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Mr. Men is a 1967 comedy film written, co-produced and directed by Roger Hargreaves and starring the ensemble cast of Peter Sellers, David Niven, Jack Watson, Kenny Baker and others. The film follows the skits of Mr. Men and the Little Misses on their lives.

Produced by Hargreaves' production company Gidney/Blanko Productions, the film premiered at the Radio City Music Hall on 21 January 1967 and in the United States on 25 January, and was released in the United Kingdom on 3 February, to critical and commercial success. Grossing $93 million against a $21 million budget in the box office, its success has prompted the film to spawn a series of children's books and animated television series. At the 21st British Academy Film Awards, Mr. Men was nominated for a BAFTA Award for Best Film.

For the original mix, Norman Wanstall, Harry Miller, Colin Miller, John Peverill, Peter Pennell, Jim Hopkins, Chris Greenham, Jim Shields, Richard Best Jr., Brian Hickin and Nicholas Stevenson contributed as Dubbing Editors. For the 2008 5.1 Surround sound mix, Wong Sound Effects Studio provided Post-Production Sound Services; Jenny Zeng served as Sound Designer. Magriet van der Byl and Benny Lee were the Supervising Sound Editors, Kwan Ka-Wai and Brandon Burton were the Sound Effects Editors, while Tim Lehmann and Amy Gu served as Re-Recording Mixers and Travis Liu and Hung Wing Sze performed Foley edited by Cedric Sartorius.

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The adventures of the Mr. Men and the Little Misses featuring British actors Peter Sellers, David Niven, Kenny Baker, Woody Allen, Brian Blessed, Tracy Reed, Lois Maxwell and Audrey Hepburn.

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