The notion of imaginary nostalgia rears its potentially intriguing head in my consideration of an interesting package of three very early Peter Sellers films compiled, with love and conscientiousness as usual, by the fine folks across the pond at BFI. One of Sellers most interesting abilities as a performer was his ability to make himself look older without what appeared to be an inordinate amount of effort and/or makeup; over at right we see him in his role as "The Major" in Penny Points To Paradise, the main feature of the BFI package. The film was released in 1951, when Sellers was all of twenty-six years of age. Elsewhere in the package he rather resembles a certain McManus of musical bent. Further thoughts are posted in the Foreign DVD Report at The Daily Notebook, as is my weekly custom.