Everybody in MIME talks about the Greatest Mime Ever, Marcel Marceau.
In 1970, Marcel Marceau and Chester Fox made this film called “FIRST CLASS”. In it Marceau mimes 17 roles. Chester Fox died, leaving the only print to me. Upon his death, Marceau’s whole estate was sold off to pay debts, even though Marceau was a French War hero. Nowhere is his holdings was listed this film. What is in this film is often spoken about, but it is not available to be seen in its original form or almost any form for that matter. There is an absolutely brilliant score by Charles Fox, all done on Moog Synthesizer. I was the Film Mixer of this film in 1970. This film should be preserved and disseminated for Marceau, His Mime, His History, and the Score. Please do not let this film just degrade in the can. It will only be sold to someone who will preserve and protect it.