On location for the shooting of the spoof James Bond film 'Casino Royale' at Killeen Castle, Co. Meath.

Casino Royale Director John Huston talks to reporter Cathal O'Shannon about being one of the five directors of the film and playing the role of 'M'.

The slogan on the poster for 'Casino Royale' was

Too much for one James Bond.

The film had a number of actors play Bond including David Niven, Woody Allen, and Peter Sellers, and also had six directors. John Huston directed scenes shot in Ireland at Killeen Castle.

Huston describes what "Sir James Bond", the character in Casino Royale, thinks of the OO7 James Bond.

He thinks that James Bond OO7 is a vulgarian, a wretched, pretentious, young man who leaves who leaves a trail of dead women like blown roses behind him.

This 'Newsbeat' report was broadcast on 27 May 1966. The reporter is Cathal O'Shannon.
'Casino Royale' was released in 1967.