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Watch: Revisit Peter Sellers in ‘Pink Panther’ Sequel ‘A Shot in the Dark’

Watch: Revisit Peter Sellers in 'Pink Panther' Sequel 'A Shot in the Dark'

This sequel to 1963’s "The Pink Panther" is a smaller-scaled affair and all the better for it as director Blake Edwards is able to focus his attention on that great Parisian bumbler, the cosmically inept Inspector Jacques Clouseau – played to slapstick perfection by Peter Sellers. Based on a stage play (that did not include the Clouseau character), the 1964 hit introduced two long running players to the series, Burt Kwouk as Cato, Clouseau’s over-eager Man Friday and, memorably, Herbert Lom as the long suffering Commissioner Dreyfus.

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