“More plausible now than it was in the late seventies,” reckons the Radio Times, barometer of international technological advancement. Gregory Peck, Sir Larry, James Mason, Denholm Elliott, Prunella Scales, Michael ‘Brideshead’ Gough, Linda ‘Shillingbury Tales’ Hayden and, yes, Steve Guttenberg feature. Now, here’s a thing. In Martin Scorcese’s Casino, when the FBI burst in on Artie Spiletto and blow the whole caper, the banquet scene from this movie is playing rather noticeably in the foreground on a telly. What do we suppose that is supposed to symbolise, then?