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Release Date: 21 September 2020


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After the Fox (Blu-ray)

One of the world's greatest criminals and conmen, Aldo 'The Fox' Vanucci (Peter Sellers) has finally struck gold but to traffic his embezzled bullion he must enact his most outrageous scheme yet disguised as a neo-realist film director.

Co-starring Victor Mature and Britt Ekland, and directed by Vittorio De Sica, After the Fox is a madcap comedy caper, at once both a zany heist farce and a riotous filmmaking satire.

Special Features:

  • After the Fox: A Socially-Distanced Interview (2020): Britt Ekland looks back on the early days of her acting career and remembers the making of After the Fox
  • Peter Sellers: A Master of Disguise (2020, 10 mins): Vic Pratt revisits the enigma of Peter Sellers and his multiple roles in this video essay illustrated with promotional images for After the Fox
  • DDR Magazin Nummer 11 (1962, 12 mins): After the Fox director Vittorio De Sica paying a visit to Berlin features prominently in this fascinating East German propaganda newsreel produced in the Cold War era
  • Robbery (1987, 1 min): could this Victorian novelty reel be the earliest heist comedy?
  • The Man with the Velvet Voice: Maurice Denham (1961 + 1975, 74 mins): the mellow tones of velvet-voiced actor Maurice Denham who plays an authorative supporting role in After the Fox - ring out as clear as crystal in these two rarities from the BFI National Archive, the CFF classic The Last Rhino and BTF film, Go as You Please
  • Original theatrical trailer
  • ***FIRST PRESSING ONLY*** Illustrated booklet with new essays by Dr Deborah Allison, Howard Hughes and Vic Pratt and full film credits