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I met Mr Bolger when I was an interpreter/guide at Tehran's Film Festival in Iran in 1977. He and his wife were utterly charming. I told Mr Bolger that, although much fuss was being made over his role in "The Wizard of Oz" (he confided that he was getting a bit fed up with doing his "scarecrow stance" over and over again for photographers), I had preferred his performance in "Where's Charley?" He said, "Oh, my dear, I'm so pleased. That was my favourite film." He went on to tell me how much he'd enjoyed making the film in my native England. The film, a musical version of "Charley's Aunt" was so very well done. I do hope it's released on DVD or VHS at some point. It's so worth seeing again.
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