Through his own fault, the Inspector is stranded on Deserted Island with the large Mack Le Truck who is trying to kill him
Spider Pierre (who has four arms and a spider-web gun) picks pockets, especially those of the Inspector
The Inspector is given Private Bowser, a very energetic dog in his efforts to track down a thief.
The Inspector handcuffs himself to Toulouse Le Moose and throws away the key so he cannot escape him.
The Inspector is sent to find a scientist who is making monsters without a licence.
The Inspector is continually outwitted by a crow that steals jewels.
The Inspector is sent after biker Pig Al and his biker gang.
Sent to Canada on an exchange programme, the Inspector is sent after Two-Faced Harry, who has a good face on his front and an evil face on his back.
The Inspector is after the notorious smuggler Captain Clamity (a clam with legs) but spends most of his time in sinking boats.
Inspector Clouseau (Peter Sellers) with hotel managers, then the Phantom himself, Sir Charles (David Niven), with Princess Dahla (Claudia Cardinale) owner of the famed jewel, in Blake Edwards' The Pink Panther, 1964.
Suave Inspector Clouseau (Peter Sellers) attempting to accommodate his finicky wife Simone (Capucine), who schemes behind his back, a famous scene from Blake Edwards' The Pink Panther, 1964.
Capucine, her character not introduced, flees a crime scene, followed by the first appearance of Peter Sellers, as Inspector Clouseau, director Blake Edwards framing the story in the first film in the series, The Pink Panther, 1964.
Inspector Clouseau (Peter Sellers) tries to stop a notorious jewel thief from nabbing a princess's diamond in The Pink Panther (1964), directed by Blake Edwards.
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