Revenge of the Pink Panther
Revenge of the Pink Panther ★★½ 1978 (PG)
Inspector Clouseau survives his own assassination attempt, but allows the world to think he is dead in order to pursue an investigation of the culprits in his own unique, bumbling way. The last “Pink Panther” film before Sellers died, and perhaps the least funny. 99m/C VHS, DVD . Peter Sellers, Herbert Lom, Dyan Cannon, Robert Webber, Burt Kwouk, Robert Loggia; D: Blake Edwards; W: Frank Waldman, Blake Edwards, Ron Clark; C: Ernest Day; M: Henry Mancini.
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