This is definitely a classic from a bygone age. Ronald Colman (as Beauregard Bottomley)stars as a loveable know-it-all who challenges a major soap manufacturing corporation (headed by Burnbridge Waters, played splendidly by Vincent Price - prior to his horror genre days) in a battle of wits for the "million dollar trivia prize". Waters, ever desperate to save his company & pride from ruin, resorts to some dirty tricks - most evident in the form of Flame O'Neill (Celeste Holm, at her best)- to sidetrack Bottomley from his never-ending quest for knowledge. In the meantime, Bottomley's long-suffering sister, Gwen (played by Barbara Britton) steps into one of Water's trap and falls in love with the emcee of the quiz. It's all a good laugh, and of course, they all live happily ever after. That is including, Caesar, of the title, a world-wise parrot with a taste for the best - champagne.