Two Peter Sellers films, thought to have been lost, are to be shown in public for the first time in more than 50 years.
The actor made the short films 'Dearth of a Salesman' and 'Insomnia is Good For You' in 1957.
They'll be shown as part of the Southend Film Festival in May after the rare tapes were found in a skip.
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