This, along with "Thank You, P.G.: The Life of P.G. Wodehouse" are extras included on DVD of two Jeeves films made by Twentieth-Century Fox back in the 1930s. Like the other extra, it consists of interviews--mostly with the exact same people and same style--including, inexplicably, Curtis Armstrong (the guy who played 'Booger' in "Revenge of the Nerds"). However, instead of focusing on the life of P.G. Wodehouse, it focuses on the characters--in particular on the types of people Jeeves and Wooster each were in the stories. They compare these characters from the books with those of the two Fox movies. What I particularly liked about this extra is that it explained why the heck Wooster was NOT in the second film--something that is pretty odd about the second movie--that's for sure! Overall, while not 100% necessary viewing, I am sure glad I saw this. It was interesting and illuminating at the same time.
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