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Ustinov was a true renaissance man, writing plays, screenplays and books and giving marvelous screen performances from the '40s to the '90s. These sketches based around a fictional car race shows off his brilliant mastery of dialects (and sound effects!) as you hear Drivers' Meeting; Le Mans Start; Governor's Speech. Sir Peter Ustinov's spoof grand prix commentary finally makes it to CD, having been available on cassette since Recorded for Riverside Records, Ustinov does all the voices and engine noises of this imaginary event set in Gibraltar, with some gloriously politically incorrect national stereotypes that wouldn't seem. The Grand Prix Of Gibraltar by Peter Ustinov on Riverside.
29 Sep As Peter Ustinov recounts the fictitious Grand Prix of Gibraltar, his cadence and tone could easily convince any half-listeners that he was reporting on some vintage racing spectacle that really did include “the little liter Valhalla” as well as a shady Russian cameraman who cannot confirm nor deny any. The Grand Prix of Gibraltar. By Peter Ustinov. • 8 songs. Play on Spotify. 1. Prologue. 2. Interviews. 3. Drivers' Meeting. 4. Governer's Speech. 5. Le Mans Start. 6. The Arrival of the Duke. 7. The Race. 8. Epilogue. 7 Apr Diabetes affected Sir Peter's mobility and sight, but the warm welcome, and the realisation that we had mutual motoring friends, confirmed that he appreciated an opportunity to talk cars. The sound effects and accents that punctuated his anecdotes were typical of the man whose Grand Prix of Gibraltar was.