Yul Brynner and Deborah Kerr produce the kiss that everyone missed in The King and I, Yul slips in some tongue? (for the good of the scene, of course), and bald men everywhere pump their fists and cheer.
I haven't watched this yet but just happened upon it on youtube and am intrigued, because I seem to be more keen on watching random Deborah Kerr movies that next to no one has heard of than watching some of the cinema classics I still need to check off my list (A Clockwork Orange, anyone?)
Trivia (from imdb):
- Ron Howard and Jason Robards' film debut
- "During filming, Yul Brynner's hand was cut by a former crazed lover who traveled across Europe to find him. There are scenes where Brynner's bandaged hand is not shown on screen and there are scenes where he is holding a prop to camouflage the hand."