Excessive, surrealistic vision of the decadence of ancient Rome as an allegory to the 1960's. Strictly for the adventurous viewer!
When the fumbling French detective goes missing while investigating the theft of The Pink Panther, a French TV newswoman interviews friends and foes of the missing Inspector Clouseau.
Fanciful scene wherein Franz Liszt (Dirk Bogarde), with his annoyed mistress Countess Marie (Genevieve Page), at his hide-away near Chamonix receives friends George Sand (Patricia Morison), Chopin (Alex Davion) and manager Potin (Lou Jacobi) all at once, early in Song Without End, 1960.
Curse of the Pink Panther -- Inspector Clouseau is missing and the Pink Panther (David Niven) is hot on his trail in this wildly funny laugh-fest that offers plenty of slapstick humor and a myriad of stars including Joanna Lumley, Herbert Lom and Robert Wagner.
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Interpol's Chief Inspector Dreyfus couldn't be happier-- bumbling Inspector Jacques Clouseau seems to have vanished. Dreyfus has a brilliant idea...he will program Interpol's computer to select the world's worst detective to aid in the search.
Interpol's Chief Inspector Dreyfus (Herbert Lom) couldn't be happier-- his nemesis, bumbling Inspector Jacques Clouseau, seems to have vanished. Dreyfus has a brilliant idea...he will program Interpol's computer (named Aldous) to select the world's worst detective (other than Clouseau, of course) to aid in the search. The computer comes up with a klutzy New York City police detective named Clifton Sleigh (Ted Wass), who soon lives up to his reputation for incompetence. With Sleigh on the case (wearing Harold Lloyd-type glasses), Dreyfus begins to hope that Clouseau will remain lost forever! Meanwhile, the fabulous Pink Panther diamond has been stolen again...and Dreyfus realizes that Sleigh is just as ghastly to have around as the missing Inspector Clouseau!... The seventh PINK PANTHER film.
Inspector Clouseau is missing and the Pink Panther (David Niven) is hot on his trail in this wildly funny laugh-fest that offers plenty of slapstick humor and a myriad of stars including Joanna Lumley, Herbert Lom and Robert Wagner.
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