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  • (1975) Album: Played acoustic ukulele on Steeleye Span's album "Commoner's Crown", on the song "New York Girls". He also contributed humorous Goon voices to the track.
  • (1963) Wrote liner notes for the original soundtrack album of The Pink Panther (1963).
  • (1965) Single: "A Hard Day's Night" (cover of The Beatles song) reached #14 on the UK charts.
  • (195l7) Single: "Any Old Iron" reached #17 on the UK charts.
  • (1961) Single: Duet with Sophia Loren, "Bangers and Mash", peaked at #22 in the UK charts.
  • (1994) CD: "Celebration of Sellers" (four-disc set).
  • Single: Recorded a comedic rendition of "Unchained Melody" which wasn't released until years afterwards.
  • (1960) Single: Duet with Sophia Loren, "Goodness Gracious Me," reached the top four on the pop charts.
  • (1970s) TV commercials: TWA Airlines.
  • (1966) Stage: His voice was used in Bill Naughton's play, "He Was Gone When They Got There," at the Mermaid Theatre in London, England, with Jerry Verno, Bernard Miles, Hilda Fenemore and Arthur Cox in the cast.
  • (4/80) TV commercials: Filmed three TV commercials for Barclays Bank shot in Dublin, Ireland; he played Monty Casino, a Jewish con artist (his last acting gig).
  • (1972) TV commercial: Foster-Grant sunglasses.
  • (4/64) First man to appear on the cover of "Playboy" magazine.
  • (1950s) Sellers, Spike Milligan, Michael Bentine and Harry Secombe performed on BBC Radio as "The Goon Show".
  • (May 2, 1968) Radio: Musikalischer Spaß mit Peter Sellers (NDR III/West-Germany)

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