television Viewer
Herbert Lytton He was 52, 83 years old when he died as Chuck Johnson
George Meader He was 42, 87 years old when he died as Mr. Brown
Jack Daly He was 34, 72 years old when he died as Scratch (T Man)
Lee Phelps He was 56, 59 years old when he died as Neighbor
George Fisher He was 20, 9 years old when he died as Announcer
Brian O'Hara He was 31, now 39 years old as Buck (T Man)
George Leigh He was 244, 55 years old when he died as Executive No. 3
Rose Plumer She was 74, 79 years old when she died as Little Bo-Peep
Sayre Dearing He was 50, 79 years old when he died as Audience Extra

Champagne for Caesar Crew

Name Department
Leon Chooluck as Assistant Director. He was 30 (81) years old when He died Directing
Hans Jacoby as Screenplay. He was 45 (59) years old when He died Writing
Hans Jacoby as Story. He was 45 (59) years old when He died Writing
Paul Ivano as Director of Photography. He was 49 (83) years old when He died Camera
Ted Larsen as Makeup Artist. He was 37 (now 34) years old Costume & Make-Up
George Parrish as Orchestrator. He was 22 (now 93) years old Sound
Jacques Mapes as Set Decoration. Art
Joseph H. Nadel as Associate Producer. He was 57 (58) years old when He died Production
Harry M. Popkin as Executive Producer. Production
Scotty Rackin as Hairstylist. Costume & Make-Up
Frederick Brady as Screenplay. Writing
Frederick Brady as Story. Writing
Richard Whorf as Director. He was 43 (60) years old when He died Directing
Hugh Bennett as Editor. Editing
George Moskov as Producer. He was 56 (76) years old when He died Production
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Champagne for Caesar (71 years)

  • Release day: Thursday, May 11, 1950
  • Runtime: 99 minutes