Teller Kelly (Lee Remick) takes a call from master criminal Red (Ross Martin), her threatened sister Tobi(Stefanie Powers) frolics at the pool and FBI-man Ripley (Glenn Ford) frets, in Blake Edwards' Experiment In Terror, 1962.
Opening sequence from Blake Edwards' The Party, 1968, in which imported Indian actor Hrundi V. Bakshi (Peter Sellers) fouls up the shooting of the fictional Son of Gunga Din.
Following the credits, bank teller Kelly (Lee Remick) gets mugged in her garage by sneaky Red Lynch (Ross Martin) in Blake Edwards' Experiment In Terror, 1962.
There's help from a drunken waiter (Steve Franken) but mostly it's Hrundi V. Bakshi (Peter Sellers), the accidentally-invited Indian actor, who makes big trouble with a roast chicken in Blake Edwards' The Party, 1968.
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